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Jonny Greenwood

Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood debut seven new songs, revisit Radiohead rarity during Glastonbury’s Live at Worthy Farm livestream For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Radiohead members Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood have a new project with drummer Tom Skinner. They’re calling themselves the Smile, after a Ted Hughes poem, and they’re working with regular Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich on production. The band made their debut today at the livestreamed Glastonbury event Live At Worthy Farm, performing a set that opened with a new version of the unreleased Radiohead track “Skirting On The Surface” before moving through seven other groovy, mathy new rock songs. Watch the full performance below.

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Alex Lake

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There are three types when it comes to songs in feature films: The first is the song that you just know isn’t only going to be nominated for an Academy Award but in all likelihood will win it; the second is the song that’s snubbed by the Academy in a year jam-packed with standard Oscar […]

The post 18 alternative songs that were actually nominated for Oscars appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Pablo Larraín’s Spencer is slated to arrive this fall For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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The story of Joy Division and New Order is being told in the new, officially sanctioned podcast Transmissions: The Definitive Story. Narrated by actress Maxine Peak, the series will feature exclusive interviews with the band’s Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, and Gillian Gilbert, plus a whole star-studded lineup of special guests. Guests…

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Sitting across his desk from Thom Yorke last fall onstage at the Ed Sullivan Theater, Stephen Colbert posed a question to the Radiohead frontman. “For decades you’ve been writing music that is uneasy and anxious with regards to society, our government, technology, the general direction of the world,” the Late Show host said. “How does…

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