Earlier this week, we all became witness to one of the biggest gambles in music industry history. This gamble is of course the landmark decision by Radiohead to offer their newest album, In Rainbows, as a digital download less than two weeks after the project was announced as completed for whatever price the consumer chooses.

In an age where album leaks have become an industry standard and CD sales are slumping, Radiohead is attempting to buck the trend by trying something completely radical and unprecedented. They will also be selling a box set to come out in early 2008 for 40.

Or are they trying to buck the trend? The move is unprecedented and is something that has...
Anton Djamoos on 10/04/07 - 08:35 AM
Radiohead has sat down with NME a while back for an interview discussing the creation of In Rainbows. The second half will be posted this Thursday.
Steve Henderson on 10/03/07 - 06:18 AM
Read why Radiohead's In Rainbows is making everything right with the world in James Montgomery's latest Bigger Than The Sound.
Steve Henderson on 10/03/07 - 06:12 AM
Read a press release on Radiohead's upcoming album, In Rainbows, in the replies.
Steve Henderson on 10/01/07 - 07:28 AM
According to this, Radiohead has a new album out in 10 days. You can preorder it here.

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Drew Beringer on 09/30/07 - 04:45 PM
Clues on Radiohead's teaser website hint that the band might release their next LP in March.
Steve Henderson on 09/27/07 - 07:26 AM
Dead Air Space, Radiohead's blog, has been posting several cryptic images in the past few days, which fans are guessing has to do with their seventh studio album. Several fans on the At Ease Web have been hard at work deciphering the messages; the first one reads "Yes We Are Still Alive" and another contains the words ""BlinkYourEyes, OneForYes, TwoForNo," which are some of the lyrics from the new song "BodySnatchers". Other messages include "Xendless," "Plausible Deniability," and "Might Not Operate Properly."
Paul Tao on 09/25/07 - 11:42 AM
Radiohead have made their entire catalogue available for non-DRMed digital download sales through 7digital. They have set it up so that albums must be bought as a whole.
Steve Henderson on 09/18/07 - 09:32 AM
Radiohead have finished recording.

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Brandon Allin on 09/07/07 - 01:58 PM
Jonny Greenwood (from Radiohead) has announced two special performances of "Popcorn Superhet Receiver" in New York City scheduled for January of next year, part of the Wordless Music Series. More information can be found in the replies.
Paul Tao on 08/13/07 - 03:21 PM
Radiohead are currently mastering their upcoming album in New York City.
Joe DeAndrea on 07/17/07 - 11:04 AM
Stereogum has put together a tribute to celebrate Radiohead's OK Computer 10th anniversary. Go here to read more about it.
Lueda Alia on 07/11/07 - 09:42 AM
A selection of new Radiohead songs have appeared online.
Steve Henderson on 06/18/07 - 07:06 AM
Last week, "Become What You Hate" won by an overwhelming margin to become what you all thought should be the next single from Midtown's Living Well is the Best Revenge. This week we're going to shift focus from pop-punk to the brooding and the more ambiguous. It's time to decide what should have been.

Radiohead's Kid A came out in 2000 and became an unqualified success even without any formal music video or single. An early Internet leak and buzz from previous albums helped this band succeed into mainstream territory sales of over one million albums sold. Later, the song "Optimistic" made it onto the Billboard charts, reaching as high as #10 on the modern rock charts.

Anton Djamoos on 06/14/07 - 05:36 AM
Anberlin's AOL's Sessions Under Cover can be seen here; the band performs a cover of "Creep" by Radiohead, as well as two acoustic versions of tracks from their latest album, Cities.

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Rohan Kohli on 03/22/07 - 05:11 PM
In celebration of Halloween, Quote Unquote Records, the world's first, donation-based record label, has released a live set free for downwload from The Arrogant Sons of Bitches. The set, which features twelve, one-time only Radiohead covers, was recorded by the now defunct, Long Island ska-punk act in October 2004. You can download the entire set free of charge right here.
Brandon Allin on 10/31/06 - 09:19 PM
On September 19th, a new Radiohead DVD documentary OK Computer - A Classic Album Under Review will be released through MVD and Sexy Intellectual. It is 53 minutes long and includes live and in-the-studio performances of each song off of the original album. Of course, there is commentary by "experts", biographies and a Radiohead quiz.
Paul Tao on 07/26/06 - 10:06 AM
Taken from MammothPress.com: Well, friends...Rock legends Radiohead have finally seen fit to start up a Myspace.com page again. The page will feature links to bands that Radiohead highly reccommend, and will serve as an actual question/answer forum on occassion for the band. That's right...they might actually respond to your geeky fanboy questions!
Frank Giaramita on 06/20/06 - 10:20 PM
According to Radiohead's blog, Dead Air Space, one of the Bush twins was spotted at their second Madison Square Garden show this week. Thom Yorke doesn't seem very pleased about it.

