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Sounds like: Radiohead, Brian Eno Song: Glue Moon - Stockholm Zone What's so good? Newcomers Glue Moon have little work to their name, but they’ve already made a solid impression on me with “Stockholm Zone,” a synth-licked piece of Radiohead-esque...Show More Summary
Every Sinkane album is a world unto itself. Mean Love is no different in that it is very different. A conglomeration of everything from Sade to Radiohead to Alvino Rey to Fela Kuti, it marks the latest evolution by one of music’s most fascinating figures. Bandleader Ahmed Gallab was born in Sudan, grew up in [...]
After Austin based dance act, Night Drive, surprised us with this fantastic reworking of Radiohead’s classic, ‘Where I End And You Begin,’ they’ve done it again with this unexpected video version. Created by the groups good friend, Robert MacCready of Production For Use, the video relies heavily on syncopated visuals and splashes of extreme color. […]
Talk about a cover! This cover/video Austin electro-pop duo Night Drive did for Radiohead's "Where I End and You Begin" is out of this world! So completely/unrecognizably different from the original which is how many of us prefer them. Show More Summary
The king of kawaii is back, and this time he put something special together. Not to say all of his other tracks haven’t been special, but Kappa Kavi really did […] Related posts: ?KAPPA KAVI? – Yama – no – Kami Pt. II Top 10 Artists: Netherlands Future Bass Edition Pascäal – Drowning In You (P A T H remix)
Chiptuner RGYDK has not just created 8-bit covers of a few tunes here and there, he’s replicated entire albums by Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Nirvana and even Jethro Tull. Sadly, the lawyers yanked down his Led Zeppelin album.
Tori Amos covered Radiohead’s “Creep” at a concert in New York City last week, and it was totally kickass. Who knew a ’90s hit could have such staying power? The song is 22 years old now, and Radiohead rarely performs it anymore. Luckily for us, plenty of awesome artists have shared their own moving interpretations, [...]
Tori Amos covered Radiohead’s “Creep” during a show at The Beacon Theater in New York on Wednesday night. The Grammy-nominated singer, who released her fourteenth album Unrepentant Geraldines earlier this year, is no stranger to the band: She previously covered “Karma Police” back in 2005. Watch Amos sing the Radiohead classic below. Unrepentant Geraldines is [...]
Sounds like: Radiohead, Animal Collective, Adult Jazz Song: Cloud Castle Lake - Sync What's so good? Do you know what one of my favorite things in the world is? Hearing awesome new bands that are obviously huge fans of Radiohead, like myself. Show More Summary
Radiohead’s “Creep” has inspired many varied renditions, from the Pretenders to Macy Gray, Damien Rice to the cast of Glee. Tori Amos is the latest big-name artist to take it on, performing it as a haunting, piano-driven ballad during a show in New York City earlier this week. Amos gets into it, building up to a pained, emotionally wrought climax. Show More Summary
Well, someone's got to play the song live...
In a move that should surprise no one working in music journalism, college radio, or record retail, or who has ever seen a bad local band, Radiohead has been named the most influential act in music today. The obvious decision came via...Show More Summary
Everyone’s favorite cover band (with a twist!) Postmodern Jukebox continues to nail genre-bending interpretations of popular songs with their latest. Featuring jazz singer Karen Marie, Radiohead’s “Creep” is reimagined as a vintage soul song. Decidedly more hopeful sounding, no?
Pop songer re-interpreters Post Modern Jukebox and Illinois jazz singer Karen Marie have reimagined Radiohead’s debut single “Creep” as a classic soul number. The song is the latest in a long line of non-traditional covers from the group, including a Klezmer version of “Talk Dirty” and an Irish waltz take on “Get Lucky.”
The Radiohead song.
Postmodern Jukebox continues to churn out a wide array of popular songs reimagined in unexpected genres. We’ve heard their slow-jam take on the Duck Tales theme song, their 1940s jazz version of Britney Spears’ “Womanizer,” and their...Show More Summary
Compiling songs from Radiohead, The White Stripes, Adele, M.I.A., and more.
Cloud Castle Lake’s “Sync” begins on that ethereal plane inhabited by the likes of Radiohead and Sigur Rós, with celestial falsetto arching against shapeless moody tones. In time, the song expands into something far more visceral and celebratory (which, to be fair, is a sound both Radiohead and Sigur Rós have pulled off too) — [...]
Radiohead frontman surprises UK festival with 2am set.