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  • Category: Announcements

    Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien To Release Debut Solo Album

    In a recent interview with Esquire, Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien confirmed that he has plans to release his debut solo album, slated for release in the tail end of 2018 or early 2019. In the interview, O’Brien stated that he hopes that the upcoming album will be finished by next summer, noting that he had just wrapped up a three-week […]

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  • Category: Features

    Who Should Make It Into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class Of 2018

    We’re about a month away from learning which five of the current nineteen nominees will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame next year. Unfortunately, with only five acts up for induction each year, there is bound to be a number of those “on the cusp” acts that should be in the Hall but […]

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  • Category: Audio

    Celebrate Neil Young’s 72nd Birthday With The Fateful Tale Behind His ’72 Classic, “Harvest”

    Today, Neil Young celebrates his 72nd birthday, and after a decorated 50+ year-long career as a musician, singer-songwriter, producer, director, screenwriter, humanitarian, entrepreneur, he’s still going strong: Though he kept the live performances at a minimum in 2017 due to apparent health issues, he did give a memorable performance at Farm Aid and was officially inducted into the […]

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  • Category: News

    Fox News Just Called Radiohead “The Poor Man’s Coldplay”

    Earlier this month, Fox News‘ Greg Gutfeld Show hosted comedian Kat Timpf to discuss this year’s nominations for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Timpf—in addition to oversharing that the men she chooses to date are “strange, malnourished, and sad”—had some pretty strong thoughts on the pioneering English alt-rock group Radiohead, stating that the band sounds like “elaborate […]

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  • Category: Features

    Celebrate Thom Yorke’s Birthday With Massive Festival Perfromances Past And Present [Full Show Videos]

    Today, singer, multi-instrumentalist, and tortured Radiohead visionary Thom Yorke turns 49 years old. This week, Radiohead was honored with a nomination for induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2018—a particularly grand gesture considering this is the first year the group is eligible for entry. Earlier in the year, Radiohead released OKNOTOK, the 20th-anniversary reissue […]

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  • Category: News

    Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Announces 2018 Induction Nominees

    Today, the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame announced the nominations for induction in 2018. In order to be eligible for nomination, each of the nineteen acts had to have released their first commercial recording at least twenty-five years before the year of induction, meaning that all of the nominees this year made their commercial debut by […]

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  • Category: News

    Thom Yorke Announces Rare Solo Shows And “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes” Re-Release

    Following his previously scheduled solo performance at Day For Night festival in Houston, Thom Yorke has announced a pair of rare solo shows in California. On December 12 at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles and on December 14 at the Fox Theater in Oakland, Thom Yorke will team up with longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich and […]

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  • Category: News

    Radiohead & Hans Zimmer Release “Blue Planet II” Collaboration

    Radiohead and legendary film composer Hans Zimmer have teamed up to score the soundtrack for the BBC’s natural history series Blue Planet II. The collaboration, which they call “(ocean) bloom,” is a reinvention of Radiohead’s 2011 King Of Limbs “Bloom.” Today, the track reveals itself in a five-minute prequel to the Blue Planet II series. The track, […]

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  • Category: News

    Radiohead & Hans Zimmer Announce “Blue Planet II” Collaboration

    Radiohead and legendary film composer Hans Zimmer have teamed up to score the soundtrack for the BBC’s natural history series Blue Planet II. The new song, called “(ocean) bloom” is a reinvention of Radiohead’s 2011 King Of Limbs “Bloom,” and will be featured in a five-minute prequel to be released on September 27. The track, featuring new […]

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  • Category: News

    Radiohead Shares New Music Video For “Lift” From “OKNOTOK”

    Radiohead recently released OKNOTOK, a 20th anniversary reissue of their 1997 OK Computer. The release included “Lift,” a track originally recorded in the OK Computer era but never made its way on an album until now. Today, the band has released an official music video for the track that features frontman Thom Yorke in an […]

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