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Katie Schmitz on 06/17/06 - 02:32 PM
The openers for the Radiohead tour announced earlier will be The Black Keys for Montreal, New York and Chicago and Deerhoof for the other six California shows.
Paul Tao on 05/08/06 - 01:19 PM
Radiohead summer tour? OH YES. Some tickets go on sale this Friday at radiohead.com.
Dates6/1 - Upper Darby, PA @ Tower Theatre*
6/2 - Upper Darby, PA @ Tower Theatre*
6/4 - Boston, MA @ Bank of America Pavilion*
6/5 - Boston, MA @ Bank of America Pavilion*
6/7 - Toronto, ON @ Hummingbird Centre*
6/8 - Toronto, ON @ Hummingbird Centre*
6/10 - Montreal, QC @ Salle Wilfred-Pelletier at Places des Arts^
6/13 - New York, NY @ The Theatre at Madison Square Garden^
6/11 - Montreal, QC @ Salle Wilfred -Pelletier at Places des Arts^
6/14 - New York, NY @ The Theatre at Madison Square Garden^
6/17 - Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
6/19 - Chicago, IL @ Auditorium Theatre*
Paul Tao on 05/01/06 - 10:39 AM
Radiohead will be playing a few scattered shows in Europe in a couple months, where they will be playing their new material.
Dates5/6-7: Copenhagen (KB Hall)
5/9-10: Amsterdam (Heinken Hall)
5/12-13: Blackpool, England (Empress Ballroom)
5/15-16: Wolverhampton, England (Civic Center)
5/18-19: London (Hammersmith Apollo)
6/17: Manchester, N.H. (Bonnaroo)
8/12: Obuda, Hungary (Sziget Festival)
8/19-20: Hylands Park/Weston Park, England (V Festival)
8/22: Edinburgh (Meadowbank Stadium)
8/24: Dublin (Marlay Park)
Paul Tao on 03/23/06 - 11:09 AM
According to Rolling Stone, Beck and Radiohead will be playing some shows together this summer.

Source: MammothPress.com
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Frank Giaramita on 02/28/06 - 11:58 AM
Radiohead's new album will most likely be out sometime this fall, with a proper version of the popular online bootleg song "Nude" (also known as "Big Ideas (Don't Get Any)") originally from the OK Computer era, being included on the album. Check out pictures of them in the studio here.
Paul Tao on 02/23/06 - 12:21 PM
NME.com recently wrote an article on Radiohead's forthcoming follow-up to 2003's Hail To The Theif.
Frank Giaramita on 02/03/06 - 10:41 AM
Radiohead have chosen to work with Spike Stent (U2, Depeche Mode, Bjork) on their upcoming new album. New song titles include: "House of Cards," "Glass Flowers," "Reckoner," and "Apreggi."

Source: HSB
Jared Kaufman on 02/02/06 - 12:00 PM
Missing Since Yesterday have posted their cover of Radiohead's "Motion Picture Soundtrack" on their Myspace page.
Ryan Imhof on 01/31/06 - 07:35 AM
Missing Since Yesterday will enter the studio on January 27th to record a cover of Radiohead's "Motion Picture Soundtrack". The song should be posted on their myspace page by the end of this month.
Ryan Imhof on 01/11/06 - 07:23 PM
Radiohead still has no title or release date set for the album they've been working on since August; however, the band has announced that Mark "Spike" Stent will be producing the effort when sessions for the new album resume in February. This is the first time since 1993's Pablo Honey that the band has not worked with Nigel Godrich.

Source: MTV
Jared Kaufman on 12/23/05 - 10:52 AM
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