Santa has already been extra good to us this year, but here’s something for the Radiohead fan in your life. As you may remember, Thom Yorke and friends played a charity one-off in Los Angeles last January to benefit victims of the Haiti earthquake. You may also remember that attendance was limited to 1,400, which meant you probably didn’t go. However, thanks to a group of dedicated fans, a band-authorized DVD featuring footage from the performance is now available for download.
The collection was put together to further benefit the ravaged country, and not only did Radiohead officially approve the project, but they also chose the charity to which those who download the film are encouraged to donate — Oxfam. What’s more, Kii Arens, the author of the original bandaid poster for the show, contributed artwork for the DVD.
The DVD’s content features contributions from 14 video tapers and four audio tapers. All 24 songs played that evening are included, and the package can be downloaded as a 2-disc DVD with four alternate audio tracks, as well as a HD 1280×720 mp4 movie. You can find all the necessary links here. Those who download are asked to donate to Oxfam.
Update: As TwentyFourBit points out, the film is also available for streaming via YouTube:
Fake Plastic Trees
How To Disappear Completely
Wolf at the Door
Dollars & Cents
Exit Music (For a Film)
Everything In Its Right Place
You and Whose Army?
All I Need