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A few months ago, Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich pulled their albums from Spotify, claiming the service was bad for new music and did not fairly compensate artists. Radiohead's co-manager Brian Message…   Read Story »
Between South Park, The Colbert Report, and last night's episode of The Daily Show, there's a reasonable chance that Thom Yorke has spent more time on Comedy Central than on any other American…   Read Story »
For New York Fashion Week (which was last week) Atoms For Peace put together what they call, "a collage of unreleased beats," for the Rag & Bone runway show. At just under 11 minutes, it's not a…   Read Story »
Soundhalo is a new live-music app that lets people download live shows, in high quality, in real time. That seems like the exact opposite of the whole "put your phones away at the show" ethos, but…   Read Story »
Atoms For Peace have pulled all of their music from Spotify. "Someone gotta say something," Nigel Godrich tweeted this morning. "It's bad for new music." Thom Yorke has pulled his solo album The…   Read Story »
Prior to their tour launch, Atoms For Peace assembled at the tiny club Fais Do-Do in Los Angeles, rebranded as Club AMOK for a rehearsal show for the live debut of tracks from their latest album,…   Read Story »
Atoms For Peace will soon leave for a full-band tour. In advance, the band has been posting videos of rehearsals. Last week, we saw a video of "Rabbit In Your Headlights." Now, watch the band…   Read Story »
Today, we celebrated the 10th birthday of Radiohead's Hail To The Thief, and we were also treated to a KCRW DJ set delivered by Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich. Would it be fair to call this Thom Yorke…   Read Story »
Anytime Thom Yorke touches a turntable, it's worth your while to pay attention. And today, Yorke and his Atoms For Peace bandmate (and frequent Radiohead collaborator) Nigel Godrich are going to…   Read Story »
A few days late but stacked with excellence, here is your collection of May's absolute jams. For optimal ease of consumption, you'll find it here in three forms: a 12-track downloadable zip of the…   Read Story »