Plans have been announced to set up a charity in honor of Scott Johnson, the 33-year-old drum technician killed in the tragic June stage collapse before an outdoor Radiohead concert in Toronto, Ontario. Johnson's parents have set up the Scott Johnson Bursary Fund for Young Musicians to provide instruments for aspiring musicians in the town of Rotherham, England, where Johnson grew up.
Here's a new Radiohead video to get you through hump day. This Matt Ornstein-directed 'The Daily Mail' video was shot when the Brit rockers hit the stage of Bonnaroo a few months back, and features some cool time-lapse video tricks as the camera starts way out on the edges of the annual festival. It slowly moves in, eventually zeroing in on s
Generally speaking, there isn't a rock band on the planet that doesn't owe some sort of debt to the Beatles -- even an act as willfully experimental as Radiohead, who stopped tinkering with unorthodox song structures long enough to borrow from one of the Fab Four's best-known recordings in 1997.
Radiohead's bear head logo has been known by several names over the years -- "Modified Bear," "Despot Bear," "Hunting Bear," "Blinky Bear," amongst others -- but the mere fact that such a high-concept band allowed its essence to be distilled down to a single image is a minor miracle. The Stanley Donwood-designed 'Kid A'-era logo
A talented musician by the name of Daniel Mustard, who used to be homeless and forced to live on the streets, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a new album.
Atoms for Peace, a supergroup starring Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead's Thom Yorke and longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, are set to release their first single. The two-track EDM single will be available digitally and on 12" vinyl through Modeselektor's 50 Weapons imprint on Aug. 3.
All five members of Radiohead, the band's crew and management joined hundred of other mourners at the Doncaster Minster church in Doncaster, England, for the funeral of drum tech Scott Johnson, who was killed when the stage collapsed prior to the band's June 16 concert in Toronto. Members of Keane were also in attendance at the service, which featured an eulogy given by family friend Father David Dixon.