You are the music while the music lasts. -T.S. Eliot
Remaining holdouts “Supercollider”, “The Butcher”, “These Are My Twisted Words”, and “Harry Patch” finally make their way onto streaming platform.
Sometimes an artist finds their true voice when they’ve shut the door on others.
Be prepared for plenty of scoffing and endless frustration.
Yorke also discusses Radiohead’s 2017 touring plans, the future of Atoms For Peace, and his fatigue toward surprise releases.
Five high-profile artists just staged comebacks — all within a span of three weeks.
A ridiculous, hyper-modern, at-times entertaining take on an old Biblical story.
CoSigned band will release their debut LP later this year.
Featuring all-new re-recorded versions of “Brother’s Song”, “Missing You”, and “1996”.
An exact reproduction of the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist’s Shell Pink ’61 instrument.
A funky protest song along with a lengthy note, both saying, “Violence is never the answer.”
Wren Graves revisits the solo debut of rock’s greatest poet of anxiety.
Here are the new tracks that we’ve had on repeat all week long.