Wednesday, January 16, 2013 2:42PM - By Laura Aguirre
Thom Yorke is on the cover of next month’s issue of Dazed & Confused, and to launch it he created an exclusive mix that includes, listen to this, unreleased Radiohead and Atoms For Peace material. Yorke went into the studio with Nigel Godrich and came out with 25 minutes of golden mixes.
Friday, November 30, 2012 5:00PM - By Laura Aguirre
Radiohead fans are awesome (I know because I’m one of them). Anyway, some fans gathered to create a video of the band’s New York concert, which took place a few years ago (maybe you remember). You can see the full concert below. Also, Metallica cut ties with Warner Brothers and announced their own new record label. And, Forbes named Dr. Dre the top earning musician of the year. All that and more below.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012 12:39PM - By Travis Woods
While Jonny Greenwood’s day job toils and tours away with rumors of a new album on the horizon (he plays guitar in some British band called Radiohead, right?), he’s also been moonlighting the past several years as a composer of musical scores for films, most notably the disturbing, eclectic score he wrote for Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood in 2007. Now, Anderson is back with a new film (the ‘we totally swear this isn’t about Scientology [but it’s kinda about Scientology]’ flick The Master), and, once again, Greenwood has composed the soundtrack.
Thursday, July 5, 2012 12:17PM - By Travis Woods
Well, here’s something for fans of modern rock to go ga-ga about: some kind of ambiguous collaboration is in the air between Radiohead and former White Stripes frontman Jack White. The collaboration was first hinted at Bonnaroo, and was then confirmed by White himself. But don’t expect to be hearing White wail away on a Radiohead track anytime soon.
Friday, June 29, 2012 11:49AM - By Laura Aguirre
This week, The Flaming Lips broke a Guinness World Record that previously belonged to rapper Jay-Z. Mumford & Sons announced the details to their upcoming U.S. Tour. Also, Radiohead finally finished rescheduling their European tour dates. Catch up on this week’s news below.
Friday, June 22, 2012 1:00PM - By Laura Aguirre
This week, Radiohead lost a crew member during a horrible stage collapse in Toronto. Sadly, the incident has caused the band to postpone some of its upcoming shows. Katy Perry announced that she would be following in the steps of Madonna by launching her own record label. And Noel Gallagher‘s High Flying Birds debuted a music video. Catch up on this week’s news below.
Monday, June 18, 2012 2:29PM - By Travis Woods
A stage at Downsview Park in Toronto collapsed on Sunday afternoon just a few hours before Radiohead were set to play before a sold-out crowd on the very same stage. The band was not on the stage at the time of the collapse, but three others were injured and, unfortunately, one man was killed.
Monday, March 12, 2012 9:50AM - By Travis Woods
In addition to protesting and insisting that God hates homosexuals, the Jewish community, Islam, President Obama, the Catholic church, America, Kevin Smith, the American military, and, of course, Sweden, the controversial Westboro Baptist Church (famous for protesting funerals of fallen American soldiers, among others), have now set their sights on real threat to holy goodness: cerebral British rock band Radiohead.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 5:22AM - By Laura Aguirre
Anything Radiohead does is worthy of attention, especially when they play new material during a live show. Last night, at their first 2012 world tour show in Miami, Radiohead debuted two songs. We’ve got the videos to prove it.