Tag : radiohead

Should artists cancel their concerts to protest the policies of the Israeli government?

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“I am not a travel agent promoting tourism for each country I go to”, said Lana Del Rey in a recent riposte on Twitter, amid pressure to cancel her performance in Tel Aviv in protest against the actions of the Israeli government. Travel agent she may not be, but performing … Read More

Six songs performed live that will leave you emotionally broken

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There’s something special that happens sometimes when artists perform their songs live. Sometimes, just sometimes, artists are able to connect with a song in a greater emotional capacity than ever thought possible when listening to the songs in their recorded form. The songs become magnified by the enchantment and intensity … Read More

Radiohead to Headline Glastobury

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With their ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool released earlier this year and cries for them to return and headline Glastonbury, ever since they last did in 2003 – was Radiohead’s announcement as Glastonbury’s first headliner for the 2017 festival ever in doubt?  I don’t think so. London’s intimate 3,500 … Read More

In celebration of the creeps: 10 greatest Radiohead tracks

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Radiohead have come a long way since their debut single ‘Creep’. In fact, it’s 24 years this week since Thom Yorke and the gang burst into public consciousness, asking what the hell they were doing there. To celebrate the anniversary, we got our heads together to answer a question. What … Read More

In The Middle review Thom Yorke ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes’

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Thom Yorke’s latest is pretty hard to get at. Downloading the album takes a bit more effort than just pressing ‘buy’ on iTunes as it’s only available as a BitTorrent Bundle. Yorke has described this decision as an ‘experiment’, and it’s not the first he’s tried. Remember Radiohead’s ‘In Rainbows’ … Read More