Is Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood holed up Brazil awaiting the end of the world? That's the somewhat absurd claim recently made by Brazilian Tourism Minister Eduardo de Oliveira Coelho, who says Greenwood is staying in a hotel in the Sao Luiz do Paraitinga section of Sao Paulo while counting down the days until Dec. 21, the final date date on the Mayan calendar and thus the day some people believe will mark the end of the world.
You’ve seen them at parties, lurking in the corner, waiting to engage in battle disguised as conversation. They’re indie rock know-it-alls, and no matter what band or musician you mention, they’ve got an opinion — strong and almost certainly negative — ready to ram down your throat. With Instant Expert, we offe
Radiohead journeyed to Austin, Texas, back in March to film a concert for the 'Austin City Limits' series, and the bounty of that appearance is now available. The British band's hourlong 'ACL' performance premiered on the PBS series Saturday night, and it's currently streaming online in its entirety.
"I don't belong here," Thom Yorke famously sang in Radiohead's 1992 alt-rock anthem 'Creep,' and ever since then, the song has been the perfect soundtrack for numerous fish-out-of-water situations. When J Mark Inman turned in an oddball, irony-filled version during his audition for last year's 'X Factor,' he may have won over the judges and got a standing ovation from the crowd, but he certainly didn't do Yorke and the band justice.
A new season of the perennial PBS favorite 'Austin City Limits' is getting ready to kick off in a few weeks, but you don't have to wait until the fall to hear a little of what the show has in store for you -- they've posted a pair of clips from their recent tapings with Radiohead and Bon Iver.
A 23-year-old filmmaker who was born profoundly deaf and only recently gained the ability to hear is discovering the joys of music through an eclectic assortment of bands, ranging from alt-rock acts like Radiohead and Devo to classic rockers like Pink Floyd and the Rolling Stones to straight up orchestral classic like Beethoven and Mozart. "Radiohead is already one of my top five favorite living bands," he tells Yahoo! News.