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  • Thom Yorke & Four Tet DJ Plastic People 6/10/11
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Thom Yorke & Kieran Hebden

To kick off three consecutive nights DJing at London’s Plastic People, on Friday Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden invited Thom Yorke to join in spinning some tunes. According to Four Tet’s Twitter after the set, Thom killed it “with heavy new Radiohead remixes” (from the forthcoming King Of Limbs 12″ series). Coincidentally, earlier in the night Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood guest DJed on Domino Radio and closed with Four Tet’s “Pockets.” Check out Weird Browser’s video of Thom and Kieran dancing and nodding to Pangea’s “Why,” a lo-fi clip of Thom spinning Caribou’s forthcoming “Little By Little” Radiohead remix, and Colin’s radio playlist (via thekingoflimbspart2.com) below.

Thom Yorke & Four Tet @ Plastic People 6/10/11: Pangea – “Why”

Thom Yorke & Four Tet @ Plastic People 6/10/11: Radiohead – “Little By Little (Caribou Remix)”

Colin Greenwood’s Domino Radio Playlist 6/10/11
01 – Thomas Mapfumo – Shumba

02 – South Street Player – (Who?) Keeps Changing Your Mind

03 – Sibylle Baier – Forget About

04 – The Jones Girls – Nights Over Egypt

05 – Nick Straker – A Little Bit Of Jazz

06 – Donald Byrd – Places and Spaces

07 – Four Tet & Caribou – Ye Ye

08 – 4000 holes

09 – John Miles – Oh dear ?????

10 – Four Tet – Angels Echoes (Caribou remix)

11 – J Dilla – Nothing like this

12 – Mayday – Zhi Zu

13 – Rufus Wainwright – Tiergarten (Supermayer Lost In The Tiergarten Remix)

14 – Ween – Your party

15 – Rheingold – Dreiklangsdimensionen

16 – Dominatrix – Sleeps Tonight

17 – Moodymann – I Can’t Kick This Feeling When It Hits

18 – Sheila And B. Devotion – Spacer

19 – Four Tet – Pockets

On 7/1 the BBC will broadcast The King Of Limbs Live From The Basement. And in case you missed it we’ve got MP3s of Radiohead’s 20 Best Cover Songs here.

Comments (2)
  1. Ugh. I’m jealous of everyone who were there.

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