Posts tagged "thom yorke"

Thom Yorke and Robert Del Naja Share Score to Tax Documentary ‘The UK Gold’

Thom Yorke recently teamed up with Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja to compose the score to documentary The UK Gold, which deals with the…
By: Andrew Unterberger / February 25, 2015

Thom Yorke Might’ve Scored $20 Million in Profits From ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes’

We keep hearing that it's nearly impossible to make money as a musician, which might be true — unless you're Thom…
By: Rachel Brodsky / January 5, 2015

Thom Yorke Bursts Out With New Song ‘You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Angry’

Perhaps as a late holiday gift idea for the less punctual section of his fanbase, Thom Yorke has released his entire Tomorrow's Modern Boxes album…
By: Andrew Unterberger / December 26, 2014

Radiohead Have Started Recording Their Next Album

Radiohead have more or less left us high and dry for the last year or so in regards to their next album, but, according…
By: Rachel Brodsky / November 20, 2014

Thom Yorke Doesn’t ‘Like’ or ‘Fave’ Social Media All That Much

If you're reading this article because you clicked on a link on Twitter, Facebook, or any other form of social media, then Thom Yorke might…
By: James Grebey / October 8, 2014

Thom Yorke’s ‘Brain in a Bottle’ Video Features, Yes, Twitchy Thom Yorke Dancing

Remember when Thom Yorke blindsided the music world with a new album that he's releasing through BitTorrent? It happened like 90 minutes ago, so…
By: Dan Reilly / September 26, 2014

Thom Yorke Just Released a New Solo Album, ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes,’ Via BitTorrent

UPDATE: Thom Yorke sold 34,900 copies of his album in the first two hours of its release, according to a NME report.Thom Yorke and Nigel…
By: Dan Reilly / September 26, 2014

Thom Yorke Teases World With Mysterious Photo of White Record

UK-based man of mystery/Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke was up to his usual manipulations this weekend. In a post to the Tumblr he share…
By: Colin Joyce / September 22, 2014

Thom Yorke Loses Himself to Dance During Atoms for Peace’s ‘Before Your Very Eyes’

Atoms for Peace started as a live concern, and for all the formidable studio magic evident on this year's Amok, that's still where…
By: Marc Hogan / December 20, 2013

Spotify Reveals How Much, or How Little, It Pays Per Stream

The debate over music's ongoing shift toward online streaming just got a tiny bit more transparent. For all the heated opinions both for and against…
By: Marc Hogan / December 3, 2013

Thom Yorke Calls Himself a ‘Luddite and Proud of It’ in Spotify Debate

The Luddites remain a hugely misunderstood group, and that's not a reference to an obscure cult band. Now Thom Yorke has reclaimed the term that…
By: Marc Hogan / November 27, 2013

ACL Music Festival 2013: SPIN’s Best Live Photos From Sunday

Atoms for Peace, Phoenix, Franz Ferdinand, Phosphorescent, MS MR and, yes, Lionel Richie cap off the fest's final day.
By: Jolie Ruben / October 7, 2013

Thom Yorke Compares Spotify to a Dying Man’s Fart

Thom Yorke has once again taken aim at Spotify in response to a phenomenon in streaming audio that the Radiohead and Atoms for Peace frontma…
By: Chris Martins / October 3, 2013

Atoms For Peace Wiggle Through American Tour Kick-Off in Philadelphia

"Maybe I'm Beyonce and he's Jay Z," quipped Thom Yorke, pointing left at Flea. Yorke, whose ethereal lilt actually probably makes him Mariah Carey, merrily…
By: J T. Ramsay / September 25, 2013

Stream Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich’s Latest Mix for Rag & Bone

Thom Yorke and Atoms for Peace cohort/Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich have once again cut an exclusive mix for fashion line Rag & Bone.
By: Kyle McGovern / September 9, 2013

U Mad? Spotify CEO Says Artists Frustrated by Royalty Rates Just Don’t Get It

Jay Z wasn't specifically talking about streaming music services when he proclaimed that "the Internet is the Wild, Wild West" in an ad/album…
By: SPIN Staff / August 8, 2013

Why Spotify’s Piracy Study Isn’t Cause for Celebration

UPDATE: According to a Spotify spokesperson, the company doesn't break down user numbers by individual country, but has 6 million paying subscribers and 24 million user…
By: Dan Reilly / July 24, 2013

Rare Radiohead Demo From Their Post-Pubescent Years Up for Auction

A super-rare Radiohead demo tape dating back to the 1980s will hit auction block this fall. As the NME reports, a 1986 cassette by…
By: Kyle McGovern / July 19, 2013

Spotify and Nigel Godrich Trade Shots in Debate Over Thom Yorke Streams, Royalties

As previously reported, Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich pulled Atoms for Peace's Amok and Yorke's Eraser from Spotify and Rdio after voicing their grief with the…
By: Marc Hogan and Chris Martins / July 15, 2013

Thom Yorke, Nigel Godrich Abandon Spotify in ‘Small Meaningless Rebellion’

When both the Eagles and Pink Floyd finally made their catalogs available on subscription services Spotify, Rhapsody, and Rdio last month, classic-rock fans and…
By: Philip Sherburne / July 15, 2013
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