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” […]
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke is a man of few interviews, rarely giving the press access to his innermost musings and creating an air of mystery often missing from modern artists in this social network-driven era. So actor Alec […]
The musically-driven Fox show Glee has built its reputation on doing big, flashy cover versions of a wide range of popular songs. From dedicating an entire episode to Britney Spears to classic show tunes to […]
In the first music video to accompany the new Atoms for Peace album Amok, Thom Yorke gives his dancing a whole new twist; He takes on a partner. In “Ingenue,” the Radiohead frontman expresses his […]