Tag Archives: Radiohead

Lana Del Rey says Radiohead is suing her; Graham Coxon & Owen Pallett respond

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Lana Del Rey says that Radiohead’s lawyers want 100% of the publishing for ”Get Free” due to its similarities to ”Creep.” Blur’s Graham Coxon adds, ”I always thought The Hollies wrote it.. hehe!!”

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David Byrne shares “One Year Later” mix ft. Jlin, Arcade Fire, Frank Ocean & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Artists on David’s new mix include Frank Ocean, St Vincent, Arcade Fire, Arca, Sylvan Esso, Perfume Genius, Lorde, Radiohead, alt-J, and more. “Something tells me some of this music relates to how these artists are feeling in the world these days. The tone can be hopeful, yearning and is often a source of solace.”

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 nominees: Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, Kate Bush, Judas Priest, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Talking about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame earlier this year, Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien said: “But if you ask me what I’d rather be doing that night, I’d rather be sitting at home in front of the fire or going to a gig.”

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Roger Waters criticizes Radiohead’s Israel show again in new interview

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Adding to the seemingly never-ending drama, Roger Waters, in a new interview with Russia Today, has accused Radiohead of supporting Israel’s government by playing that show in Tel Aviv a few weeks back…

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Phish covered Radiohead’s “Everything in its Right Place” at “lemony” MSG show (watch)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Phish’s 13-show “Baker’s Dozen” run at Madison Square Garden wraps up this weekend. Tonight’s donut/covers theme is “Boston Creme.”

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Radiohead played Israel, a very LONG & controversial show (video, setlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

“A lot of stuff was said about this but, in the end, we played some music,” Thom Yorke told the audience at Radiohead‘s concert in Tel-Aviv, Israel on Wednesday, right before launching into their final song of the night, “Karma Police.” Radiohead made waves deciding to play Israel,

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Michael Stipe “stands with” Radiohead playing Israel (Roger Waters still doesn’t)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The R.E.M. frontman says: “I stand with Radiohead and their decision to perform. Let’s hope a dialogue continues, helping to bring the occupation to an end and lead to a peaceful solution.”

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Radiohead relaunches radiohead.tv with Coachella performance

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Radiohead relaunches radiohead.tv with Coachella performance

Radiohead performing at Coachella | Image from video

Radiohead.tv is back in business, people. The iconic band recently resurrected the site so all Radiohead fans in the land shall have easy access to full set, live performances.

First up in the series re-installment is the band’s recent weekend two gig at Coachella. Sans first-week technical issues, Radiohead’s second performance spans a hefty two hours. Featuring an assortment of classics and fresher tracks, the setlist is bonkers.

See for yourself by jamming out to their Coachella performance below (attn: flower crowns not required for viewing.) Then, view the setlist below to guesstimate the times of your favorite ...

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Radiohead share video for ‘OK Computer’ outtake “Man of War,” filmed in Brooklyn

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This Friday (6/23), Radiohead will release OKNOTOK, the 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer with unreleased tracks from the era. After releasing the video for one of them (“I Promise”), they’ve now released a video for another…

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You Bred Raptors? Bring Their Cinematic, Instantly Recognizable, Individualistic Grooves to Drom Tomorrow Night

Source: New York Music Daily

If you pass through the station at Union Square at night, you’ve probably seen one of New York’s most distinctive, high-voltage bands. You Bred Raptors? typically hold fort over the N and R platforms there. Just the sight of Peat Rains, Bryan Wilson and Patrick Bradley wailing on eight-string bass, cello and drums, respectively, is enough to make pretty much anybody stop dead in their tracks. Then there’s the relentless barrage of riffs, and textures, and epic cinematic vistas that transcend any concept of a cello-metal band, let alone what those low-end instruments can typically do. Are these irrepressible ...

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