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Drake's New Album Is Number One For An Eighth Consecutive Week

The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beyoncé, 'Hamilton' and Radiohead round out the top five.

Thom Yorke And Nigel Godrich Want Another Brexit Vote

The Radiohead Singer And Producer Shared A Petition For A Second Referendum.

‘The Lobster’ Director Yorgos Lanthimos and ‘Holy Motors’ Star Denis Lavant Made an Invisible Sandwich for Radiohead

Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster‘s wan love-dystopia could easily be put on silent and played alongside Radiohead’s A Moon Shaped Pool, and everything would seem in its right place. And it turns out that now the director’s mercilessly melancholy...Show More Summary

Newswire: Radiohead teams up with The Lobster director for a very short film

Radiohead and arthouse filmmakers go together like chocolate and peanut butter—or pretension and art school, depending on how you look at it. Paul Thomas Anderson directed a video for the single “Daydreaming” earlier this year, and now...Show More Summary

Watch Radiohead’s New “Identikit” Short Film

Radiohead have just released a new artist-created video vignette inspired by new album A Moon Shaped Pool. It's the sixth video in the series. Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth, The Lobster), it is set to “Identikit.” (This is the...Show More Summary

The World’s Craziest Music Festival

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Radiohead headlined Icelands Secret Solstice festival. But with glacier parties, volcano concerts, and more, it heralded a new kind of festival: one where the music doesnt matter.

Oral History: The oral history of Radiohead’s GooglyMinotaur and its snarky peer, SmarterChild

When Radiohead released Amnesiac on June 5, 2001, the album arrived with a mysterious online companion: GooglyMinotaur. The Where The Wild Things Are-like character was a goofier take on Stanley Donwood’s figure on Amnesiac’s cover, and he was friendly. Show More Summary

Radiohead encourage use of phones at concerts, ask fans to Periscope performance

Unlike several other artists, Thom Yorke and co. are embracing the use of social media during their concerts.

Radiohead Help Fans Periscope Their Show

Last weekend, Radiohead performed at Iceland's Secret Solstice festival. Beforehand, they handed out wifi codes to attending fans, and asked them to Periscope from the show. The codes were obtained by direct messaging a Twitter account, @doorisnowclosed, and advertised on the band's W.A.S.T.E. Show More Summary

30 Best Songs of 2016 So Far

The year is nearly half over, so here's a quick recap back at 2016's best songs, from Rihanna to Radiohead, Paul Simon to "Panda."

Radiohead, Eating in the Nude and a Very Brief Encounter with Sofia Coppola

Kempt Staff Today’s must-reads from around the Internet. Pulling Rank: Rolling Stone surveys Radiohead’s full discography, ranking their new LP among their finest work. Clothes Case: Eater experiences the London pop-up restaurant wherein...Show More Summary

Radiohead's "Creep" vs. The Hollies' "The Air That I Breathe"

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

All the news about the "Stairway to Heaven" lawsuit reminded me of this lovely arrangement of another creative dispute: Radiohead's "Creep" vs. The Hollies' "The Air That I Breathe." (more…)

Radiohead: A Complete Album Guide

In May, Radiohead returned in a big way, releasing a brilliant new LP, A Moon Shaped Pool, that ranks with their finest work. Here we survey the full album discography of contemporary rock's most innovative band. Must-Haves OK Computer (1997)A reputation-securing masterwork. Jonny Greenwood's guitar wizardry made for sweeping space-rock epics, while Thom...

45 Best Albums of 2016 So Far

The year of the "surprise release" has given us monster showings from Beyoncé, Radiohead, Drake, Rihanna, Kanye West and Chance the Rapper. But traditional release schedules have brought a wealth of music from hard-rhyming hip-hoppers, buzzy indie-punks, up-and-coming country songwriters, veteran Hall of Famers and more. Here's the best from New...

Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien Talks ABBA, Prince, and More with Dave Okumu of the Invisible: Listen

London label Ninja Tune hosts a regular podcast, during which artists on their roster are interviewed. The latest episode features an hourlong interview between Radiohead member Ed O’Brien and Dave Okumu, whose band the Invisible released their new album Patience earlier this month. Show More Summary

Istanbul Police Fire Tear Gas And Water Gallons At Radiohead Protest

Protestors Gathered In Response To An Attack At An Istanbul Record Store The Day Before.

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