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Thom Yorke’s Secret Fuselage DJ Set Playlist

Glastonbury drew out all sorts of stars this year, including a day-of surprise set from Radiohead. But on the ultra-exclusive Radiohead tip, Thom and Nigel DJ'd "in a crashed aeroplane fuselage" with "friends" while Glasto still raged over yonder. (For the exact location of the wreckage that was Nigel and Thom's DJ booth,… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 28, 2011

Nigel Godrich – “Rumble” (Music From Scott Pilgrim)(Stereogum Premiere)

As mentioned, Edgar Wright's Michael Cera-starring film adaptation of Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim is out in August with Nigel Godrich serving as executive producer of the indie-friendly soundtrack (to which Beck contributed original songs as Scott Pilgrim's Sex-Bob-Omb) and the composer of an original score that includes collaborations -- Cornelius and… More »

By: brandon / August 3, 2010

Atoms For Peace/Flying Lotus @ Roseland, NYC 4/5/10

Atoms For Peace took the stage at Roseland moments after my iPad (j/k) lit up with a NYTimes alert about the Pentagon's new limits on when the U.S. can use nuclear weapons. "For the first time, the United States is explicitly committing not to use nuclear weapons against nonnuclear states that are in compliance… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / April 6, 2010

Thom Yorke Names His ???? Band Atoms For Peace, Announces Tour Dates

Turns out the Thom Yorke???? moniker was too self-aggrandizing even for Thom Yorke, bless him. Each of those question marks -- Mauro Refosco, Joey Waronker, Flea, and Nigel Godrich -- are now accounted for in the name Atoms For Peace, the official moniker for the newly christened Radiohead side-project Thom unveiled in More »

By: Amrit Singh / February 25, 2010

Thom Yorke @ Orpheum, Los Angeles 10/5/09

And now Los Angeles can go back to paying attention to the real life. The weekend that saw Thom Yorke bare-chested and well-lit wrapped up last night at the Orpheum. The setlist was the same as the previous night's show in the same room; photographer Andrew Youssef was the envy of everybody… More »

By: Amrit Singh / October 6, 2009

Thom Yorke @ Orpheum, Los Angeles 10/4/09

Unlike Friday's show at the Echoplex, Thom Yorke and his new crew's Orpheum gig last night was not a "rehearsal." What that seems to mean, in practical terms, was one big tradeoff (less bare Yorke chest/belly, more extensive stage lighting setup) and one setlist deviation in Sunday night's addition of "Super Collider." Photographer… More »

By: Amrit Singh / October 5, 2009

Thom Yorke @ Echoplex, Los Angeles 10/2/09

This was not the low-key warm-up gig ("total chaos ... kind of a rehearsal") Thom promised. Attendees of last night's pre-Orpheum preview got a full (and by most (Twitter) accounts "awesome") 90-minute set beginning with The Eraser played by Thom's new group (Nigel Godrich, Flea, Joey Waronker, Mauro Refosco). This was followed by a… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / October 3, 2009

Thom Yorke’s New Band (!) Plays LA Next Week

If the Twilight or the 12" or the tribute tracks weren't enough to make you think Thom is enjoying his time away from Radiohead, try this one: The talented Mr. Yorke has put a brand new band together featuring Beck buddy Joey Waronker, mutual buddy Nigel Godrich, and cock-sock enthusiast Flea. They'll… More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 29, 2009

Beck & Friends Cover “I’m Waiting For The Man”

Beck's Record Club project promises a series of installments in which the man and a bunch of buddies ducking into the studio sans rehearsal and knocking out a cover version of an entire album. The Hansen family band got it running with the wise choice of The Velvet Underground & Nico, and the first liste… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 26, 2009

Beck Covers Velvet Underground & Nico

Beck's giving his website an overhaul. One of the new sections, Record Club, launched today with a cover of the Velvet Underground's "Sunday Morning." The idea behind the Record Club's for Beck and friends to go into the studio sans rehearsal, re-record entire albums, and then post one song a week from that session in,… More »

By: brandon / June 19, 2009

Radiohead Begin Recording In Rainbows Followup

The band entered the studio with Nigel Godrich last week. Colin tells NME, "It's really cool and everything is sounding great." And he's the modest one! More »

By: Scott Lapatine / May 18, 2009

Fleet Foxes Harmonize In Nigel Godrich’s Basement

We took you deep into NG's basement to watch Andrew Bird perform "Sectionate City." Keeping with the animal theme, Fleet Foxes recently scurried underground to bring him "Blue Ridge Mountains."… More »

By: brandon / December 1, 2008

Nigel Godrich Joins Beck Onstage During “Secret Show” @ Echoplex, Los Angeles 11/25/07

Yesterday reader Dustin wrote in:Is this news? Last night at Beck?s show at the Echoplex in LA, Nigel Godrich played keyboards/laptop/whatchamacalits for the whole 90 minute set. Beck introduced him saying it was his first US stage performance, then Godrich shot back ?and my last.? The show was basically a laid-back, kinda sloppy, but really… More »

By: Stereogum / November 27, 2007

New Travis – “Big Chair”

The man who made Travis into something of a '90s Brit phenomenon, producer extraordinaire Nigel Godrich, is back at the helm for the band's forthcoming, fifth full-length. You're allowed to have stopped paying attention after The Invisible Band (we did), but with Godrich and Brian Eno at the helm, that's crumbelievable. Here's the first single… More »

By: Stereogum / January 22, 2007

New Radiohead – “Videotape” & “Down Is The New Up”

Nigel Godrich's new show From The Basement is up and running, and the first episode is finally available for download. The show sees Godrich assemble some of the "finest musicians in the planet" to do some live videotaping in London's Maida Vale studios (sound courtesy of Nigel) and then turn a few quid… More »

By: Stereogum / December 18, 2006
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