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Hex Girlfriend: “This is a lot more Dead Kennedys than The Smile” - www.nme.com - Los Angeles - USA
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15.05.2024

Hex Girlfriend: “This is a lot more Dead Kennedys than The Smile”

Hex Girlfriend have spoken to NME about their journey from a low-key collaboration in university halls to high-energy sold-out shows on the London DIY circuit, their “political” new EP, and existing outside of the shadow of a famous father.The industrial pop project of South London-based musicians James Knott and Noah Yorke – the son of Radiohead frontman Thom – explained how they have enjoyed thriving on their own terms.“I just don’t get the fascination,” said Yorke of people comparing the band to his father’s work. “This is a lot more Dead Kennedys than it is The Smile.”Having just returned from a writing trip in Los Angeles, the duo said that new material will likely see them pursue a more political direction inspired by their experiences in the US as it gears up for the presidential election.“The EP is sort of about how fascism hides between the doors of golf clubs,” Yorke said.

Jonny Greenwood on what the future holds for Radiohead - www.nme.com - Britain - county Greenwood
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10.05.2024

Jonny Greenwood on what the future holds for Radiohead

Jonny Greenwood has given Radiohead fans an update on what’s next for the band.During a new interview with The Guardian, the guitarist was asked when we could expect new material from the Oxford group – whose ninth and most recent studio album, ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, was released in 2016.“Well, The Smile are on tour, Ed [O’Brien] is making another solo record, Colin [Greenwood] is playing bass with Nick Cave – they’ve just done five sold-out nights at the Sydney Opera House – so lots of music is being made,” Greenwood replied.He went on to say that all his bandmates were currently busy, “just not as Radiohead”.“We’re still talking all the time, we just need to make a plan and get some time together sorted out in advance,” the musician continued. “I’ve never been very good at that.

Thom Yorke shares full details of ‘Confidenza’ soundtrack and music video for new song ‘Knife Edge’ - www.nme.com - Italy - city Big
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23.04.2024

Thom Yorke shares full details of ‘Confidenza’ soundtrack and music video for new song ‘Knife Edge’

Thom Yorke has shared full details of the forthcoming Confidenza soundtrack and the first taster from the record ‘Knife Edge’.In January, it was revealed that the Radiohead and The Smile frontman was composing original music for the film (which translates to “Trust”) from Italian director Daniele Luchetti, based on the book by Domenico Starnone.Now, it has been confirmed that he has worked on the soundtrack with the London Contemporary Orchestra alongside a jazz ensemble which includes The Smile and Sons Of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner.It is set to drop digitally this Friday (April 26) with a release set for vinyl and CD on July 12. You can pre-order/pre-save all formats here. Yorke has also shared the first song from the record, the video for which you can view below.Here is Knife Edge from the Confidenza soundtrack, accompanied by an extract from the film edited by Ael Dallier Vega.To pre-order/listen/watch etc https://t.co/vcBqmUIsIE pic.twitter.com/03OWtgD0tf— Thom Yorke (@thomyorke) April 22, 2024The full tracklisting for the record has also been revealed, which you can view below.1. ‘The Big City’2. ‘Knife Edge’3. ‘Letting Down Gently’4. ‘Secret Clarinet’5. ‘In The Trees’6. ‘Prize Giving’7. ‘Four Ways In Time’8. ‘Confidenza’9. ‘Nosebleed Nuptials’10. ‘Bunch Of Flowers’11. ‘A Silent Scream’12. ‘On The Ledge’The film stars Elio Germano, Vittoria Puccini and Isabella Ferrari, and follows Pietro Vella who works in a run down Roman high school.

Nick Cave announces 2024 European solo tour - www.nme.com - Iceland - Greece - Finland - Serbia - city Helsinki, Finland - city Belgrade - Athens, Greece
nme.com
08.04.2024

Nick Cave announces 2024 European solo tour

Nick Cave has announced a European solo live tour for this summer – you can find all the details below.The Bad Seeds frontman is due to hit the road in June for a run of headline dates, where he’ll be “performing songs from his extensive catalogue”. Cave will be accompanied on stage by Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood.He’ll begin the forthcoming stint with three shows at the Onassis Stegi venue in Athens, Greece on June 1, 2 and 3 before an appearance at the Belgrade River Fest in Serbia on June 18.Two further performances are scheduled for Musiikkitalo in Helsinki, Finland (June 25) and the Harpa concert hall in Reykjavík, Iceland (July 1).Tickets go on sale at 10am local time this Friday (April 12) – you’ll be able to buy yours here.

