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The soundtrack for Inherent Vice will be out on December 15th. Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood did the score for the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed film -- they previously worked together on The Master…   Read Story »
The terrifyingly popular Indiana jam-band Umphrey's McGee play an annual mash-up show every year on Halloween, combining covers live and wearing mash-up costumes. (This year, band members wore…   Read Story »
Philip Selway is probably the last member of Radiohead anyone expected to go full singer-songwriter, but with sophomore solo release Weatherhouse, the longtime drummer affirms that he's more than…   Read Story »
When Thom Yorke both announced and then released his new solo album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, within the space of like 20 minutes on Friday, September 26, the thing came as a total surprise. That he…   Read Story »
Along with the Beatles and Genesis and the Eagles, Radiohead are the rare band where the drummer can make a respectable go of it as a solo singer-songwriter. Radiohead skin-basher Philip Selway just…   Read Story »
Karen O made her first Crush Songs appearance in the UK over the weekend, where she performed for two nights at London's Bush Hall. During her set, she played covers of the Doors' "Indian Summer" and…   Read Story »
Slate reports that Inherent Vice, Paul Thomas Anderson's new film that was scored by Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, contains an unreleased Radiohead instrumental called "Spooks," which the band…   Read Story »
Thom Yorke just dropped the hell out of nowhere with the announcement of a new album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, and already you can buy the thing: $6 for the digital album and "A Brain In A Bottle"…   Read Story »
UPDATE: You can hear the album now. Radiohead caused a stir in 2007 when they announced they had completed a new album called In Rainbows and would release it 10 days later for whatever price fans…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, both Thom Yorke and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich teased the world by tweeting an image of a mysterious white vinyl record. We didn't know what that meant, and we still don't.…   Read Story »