LONDON (AP) — Radiohead says a trove of unreleased music has been stolen for ransom. But instead of paying up, the band will release it in aid of environmental activist group Extinction...
‘Suspiria’ stars recover from ‘bonkers’ Venice premiere
Thom Yorke, Gorillaz and LCD Soundsystem will headline Sonar Festival.
The huge acts will take to the stage at the Barcelona music extravaganza, which takes place on June 14-16, in celebration of the spectacle's 25th anniversary this year.
Several other stars will also perform, including Diplo, who will curate a showcase as part of Sonar by Day, as well as Wiley, Richie Hawtin, Modeselektor, Ólafur Arnalds, Cornelius, Bonobo, Goldlink, John Talabot, Laurel Halo, A-Trak, DJ Harvey, and Yung Lean.
Lana Del Rey insists her song 'Get Free' was not inspired by Radiohead hit 'Creep', and is ready to fight a legal battle.
The 'Video Games' singer confirmed reports that Radiohead are suing her for copyright infringement over the track on her latest album 'Lust For Life' which they claim is too similar to their 1993 tune.
The name says it all. Day for Night is a 24/7 party, people.
Noel Gallagher still thinks his cat Boots is more rock 'n' roll than Radiohead.
The former Oasis guitarist previously mocked his Britpop rivals' credentials as a rock band, and though he says the 'Creep' hitmakers have done some "great" songs since, he still doesn't think they live up to his "demon" pussy.
When asked if he stands by his insult, he said: "Absolutely. Boots is a f***king demon."
He added: "Listen, they have done some great stuff."
Radiohead performed a show in Israel last night (19.07.17), despite protests to axe the concert.
The British band played 28 songs at Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv, their longest gig in over a decade, after ignoring calls from stars such as British director Ken Loach to call off the event over human rights violations in the country.
Radiohead slammed the British Prime Minister as they headlined Glastonbury on Friday (23.06.17).
The English rock band, which is comprised of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood, and Phil Selway, took to the Pyramid stage last night to wow crowds at the three-day music extravaganza, which took place in Somerset, England.
Outside Lands 2016: Radiohead, J. Cole, Duran Duran Among Highlights
The 2016 Outside Lands was a smash success, drawing over 200,000 music lovers and hosting dozens of cool acts during its three-day run, Friday-Sunday, at San Francisco's lovely Golden Gate Park. Here are some of the many highlights from the festival.
J. Cole -- The 31-year-old North Carolina rapper displayed towering talent, as well as near-blinding star power, as he rocked a huge crowd on Friday with selections from his increasingly impressive catalog. Just chalk it up as...
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