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In addition to headliners Steve Reich, Television, and John Cale, one of the big draws for this past weekend's Big Ears Festival (which focuses primarily on experimental music) was Radiohead's Jonny…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, the Radiohead guitarist and Paul Thomas Anderson film-score composer Jonny Greenwood performed at London's Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, a 124-year-old facility built to power…   Read Story »
Movie buffs and fans of postmodernist lit have been waiting a while now for Inherent Vice. After the 2012 stunner The Master P.T. Anderson set his sights on an even bigger challenge: adapting a book…   Read Story »
Since 2009 the Big Ears Festival has brought a massive slate of experimental music to Knoxville, Tennessee, and they've just announced their lineup for next spring (the festival occurs during the…   Read Story »
"Big things have small beginnings." So says Michael Fassbender's character in Prometheus. He was referring to a blob of alien goo that would go on to spawn the monster that drives…   Read Story »
There Will Be Blood would have been a seriously disquieting movie even if Rogers & Hammerstein had done the soundtrack, but Radiohead "guitarist" Jonny Greenwood's insanity-inducing score amped up…   Read Story »
Paul Thomas Anderson's new film, The Master, revolves around a faith leader known as "The Master" (Philip Seymour Hoffman) and a man named Freddie Sutton (Joaquin Phoenix) who becomes his unlikely…   Read Story »
Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood and Paul Thomas Anderson are set to collaborate again for the director's new, Joaquin Phoenix-starring film operating under the working title The Master. Among the…   Read Story »
On a track with the perfectly ridiculous title "Retarded Fren," Radiohead gentlemen Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood have hooked up with a somewhat unlikely collaborator, masked indie-rap hero DOOM. On…   Read Story »
Though I have my reservations about The King Of Limbs and, like most people, revere the back catalog enough to be considered "formative" of personal experience listening to alternative music, I had…   Read Story »