Watch Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds get “gnarly” recording ‘Wild God’ in new album trailer - www.nme.com - Britain - Ireland - county Arthur - Indiana
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04.04.2024

Watch Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds get “gnarly” recording ‘Wild God’ in new album trailer

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have shared a new trailer showing the band recording their upcoming album ‘Wild God’ – watch below.The Nick Cave-fronted group are due to release their “deeply and joyously infectious” 18th full-length record on August 30 (pre-order/pre-save here). Co-produced by Cave and Warren Ellis, the 10-song LP has already been previewed by its title track.Arriving yesterday (April 3), a new two-minute-15-second trailer follows the Bad Seeds as they cut the album in the studio.

Here’s every song on the ‘3 Body Problem’ soundtrack - www.nme.com - China
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27.03.2024

Here’s every song on the ‘3 Body Problem’ soundtrack

Netflix’s 3 Body Problem has been released – check it out below.Based on the book of the same name by Liu Cixin, the sci-fi series follows Ye Wenjie (Rosalind Chao) in 1960s China whose actions have a profound impact on the lives of a group of scientists in the present day.A synopsis reads: “A young woman’s fateful decision in 1960s China reverberates across space and time into the present day. When the laws of nature inexplicably unravel before their eyes, a close-knit group of brilliant scientists join forces with an unorthodox detective to confront the greatest threat in humanity’s history.”3 Body Problem also stars Jovan Adepo, John Bradley, Liam Cunningham, Eiza Gonzalez, Jess Hong, Mario Kelly, Benedict Wong and Jonathan Pryce.

Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood announces photo book of life with the band: ‘How To Disappear’ - www.nme.com
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21.03.2024

Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood announces photo book of life with the band: ‘How To Disappear’

Radiohead‘s Colin Greenwood has announced How To Disappear, his new photo book that documents the bassist’s life with the band.How To Disappear marks Greenwood’s first book and was two decades in the making. It explores candid moments of Radiohead’s journey from 2003 up until their latest album, 2016’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool‘.According to a press release, the book features candid moments of the group on stage, backstage, in the rehearsal room, behind the scenes, on tour, at work and at play through a time Greenwood refers to as “our middle years: all the joy and doubt and confidence and uncertainty we would oscillate between.”The book also includes a revealing essay written by the bassist about his life in the band.

Watch The Smile headline the BBC 6 Music Festival with the London Contemporary Orchestra - www.nme.com - Britain - Italy - Centre - Manchester - Birmingham - city Amsterdam - city Copenhagen - county Forest - city Brighton, county Centre
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10.03.2024

Watch The Smile headline the BBC 6 Music Festival with the London Contemporary Orchestra

The Smile headlined the third night of the BBC 6 Music Festival last night (March 9), alongside the London Contemporary Orchestra – check out the video below. The COVID-formed, loose experimental band, comprised of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood, alongside Sons Of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner, played a lengthy set at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse, the main body of which saw them joined by the classical orchestra.

Austin Butler and Timothée Chalamet tell us about their obsessions with Radiohead and The Beatles - www.nme.com - county Butler
nme.com
01.03.2024

Austin Butler and Timothée Chalamet tell us about their obsessions with Radiohead and The Beatles

Austin Butler and Timothée Chalamet have opened up about their obsessions with Radiohead and The Beatles.The two Dune co-stars sat down with NME to discuss Dune: Part 2. The actors were asked if there were any current albums that they were currently obsessed with at the moment to which Butler replied with Radiohead’s ‘In Rainbows’ and Chalamet with The Beatles’ 2023 reissue of the ‘Blue’ album.“It’s an old faithful that I have listened to more than any other album. But ‘In Rainbows’ by Radiohead.

Here’s every song on the ‘One Day’ soundtrack - www.nme.com - county Jack - county Cook - county Norman - county Love
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12.02.2024

Here’s every song on the ‘One Day’ soundtrack

One Day has just arrived on Netflix, but what songs are on the show’s soundtrack?All fourteen episodes of the show were released to the streaming platform on February 8, with the lead roles being taken by Leo Woodall and Ambika Mod. The supporting cast also includes Essie Davis, Tim McInnerny and Joely Richardson.Woodall is best known for playing Jack in the second season of HBO drama The White Lotus, while Mod came to greater attention by playing the character Shruti in This is Going to Hurt.Nicholls’ novel was published in 2009 and follows the lives of its two protagonists by documenting one day from each year of their lives over the course of two decades.

