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Most of the members of Radiohead have been busy lately with solo endeavors. But we learned over the summer that the band was planning to reconvene and record in September. And guess what month it is?…   Read Story »
Radiohead main man Thom Yorke apparently really enjoys showing up at random gatherings and playing music for whoever's there, even if it's just eight people in a field in Cornwall. Way back in 2009,…   Read Story »
We're in the thick of results season for Stereogum and Videogum's annual readers poll, the Gummy Awards. Your favorite albums and new artists of 2013 have already been revealed; now it's time to…   Read Story »
People who live in the Bay Area are lucky. Not only did they get to enjoy the incredible Outside Lands lineup, a month later they get a whole other festival in the form of Treasure Island. A ton of…   Read Story »
Last week, Atoms For Peace unveiled the video for "Before Your Very Eyes" from their album Amok. Now you can take a behind-the-scenes look at how the CGI-heavy clip was made, from the arduous special…   Read Story »
For a while, I've been threatening to start including things in this space that don't quite constitute "music videos" but which do constitute music on video -- late-night performances, great…   Read Story »
Thom Yorke's Atoms For Peace just shared their animated video for "Before Your Very Eyes," the sputtering groove that opens their album Amok, and it's a trippy one. In the video, some version of…   Read Story »
On Sunday, the organizers of Texas's Austin City Limits festival had to cancel a whole day of music because of a flash flood warning, which meant that people didn't get to see the National, Phoenix,…   Read Story »
Atoms For Peace's Nigel Godrich has taken to Tumblr to respond to a recent pro-file-sharing study done by the London School Of Economics called "Copyright & Creation: A Case For Promoting Inclusive…   Read Story »
Last night, Thom Yorke's Atoms For Peace band played at the Pepsi Center in Mexico City, and they had a surprisingly funky choice of covers: Marvin Gaye's dizzy 1977 groove "Got To Give It Up." I'm…   Read Story »