Albums from Joan Baez, Steve Martin and the Righteous Brothers were also added.
The Doors, Radiohead, Sly & The Family Stone Among Artists With Music Added To The National Recording Registry
The Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry will see a wide variety of audio pieces being added to the national collection this year. Among the inductions into this years registry include The Doors self-titled 1967 […]
Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood was a guest on Flying Lotus’ BBC 1 radio show recently where he premiered several pieces of new music. He played music from both the Inherent Vice and There Will Be Blood soundtracks as well as debuted a remix of Thom Yorke’s “A Rat’s Nest”.
2014 provided a mix bag of albums. I’m looking for much bigger and better things in 2015. For me, those better things are going to come in the form of albums that will be released. Here is a list of the albums I can’t wait to get my clammy hands on.
Jonny Greenwood was recently interviewed by the Sunday Guardian and revealed he’s currently in India with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur and a dozen local artists working on a new album.
Closest to Radiohead as we’re going to get right now.
The Grammys are on CBS this Sunday and although it’s primarily an award ceremony, the show has featured some amazing performances over the years.
While news of a new Radiohead album has been around for a few months, there have been little to no details on when the band plans on finishing the record and setting a release date. In true Radiohead fashion, the band anticipates taking a different direction with the release and sound of the record.
There are rumors swirling that the Radiohead frontman cleared far more money from his latest solo album than he likely really did.
A few months back, Thom Yorke continued his familiar trend of releasing music via unconventional means. A precedent he helped set with Radiohead’s In Rainbows, Yorke’s solo record Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes was released via BitTorrent.