Dexter, as usual, kills it.
We have a date, but let’s hope it’s earlier than expected.
Thom Yorke called for its return, and here it is.
The Radiohead frontman has just a few small requests.
The duo also talk climate change with Canadian author, Naomi Klein.
An incident involving an “over-enthusiastic translator” has mistakenly led some Radiohead fans to believe the follow-up to the band’s 2011 album The King Of Limbs in now complete. While the group’s new record isn’t quite done and dusted just yet, they say they’re already thinking about touring in 2016. The whole translation incident kicked off
Thom Yorke, Patti Smith, Flea, Dhani Harrison and others will band together to support urgent action on climate change at the Pathway to Paris concert this December, coinciding with the UN climate talks to be held in the same city. Pathway to Paris describe themselves as “a collection of artists, activists, academics, musicians, politicians, innovators
We all know Thom Yorke as the eloquent, furrowed-browed frontman of biggest-band-in-the-world Radiohead, but little has been seen or known of his projects pre-Radiohead. On the cusp of his 20s, Yorke was part of a melodic punk band called Headless Chickens, who saw some success in the Exeter punk scene in 1980s England. A video
Radiohead and Atoms For Peace frontman Thom Yorke, a noted opponent of music streaming sites, is now streaming his discography on Apple Music. Yorke famously dubbed such streaming services “the last desperate fart of a dying corpse”, in a colourful rant describing their relationship to the music industry. But, as Stereogum now reports, Yorke’s catalogue,
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke is at risk of becoming a meme again, after his photo was spotted on a relationship advice book in Iran and a health poster in Russia. Radiohead fans the world over are confused and amused, while Yorke is yet to publicly comment on the images. Earlier this month, a Twitter user
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has uploaded a brand new song, its title, You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Angry, taken from a catch phrase popularised by The Incredible Hulk. The track was of course offered up by Yorke as a pay-what-you-want download. Formatted as Youwouldn’tlikemewhenI’mangry, the track was launched on Boxing Day as the Radiohead
The mystery of Thom Yorke‘s recent cryptic tweets seems to have been solved with the Radiohead frontman announcing the surprise release of his new solo album Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, via file-sharing site BitTorrent. The album features 8 tracks and a music video and can be downloaded as a BitTorrent bundle or on 180 gram white
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has set the internet into investigation mode once again, posting a photo of an unknown white vinyl, spinning away on a Goldring Lenco GL75 turntable, on his Tumblr page early this morning (AEST). There’s no caption attached to the image, and the post is headed ‘Untitled’, leading to speculation as to
Influential British band Radiohead may have just blessed their ever-loyal fanbase with a preview of their highly-anticipated ninth studio album, via an update to their PolyFauna mobile app. Launched in February 2014, the experimental virtual reality app initially featured music from the band’s 2011 album The King Of Limbs. It now features new and unreleased
Prestigious US music festival Austin City Limits has closed a day early this year after the second weekend of the event was pelted with what Thom Yorke called a “storm to end all storms”. Many high-profile acts were unable to perform, with some taking to Twitter to vent their frustration. A bit of rain never
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
Sir Paul McCartney has revealed that he’d be up for a collaboration with Thom Yorke of Radiohead, but the Beatles legend is worried that Yorke might be too busy, or just simply uninterested in the idea of making music with someone from the most famous band of all time. Speaking with NME, McCartney said that
The ever-political Thom Yorke has added his two cents to the anti-Abbott discourses seen during this somewhat painful election campaign. The Radiohead and Atoms For Peace frontman recently tweeted out a link to his almost 450,000 followers, which leads to an essay by journalist George Monbiot, appropriately titled Abbottalypse Now. The essay was originally published
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