Thom Yorke has written the score for new movie ‘Confidenza’ - www.nme.com - Italy
nme.com
24.01.2024

Thom Yorke has written the score for new movie ‘Confidenza’

Thom Yorke has written a new music score for the upcoming film Confidenza.The Radiohead and The Smile frontman composed the original music for the film (which translates to “Trust”) from Italian director Daniele Luchetti, based on the book by Domenico Starnone.The film stars Elio Germano, Vittoria Puccini and Isabella Ferrari, and follows Pietro Vella who works in a run down Roman high school. A synopsis reads: “He strongly believes he can help students strive for a better future and Teresa, and bright and rebellious student, is totally taken with him and his lessons.

The Smile add extra London show to March 2024 UK tour due to phenomenal demand - www.nme.com - Britain - New York - Centre - Manchester - Birmingham - Dublin - city Amsterdam - city Copenhagen - county Forest - city Brighton, county Centre
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23.01.2024

The Smile add extra London show to March 2024 UK tour due to phenomenal demand

The Smile have announced an extra London date on their March 2024 UK tour after phenomenal demand.The Radiohead side project – comprising Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood and Sons Of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner – announced their UK and European tour back in November, alongside their new album ‘Wall Of Eyes‘.The band are due to kick off the tour at Dublin’s 3Arena on March 7 and play dates in Brighton, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham before finishing up with a show at London’s Alexandra Palace on March 23.They’ve now added a second London show at the Eventim Apollo on Sunday, March 10 due to “exceptional demand”.Tickets for the extra show go on sale this Friday (January 26) at 9am GMT from here. Fans can also sign up to the pre-sale here.A post shared by The Smile (@thesmiletheband)MARCH7 – Dublin, 3Arena 10 – London, Eventim Apollo 13 – Copenhagen, K.B. Hallen 15 – Brussels, Forest National 16 – Amsterdam, AFAS Live 18 – Brighton, Brighton Centre 19 – Manchester, O2 Apollo 20 – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo 22 – Birmingham, O2 Academy 23 – London, Alexandra PalaceThe Smile’s second album ‘Wall Of Eyes’ is out Friday, which NME described in four-star review as a “masterclass in pushing rock forward”, adding that it features “some of their best work since ‘In Rainbows'”.It added: “Where previously the comparisons to their Radiohead catalogue could warp expectations, the breadth of the material on offer here suggest that it could, eventually, flip that dynamic right on its head.”Reviewing The Smile live in New York City in 2022, NME described the show as an “expansive and dazzling spectacle”.

The Smile dismiss The Beatles’ influence and share advice for struggling creatives - www.nme.com
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19.01.2024

The Smile dismiss The Beatles’ influence and share advice for struggling creatives

The Smile made a surprise appearance at a special screening event at London’s Prince Charles Cinema last night (Thursday January 18) – where the trio spoke about their creative process on new album ‘Wall Of Eyes’, working with director Paul Thomas Anderson, whether they felt any influence of The Beatles working at Abbey Road, and shared advice for struggling creatives.The event in the capital was to spotlight the band’s creative relationship with Anderson, and saw the premiere of a new silent film of never-before-seen footage of the waking of the band’s second album and new video ‘Friend Of A Friend’, as well as a full surround sound playback of the record. Anderson’s music video for ‘Wall Of Eyes’ was also screened, along with his short film ‘ANIMA’ made for Thom Yorke and a selection of videos made with Radiohead.After the full billed programme was complete, Yorke along with fellow Radiohead member Jonny Greenwood and drummer Tom Skinner (formerly of Sons Of Kemet) then took to the stage for a Q&A session helmed by DJ and presenter Edith Bowman.

Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien says he’s “deep into” next solo album and calls for Gaza ceasefire - www.nme.com - Israel - Palestine
nme.com
02.01.2024

Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien says he’s “deep into” next solo album and calls for Gaza ceasefire

Radiohead‘s Ed O’Brien has shared that he is “deep into” his next solo album and has called for a ceasefire in Gaza.The Radiohead guitarist turned solo star took to his official Instagram to wish everyone a Happy New Year and to provide an apology for his lack of posting on the social media platform. He began with a comment on the Israel and Palestine conflict – and the Hamas attack on an Israeli music festival back in October that saw hundreds killed or abducted and thousands more injured – before share details of the progress of his next solo record.“Like so many of you I have found the events of October 7 and what has followed too awful for words.. anything that I have tried to write feels so utterly inadequate.

Radiohead are “coming back around to that point” of returning – says drummer Philip Selway - www.nme.com - Britain - Eu
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28.11.2023

Radiohead are “coming back around to that point” of returning – says drummer Philip Selway

Philip Selway has hinted at the idea that Radiohead are “coming back around to that point” of returning and reuniting.Appearing on a live stream with the Crow Hill Company on Friday, November 24, Selway said (per Exclaim): “We’ve actually had a little break for a minute; the last show that we did was back in 2018, but we’re coming back ’round to that point now. There is just something particular to that relationship — that creative relationship and personal relationship — actually, you can’t get anywhere else.”He continued: “We’re all coming back around to that point now of thinking, ‘Right, we’ve had a break — this is it.

