Letter signed by 120-plus musicians demands justice for Standing Rock Sioux.
Synthesizers, fiddles, and a player piano that can't get enough Radiohead. The post How Westworld's Music Became Equal Parts Groundhog Day and MTV appeared first on WIRED.
Jon Sudano has built a name for himself by creating a series of videos in which replaces the lyrics to popular songs with those from the Smash Mouth hit All-Star. We can’t decide if we like his RHCP, Foster the People or Radiohead best. He also knows some Nickelback.
Kate Nash has recruited over 120 musicians to sign an open letter she wrote to President Obama, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Department of Justice regarding recent law enforcement actions against the Dakota Access Pipeline protestors...Show More Summary
As the nation turns its eyes to North Dakota's Standing Rock Reservation, where there is an ongoing protest against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, more and more people have been asking President Obama to directly intervene. According to Rolling Stone, Kate Nash is but one of them. The ... More »
Coachella 2017 happens April 14-16 and April 21-23, and, while the lineup still hasn't been announced, a rumor is floating around on the headliners... Continue reading…
The internet is currently buzzing like mad over the rumor that the cataclysmic trio of Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead will be the headliners of the upcoming 2017 edition of Coachella. But, as promising as that sounds, it remains unconfirmed from the festival organizers. But what has been officially announced is next year’s lineup for […]
We are still a solid six months away from Coachella 2017, but it is never too early to start planning. Especially if the rumors currently circulating on next year’s festival headliners are true. According to a source from the festival, who spoke with Consequence of Sound, Coachella 2017 will feature the seriously stellar trio of Beyoncé, […]
Three of the music's most critically acclaimed acts will descend on Indio, California next April.
Charlatans main man to follow in the footsteps of Frank Turner and Radiohead's Colin Greenwood.
Radiohead, Foo Fighters, and Arcade Fire set to appear at Belgium music festival.
Last week’s episode of Westworld gave us not one but two Radiohead songs in Maeve scenes (“Fake Plastic Trees” and “Motion Picture Soundtrack”), and this week we got a sense of just how Maeve feels about having a soundtrack to her fake plastic life: She slams down the player piano ... More »
Despite spending the past several years composing the score to “Westworld,” Ramin Djawadi has never given much thought to what he’d do were he thrust into the HBO series’ titular location. Based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi film,...Show More Summary
Any lasting resistance maintained by Radiohead against Spotify's corporate tyranny is now kaput, as the band's final holdout tracks have made their way to the streaming service in recent days. The new additions are a couple of b-sides off The King of Limbs, "Supercollider" and "The Butcher." Their appearance on ... More »
Earlier this year, a great deal of Radiohead’s music vanished from streaming services. The move was part of a streamlining effort when the band’s back catalog was transferred from Parlophone to XL. Slowly, their songs started to reappear–some music appearing on the sites fore the first time. Show More Summary
Remaining holdouts "Supercollider", "The Butcher", "These Are My Twisted Words", and "Harry Patch" finally make their way onto streaming platform.
This week, Vulture is taking a look at great unproduced, unreleased, or unheralded entertainment. One drawback of following a band as prolific as Radiohead is that they’ll occasionally perform great songs, the kind you fall for after just a single listen, and then let pursuit of perfection stand in the ... More »
This week in New Music: Martha Wainwright shines on solo album number four, David Bowie (above) gets the reissue treatment on Legacy best of, Sleigh Bells branch out on album number four, REM release a demo version of “Shiny Happy People”… Read The post NEW MUSIC: Martha Wainwright, David Bowie, Sleigh Bells, REM, Westworld Does Radiohead appeared first on Towleroad.
"We've actually elected an internet troll as our president," Dave Chappelle said in a Saturday Night Live monologue that followed a somber performance of the late Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" by Kate McKinnon (as Hillary Clinton). And...Show More Summary