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6 Classic Albums That Deserve Documentaries: Weezer, the Strokes and more

Some of my favorite types of films to watch are music documentaries, and with the premiere of Time is Illmatic, a film about the classic Nas LP Illmatic (in my opinion, the greatest rap album ever made), I started thinking about what other incredible ...

Seven Songs That Sound Totally Different Live: Lou Reed, Springsteen, and more

Unless you have the misfortune of seeing an artist lip-synch along to a backing track, the live version of a song is always going to sound at least a little bit different from the version you’re used to hearing. While most artists try their best to ...

Eight Songs That Are Genuinely Terrifying (But Still Incredible): The Cure, R.E.M., and more

There’s plenty of dark and depressing music out there (and I listen to a bunch of it), but finding a song that’s dark and terrifying is very rare. Death metal bands may attempt to be scary, but their music ends up being more cartoonishly fun than ...

Nine Artists Who Re-Recorded Their Own Songs: Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, and more

Musicians love doing their own interpretations of songs written by other people, but sometimes they make the unusual choice of recording new versions of their own songs. Sometimes this is done to improve on the original, but other times they simply ...

8 Albums that go against the theory of the sophomore slump: Radiohead, Nirvana, Neutral Milk Hotel and more

The theory of the "sophomore slump" is that an artist has their whole lives to create their first album, but then suffers creatively when they have only a short time to create their second. Andrew W.K., The Stone Roses, Television, Interpol, and Best ...

Indie Classicalites from Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Punch Bros. (Not Andrea Bocelli & Lindsey Stirling) are Saving the Music Industry

No, classical music isn't dead. In fact, classical music has become the latest vanity endeavor for most contemporary musicians.

Radiohead inspires fancy 'Kid A' dinner menu at pop-up Detroit restaurant

Have you ever wanted to taste Radiohead? While it may be quite inappropriate to gnaw on Johnny Greenwood's leg or Thom Yorke's Adam's apple, on Wednesday (Feb. 19), you can at least eat food inspired by Radiohead. A Detroit chef, Kyle Haney, has ...

Radiohead unveils new app, PolyFauna, inspired by 'The King of Limbs'

There's something new coming out of the Radiohead camp, and it's not a new record. Today, the band unveiled PolyFauna, a new mobile app that was inspired by the 2011 King of Limbs sessions and uses sounds and imagery from the song, "Bloom." Created ...

Paul McCartney Wants To Work With Thom Yorke But Is Afraid He Will Say 'No'

NME recently talked to Paul McCartney about modern day artists he would like to collaborate with. Among those he named was Thom Yorke. He revealed in the interview that he would be nervous to call up the Radiohead/Atoms for Peace frontman. Yes, ...

Atoms for Peace Make TV Debut on The Daily Show, Play 'Default' Off 'Amok' and "Harrowdown Hall' Off 'The Eraser' [WATCH]

Thom Yorke (Radiohead) and Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) from and Atoms for Peace stopped by The Daily Show with Jon Stewart last night to promote their world tour and make their television debut. The band, which also includes Nigel Godrich ...

Auction Ends for Radiohead (On A Friday) Cassette featuring Unearthed Material

The two-day auction to obtain a rare Radiohead cassette ended this morning at 10:30 a.m. The cassette ended up selling for £2,000 (roughly $3,175).

Radiohead Tells Prince To Put Video of His Coachella Performance of 'Creep' Back On YouTube for Fans

The issue of music ownership and what can be posted online has come to a gridlock thanks to a battle between two of rock's most respected figures: Prince and Radiohead.

Paul Lansky's Menschen Machine Music

For the uninitiated, Princeton University's Dr. Paul Lansky would appear the very epitome of ivory towered pretension, peering down from his endowed chair with the Ivy's best derision. He's been writing computer music well before there..

Spotify Responds To Radiohead's Thom Yorke, Says Service Aims To Be 'Most Artist Friendly'

In a social media-driven world, it's easy for artists (and anyone really) to go on a seemingly impromptu rant about any issue. Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich, two of the big names behinds bands like Radiohead and Atoms For Peace, released a lot of pent ...

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