Whether it’s mellowing with age or the lack of pressure on a side project, one thing is certain: this has not been your average press cycle for Atom For Peace. We chronicle the increasingly absurd timeline.
Thom Yorke once again turns to Rag & Bone to write music that, apparently, you can vogue to.
One day after Thom Yorke pulled Atoms For Peace’s album from Spotify citing the streaming service’s lack of monetary support for new artists, Brian Message, Radiohead co-manager, has come out in defense of the company.
Thom Yorke and his Atoms for Peace collaborator, producer Nigel Godrich, decided to pull their music from the site as a way to bring light to what they feel is Spotify’s flawed business model.
The June 14 warm-up gig was the hottest ticket in L.A., with only a few hundred fortunate fans able to squeeze into the intimate club space to witness Thom Yorke, Flea and the band’s inspired show.
In a wide-ranging interview regarding his new band Atoms for Peace, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke spoke out candidly on subjects including dance music, Amazon and a certain emerging pop superstar. “Who the f**k is Bruno […]
The year was 1993. Bill Clinton had just been inaugurated for his first term as the American President, movies like Groundhog Day, Jurassic Park and Dazed and Confused were in theaters, and “The Puffy Shirt” […]