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Radiohead Update 'PolyFauna' App With New Music

September 1, 2014

As Radiohead prepare to enter the studio in September to begin work on the follow-up to 2011's The King of Limbs, the band released a surprise update to their "exploratory audio-visual" PolyFauna app on September 1. Whereas the first version...

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Watch Tori Amos Cover Radiohead's Classic 'Creep'

August 15, 2014

Tori Amos' theatrical voice and brooding piano form a perfect vehicle for "Creep," Radiohead's break-out alt-rock anthem. The singer-songwriter performed a slow, sensual version of the track during the "Lizard Lounge" section of her Thursday night...

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Adele, White Stripes Celebrated by New XL Comp

August 5, 2014

The label that fueled raves with "hardcore" dance music in the Nineties and has served as home to artists like the xx, Vampire Weekend, Basement Jaxx and Thom Yorke in the 21st century is celebrating its silver anniversary with a compilation of some of...

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Radiohead's Philip Selway Weird, New Video

July 31, 2014

Radiohead drummer Philip Selway will release his second solo album, Weatherhouse  on October 7th via Bella Union, and now he's shared the enchanting, haunting clip for album cut "Coming Up for Air." Philip Selway and Other Drummers Who Have...

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Jonny Greenwood to Perform 'There Will Be Blood' Live in New York

May 6, 2014

One month after Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood plays his sinewy score for There Will Be Blood for the first time ever, in London, he will perform the soundtrack live in New York City. Teaming with Wordless Music Orchestra, a New York band comprised...

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Radiohead and Pink Floyd Members Petition to Keep Guitars in Prisons

April 29, 2014

A number of artists including Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and Radiohead's Ed O'Brien and Philip Selway have signed an open letter, published by The Guardian, to keep musical instruments available to U.K. prisoners. Where...

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The Jerky Boys Make First New Prank Calls in Two Decades

February 25, 2014

During the Nineties, New York City's prank-calling maestros the Jerky Boys rose to fame on the strength of their brash, quick-witted calls, which were collected on a series of highly influential, million-selling albums. Then the calls petered out. But...

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Inside Radiohead's Trippy New PolyFauna App

February 11, 2014

After decades of building their own musical and visual realities, Radiohead have created a window into their virtual world. With the group's newly released PolyFauna app, fans can move around their iOS and Android phones and tablets to reveal different...

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Radiohead and the National Guitarists Plan Split LP

January 17, 2014

When they aren't earning universal acclaim with their high-profile bands, Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood and the National's Bryce Dessner are both active within the realm of classical music. On March 3rd, the duo will release a split LP of orchestral compositions,...

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Jonny Greenwood Details His 'Year Off' From Radiohead

June 13, 2014

As Radiohead fans long for a follow-up to 2011's The King of Limbs, the band has been enjoying a hard-earned rest. But multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood, at least, has stayed busy. In a new piece written for The Guardian, Greenwood details the...

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Scary Monsters and Super-Creeps: The Best of Radiohead

May 5, 2014

Few bands have altered their musical DNA as frequently or radically as Radiohead, who in the past 20 years have gone from glum guitar-rockers to moody electro-experimentalists to twisted-pop savants. Here's a collection of atmospheric anthems guaranteed...

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Jonny Greenwood to Perform 'There Will Be Blood' Score

April 29, 2014

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood will perform his score for the 2007 oil-baron beat-down flick There Will Be Blood for the first time this summer at a screening of the movie in London. The London Contemporary Orchestra, conducted by Hugh Brunt,...

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Chef Designs Meal Inspired by Radiohead's 'Kid A'

February 16, 2014

A chef in Detroit is taking artistic inspiration from a Radiohead album and translating it into his own medium. As the Huffington Post reports, the Detroit Golf Club's Kyle Hanley has created a 10-course tasting menu where each course is designed to be...

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Jonny Greenwood Scoring P.T. Anderson’s New Film

February 6, 2014

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood is becoming an essential component to any Paul Thomas Anderson film. After scoring the director's last two movies — There Will Be Blood and The Master — Greenwood has signed on to compose...

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Arcade Fire's Life Advice

January 2, 2014

Arcade Fire scored some pretty solid advice from Neil Young after a Thanksgiving feast while the band were still working on their stellar 2013 album, Reflektor. "It was the end of the night and we were leaving," frontman Win Butler tells Rainn Wilson...

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Atoms for Peace Stream Surprise ACL Gig

October 15, 2013

Atoms for Peace closed out the first week of the Austin City Limits Festival with a booming set in the city's Zilker Park, but for a moment it looked like they wouldn't get the chance to do it a second time. This past Sunday, ACL organizers canceled the...

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Paul McCartney Keen to Work With Thom Yorke

October 4, 2013

Even legends like Paul McCartney fear rejection. The former Beatle recently said that he'd be interested in a collaboration with Thom Yorke, but is apprehensive to reach out, NME reports.  Where Does Paul McCartney Rank on Our List of 100 Greatest...

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Atoms for Peace Debut 'Very Eyes' Clip

October 18, 2013

Atoms for Peace have hidden a video for their song "Before Your Very Eyes . . ." on their website. Frontman Thom Yorke tweeted a hint to the video's location yesterday afternoon following the group's appearance this week at the Hollywood...

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Amnesty International Releasing Human Rights Concerts

October 7, 2013

On November 5th, Amnesty International will release ¡Released!, a special six-disc DVD and two-disc CD box set featuring four shows from their historic Human Rights Concerts series that spanned from 1986-1998. Amnesty International Unveils...

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