A last ditch attempt to reverse the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Godrich is mixing the album the band have written together with producer Danger Mouse.
As Fashion Week takes hold of New York City once again this week, it’s not just fashionistas who are quivering in excitement, with Radiohead fans also on tender-hooks in anticipation of Thom Yorke‘s Rag & Bone soundtrack. Titled Villain, you can listen to the track below. An ethereal and ghostly soundscape and lasting 8 minutes,
Radiohead and Atoms For Peace frontman Thom Yorke has continued his condemnation of music streaming service Spotify, saying “this is like the last fart, the last desperate fart of a dying corpse. What happens next is the important part”. Speaking with Mexico’s Sopitas, Yorke posits that services like Spotify signal the “last gasp of the
Placebo frontman Brian Molko has spoken out about Spotify, saying the music streaming service isn’t about combating piracy but rather making money at the expense of others, backing previous sentiments expressed by Atoms For Peace members Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich. Molko told Music Week that he was happy to release singles to Spotify, which
Supergroup Atoms For Peace are about to embark on a massive world tour and they’re turning up the heat accordingly, with Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich revealing a previously unheard track, Honey Pot, during a DJ set on American radio station KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic show. As the track started, Yorke says to Godrich, “I’m
They say ignorance is bliss, and in the instance of Thom Yorke being unable to identify Bruno Mars, that maxim have never been more fitting. During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Yorke and with bandmate Nigel Godrich talked all things Atoms For Peace. Discussing the rise of Atoms For Peace, Godrich brought up the
Whether you’re currently a teenager or your adolescence is just a faded memory of humiliation and rejection, at one stage during those awkward years each of us surely encountered a situation where we thought, “What would Thom Yorke do?” Well, thanks to Rookie Mag’s series Ask A Grown Man, young ladies will no longer have
Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich hit the decks and delivered a few other cool surprises as part of their hastily-scheduled performance in London last night. The duo, one half of the new supergroup Atoms For Peace, collaborated for a performance, during which the pair DJ’d, and Yorke sang and played guitar on songs from the