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Thom Yorke Stories

On TV | Radiohead’s Full Coachella Set

On TV features a quick recap of some of the music were playing at the Tomorrows Verse headquarters. Who: RadioheadYou Need To Know: Though Radioheads set during the first weekend of Coachella was hindered by technical difficulties, the second weekend saw a practically flawless performance from the band on April 21. The setlist pulled evenly from...

10 New Songs You Need To Hear | Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Radiohead & More

Its been a crazy week for new music, but Tomorrows Verse has you covered. Here are 10 brand new songs we have in heavy rotation.1. Arcade Fire Everything NowWith a new album coming in July, Arcade Fire has begun a hype-heavy promotional process leading to this video for the first single, Everything Now. The song was...

Analyzing Radiohead’s Upcoming OKNOTOK Boxset

Radiohead recently announced a reissue of their seminal 1997 record OK Computer, which will include the original album along with three unreleased tracks and eight B-sides from the record, almost all of which were featured on the Airbag / How Am I Driving? EP already.Though the boxset will come with additional, never-before-seen memorabilia like a copy...

Listen To Radiohead’s Rejected James Bond Theme

The newest James Bond film, Spectre, features a theme song written and performed by Sam Smith. Prior to the films release, however, Radiohead were long rumored to be responsible for the theme to this years film.As it turns out, Radiohead did record a theme song, which, despite being rejected by the filmmakers, the band...

Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood And Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja Collaborate On Soundtrack

 Radioheads Thom Yorke and Massive Attacks Robert "3D" Del Naja released their collaborative soundtrack for The UK Gold, a documentary about the history of tax avoidance in the UK, for free.The recording dates back to 2013 and also features Radioheads Jonny Greenwood and Elbow's Guy Garvey. The songs feature glitchy electronic instrumentals packed with...

Alex's Top 150 Albums Of 2014

Frequent contributor Alex Wood has assembled his list of the top 150 albums of the year.1. Jack White- LazarettoLazaretto is an instant classic, an album that successfully combines the sounds of Jack Whites past work and influences to create something wholly his own. A record free of crazy effects and using no compression in the production...

Album Reviews: September 2014 Releases

By: Alex WoodRobert Plant And The Sensational Space Shifters - Lullaby and the Ceaseless Roar [9/9]As proven recently at his Riviera performance, Robert Plant is as capable a blues singer as anyone, despite his being 66 years old. Lullaby is certainly blues based, but stretches out to incorporate British and Celtic folk, electronics, and classic rock....

Thom Yorke's Surprise Is Nothing New

In typical Thom Yorke fashion, the Radiohead front-man released a new full-length solo album, Tomorrows Modern Boxes, without warning or prior promotion, using a relatively new BitTorrent interface as a way of handing some control of internet commerce back to people who are creating the work.The surprise release of Tomorrows Modern Boxes is not,...