You are the music while the music lasts. -T.S. Eliot
Yorke also discusses Radiohead’s 2017 touring plans, the future of Atoms For Peace, and his fatigue toward surprise releases.
A ridiculous, hyper-modern, at-times entertaining take on an old Biblical story.
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.
Over 150 songs and everything in its right place.
Andrew Savage ditches “nostalgia and revisionism” for a sharper sense of adequacy.
Hurry up and step inside the mind of French visionary Anthony Gonzalez.
Florence Welch and Ben E. King, together at last.
Brooklyn band’s fourth studio effort, Amen & Goodbye, hits stores next week.
The electronic artist explains how he makes music from your YouTube videos.
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