Topic: Thom Yorke

Did Radiohead Peak In High School? Listen To Two Previously Unreleased Tracks And Be The Judge

Did Radiohead Peak In High School? Listen To Two Previously Unreleased Tracks And Be The Judge

I know I’m in the very tiny minority here, but I just don’t love Radiohead. I find them kind of soggy and toothless and boring — them cats just ain’t my thing. I understand I’m wrong though, that the band is Jesus and can do no wrong, so therefore I am the devil and have been sent here to destroy your happiness or at least get into a mutually-indignant and ultimately futile argument with you at a birthday party. That being said, I think these two unreleased tracks from the band’s high school era days are rather impressive, especially from a group of teenagers. More »

Rumor Has It Radiohead Will Play At The Occupy Wall Street Protest In NYC Today

Rumor Has It Radiohead Will Play At The Occupy Wall Street Protest In NYC Today

There’s this protest going on in New York City’s Financial District called Occupy Wall Street. Ask anyone in the city, and you’ll hear different explanations for what people are actually protesting: banks, a culture of greed, corporations. They’ve been at it for nearly two weeks, and have inspired copycat protests in San Francisco and Washington, D.C. But there’s one thing that the original group has that the others don’t: Rumor has it that Radiohead will play a surprise concert downtown today at 4 p.m. More »

Video: Thom Yorke Is ‘The King Of Limbs’

Video: Thom Yorke Is 'The King Of Limbs'

In case you haven’t heard, Radiohead has a new album out today. It’s called The King of Limbs. And as if to demonstrate the literalness of the album, the first video out features lead singer Thom Yorke vigorously dancing around in a bowler hate.

We’re almost with Ultragrrl, who says that this video is what you would get if you mixed the aesthetics of Black Swan with A Clockwork Orange. But it seems more likely that Thom Yorke is the King of Limbs and we must all bow our appendages to him now in homage. No? More »