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Q&A: Radiohead’s Philip Selway Remembers The Bends

This week marks the 20th anniversary of Radiohead's first classic album, The Bends, and in honor of the occasion we've declared it Radiohead Week at Stereogum. Our array of features will include an Anniversary writeup of the album later this week, but first, we asked drummer Philip Selway (second from left) to share… More »

By: Chris DeVille / March 9, 2015

Check Out New Radiohead Sounds & Visuals In Updated PolyFauna App

In a new interview with BBC Radio 6 Music, Radiohead's Phil Selway told Mary Anne Hobbs, "There's always that sense that [Radiohead's] best record is still to come. There's still a lot creativity we can do together." He also told NME they'll hit the studio this month. Until we hear what they come… More »

By: James Rettig / September 2, 2014

Philip Selway – “Coming Up For Air” Video

Radiohead drummer Philip Selway is getting ready to release Weatherhouse, his second album as a solo singer-songwriter, and lead single "Coming Up For Air" is a fine piece of way-out psych-pop that sounds something like a song his band might've recorded during that stretch between The Bends and OK Computer. Selway's gleaming dome never… More »

By: Tom Breihan / July 31, 2014

Philip Selway – “Coming Up For Air”

Radiohead drummer Philip Selway will release Weatherhouse, his follow-up to 2010 solo debut Familial, this fall. The lead single is "Coming Up For Air," which could definitely pass for something Thom Yorke wrote except it's sung in breathy, slightly muted tones instead of quavering superhuman falsetto. It matches atmospherics with rhythmic tension to hypnotic effect,… More »

By: Chris DeVille / June 24, 2014

Phil Selway – “Running Blind”

Phil Selway ushered in his solo recording career with last year's LP Familial. The Radiohead drummer held back four tracks written for that album's recording sessions, and has re-recorded them with a full band for a separate, new EP titled Running Blind. The title track features Phil in a fingerpicked and intimate mode, with… More »

By: Amrit Singh / July 5, 2011

End Of The Road Festival 2010 In Photos

This past weekend Larmer Tree Gardens, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, hosted the fifth annual End Of The Road Festival. This year's lineup continued the festival's peripheral deviation from its folk, Americana, and alt-country roots, featuring Yo La Tengo, Black Mountain, Caribou, Iron & Wine, the Antlers, Wilco, Modest Mouse, Wolf Parade, The New Pornographers, Cymbal… More »

By: Amrit Singh / September 13, 2010

Phil Selway – “By Some Miracle” Video

The hushed and modest Phil Selway single "By Some Miracle" gets a minimal video with a (slight) twist ending. In fact, it reminded me a little bit of the video for "Just." The clip was directed by David Altobelli. He's also directed videos for M83 and School Of Seven Bells. More »

By: jessica / September 9, 2010

Phil Selway – “By Some Miracle” (Plus Videos Of Thom & Jonny At Glasto)

Radiohead drummer Phil Selway will release his debut solo album, Familial in August. We previously heard "The Ties That Bind Us" and album closer "The Witching Hour," and he also played some of the songs at a show in Portugal in April. There's a stream of the album's first single "By Some… More »

By: jessica / June 30, 2010

Download New Phil Selway Live In Portugal

As we mentioned a ways back, Radiohead drummer Phil Selway is working on a solo collection. Last week he did a show, and some of those solo songs, with fellow 7 Worlds Collide member Lisa Germano at Casa da Música in Porto, Portugal. Ash Tapes was there and recorded the entire night. A… More »

By: brandon / April 12, 2010

New 7 Worlds Collide (Ed O’Brien/Neil Finn/Jeff Tweedy/Johnny Marr) – “Bodhisattva Blues” (Stereogum Premiere)

At this point most fans of Radiohead are aware that 7 Worlds Collide is a true-to-the-definition supergroup involving all the people listed in the above headline as well as Phil Selway and others who aren't. What you might've forgotten is that 7 Worlds Collide began as the good-will project of Neil Finn. The first… More »

By: brandon / August 31, 2009

New Phil Selway (Radiohead) – “The Witching Hour” (Live In London)

Along with packing a mouthful of a contributing artist list, Neil Finn's 7 Worlds Collide project has introduced us to the world of Phil Selway: Singer-Songwriter via the Radiohead drummer's singing and songwriting of "The Ties That Bind Us." That song appears on the Finn/Tweedy/Marr/Selway/O'Brien/etc. "supergroup"'s The Sun Came Out LP tracklist, a… More »

By: Amrit Singh / August 20, 2009

Take A Listen To 7 Worlds Collide, AKA The Radiohead Wilco Johnny Marr Neil Finn Supergroup

As we told you this past fall (and again, later), Radiohead's Ed O'Brien and Philip Selway rejoined ex-Crowded Housed Neil Finn for part two of his 7 Worlds Collide project. The inaugural project, recorded back in 2001, included O'Brien and Selway along with Eddie Vedder, Johnny Marr, Lisa Germano, Soul Coughing's Sebastian Steinberg,… More »

By: brandon / July 30, 2009

Jeff Tweedy Covers Radiohead

Yesterday we got a rare glimpse of Phil Selway singer-songwritering at one of the 7 Worlds Collide shows in Auckland this week. As mentioned, the series yielded something just as rare and even more bloggable in Jeff Tweedy's take on "Fake Plastic Trees." And here it is. The world-collision quota is nearly fulfilled by… More »

By: Amrit Singh / January 8, 2009

Radiohead’s Phil Selway, In Singer-Songwriter Mode For “The Ties That Bind Us”

Courtesy of ateaseweb.com, we have some acceptable footage of Mr. Selway fingerpicking his way through a droning little acoustic number from a live performance in New Zealand last night. The YouTube label has 7 Worlds Collide affixed, which is the title of a 2001 album culled from various performances spearheaded by Crowded House's Neil… More »

By: Amrit Singh / January 7, 2009

Radiohead.tv

Oh, boy. So in the last hour or so (read: the time since we've been having backend tech issues today), Radiohead.tv fired up with some seriously awesome bits. Like Thom spinning M.I.A.. And then Thom spinning !!!'s "Heart Of Hearts," spasmodically dancing as only he knows how. And then, well, we'll explain. First we're… More »

By: Stereogum / November 9, 2007