Do you want to listen to a 2-hour DJ mix by Thom Yorke and Nigel Goodrich (of Radiohead and Atoms for Peace)? Of course you do. [more inside]
[auto playing music], the debut album from "supergroup" Atoms for Peace (Thom Yorke and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich (who did an AMA earlier today
), with Flea, Joey Waronker, and Mauro Refosco), is streaming in its entirety
ahead of its official release next week.
Kieran Hebden recently released a 38 minute long collection of unreleased songs he recorded as Four Tet, between 1997 and 2001, called 0181, to stream or download from Soundcloud
. If you like what you hear, in 2011 Hebden "leaked" his first Four Tet EP
, which you can stream from Self-titled Magazine's website
. If you want to hear and know more of Hebden, venture below the break. [more inside]
become this era's Free Bird
to be played by every band at the end
of every concert and covered by everybody?
- Radiohead's OK Computer
covered by 12 modern artists. Free download.
The Eraser, Thom Yorke's solo album
is being played in it's entirety on Australian radio station JJJ
this sunday, July 2nd, at 6PM (AEST). Triple J generally have podcasts available (other good shows to listen to include Sunday Night Safran
), and The Eraser
has also been mentioned here.
Thom Yorke's solo project "The Eraser." Listen to three tracks
, hear from
Stanley Donwood on the artwork
, read the Rolling Stone interview
, check out the early reviews
Radiohead to appear on South Park!
Insert unfunny South Park quote here. Suggestions: "Looks like Thom Yorke got sand in his vagina." "Why hello, children. Allow me to sing you a chilling apolcalyptic ballad about the future when we'll all be robots." However, anyone who mentions "Oh my god, they killed Thom Yorke!" will be kicked in the balls. I'm serious. None of that.