‘The Crown’ season six soundtrack: every song in the final episodes - www.nme.com
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16.11.2023

‘The Crown’ season six soundtrack: every song in the final episodes

The Crown season six features a wealth of ’90s nostalgia.Created by Peter Morgan, the Netflix show’s final season starts off in 1997 weeks prior to the death of Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) and her lover Dodi Fayed (Khalid Abdalla) in a Paris car crash. The season is set to conclude in 2005, with the wedding between Prince Charles (Dominic West) and Camilla Parker Bowles (Olivia Williams).The season has been split into two parts, with the first four episodes being released on November 16, and the final six episodes arriving on December 14, 2023.The final season’s score is composed by Martin Phipps, who previously did the score for the show’s third, fourth and fifth seasons.

The Smile announce new album ‘Wall Of Eyes’ and UK and European tour - www.nme.com - Britain - Dublin
nme.com
13.11.2023

The Smile announce new album ‘Wall Of Eyes’ and UK and European tour

The Smile have announced new album ‘Wall Of Eyes’ and shared the title track – check it out below.The new album from the Radiohead side project – comprising Jonny Greenwood, bandmate Thom Yorke and former Sons Of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner – is due out on January 26 via XL Recordings, which you can pre-order/pre-save here.The band have also announced news of a UK and European tour for 2024, where they’ll open at Dublin’s 3Arena on March 7 and finish up with a show at London’s Alexandra Palace on March 23. General sale tickets go live at 9am BST on Friday, November 17. You can buy your tickets here and find the full touring schedule below.Title track ‘Wall Of Eyes’ is out now and comes with a video directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Paul Thomas Anderson has reportedly worked with Radiohead spin-off The Smile on new project - www.nme.com
nme.com
13.11.2023

Paul Thomas Anderson has reportedly worked with Radiohead spin-off The Smile on new project

Paul Thomas Anderson has reportedly worked with Radiohead spin-off The Smile on a mysterious new project.The director has worked with Radiohead previously, including on the direction of their ‘Moon Shaped Pool’ video ‘Daydreaming‘ while guitarist Jonny Greenwood has scored for Anderson’s films in the past including Liquorice Pizza, There Will Be Blood and The Master.Eagle-eyed fans on social media spotted that posters for a project have appeared at London’s Prince Charles Cinema linking Anderson and The Smile, who are made up of Thom Yoke, Greenwood and Tom Skinner.The cinema themselves tweeted the image with a side-eye caption earlier today and it features The Smile on a poster with a new project titled Wall Of Eyes.

‘Incredible Hulk’: Edward Norton Wanted Radiohead On The Soundtrack & Director Said Film Only Went Off The Rails At The End - theplaylist.net
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06.11.2023

‘Incredible Hulk’: Edward Norton Wanted Radiohead On The Soundtrack & Director Said Film Only Went Off The Rails At The End

Despite being listed towards the bottom of many MCU diehards’ list of favorite films, “The Incredible Hulk” really isn’t all that bad. Hindsight being what it is, we can nitpick various things, including the casting of Edward Norton, but honestly, given what we’re seeing with Marvel films as of late, Louis Leterrier’s ‘Incredible Hulk’ is pretty fun.

Oasis top new chart ranking the most streamed albums of the ’90s - www.nme.com - Britain
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07.10.2023

Oasis top new chart ranking the most streamed albums of the ’90s

Oasis have topped a new BBC chart ranking the most streamed albums of the ’90s.The Official Most Streamed Albums of the ’90s chart, which is being shared to celebrate National Album Day next week (October 14), features the Top 40 most-streamed albums from that decade, based on UK streams, as compiled by the Official Charts Company. It will air on BBC Radio 2 between 1-3pm on October 14; the programme is available to listen to now on BBC Sounds here.Oasis have earned the two top two slots in the chart with ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory’ at number one and ‘Definitely Maybe’ at number two.

Thom Yorke on the time he was too high to sing Radiohead’s ‘Everything In Its Right Place’ - www.nme.com - San Francisco
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13.09.2023

Thom Yorke on the time he was too high to sing Radiohead’s ‘Everything In Its Right Place’

Thom Yorke has recalled the time that he was too high to sing Radiohead‘s ‘Everything In Its Right Place’ and walked off stage.The Radiohead vocalist was interviewed by Jason Thomas Gordon of LA band Kingsize for The Singers Talk, a new book comprising interviews with some of the most distinctive lead singers in music.In the interview published by Rolling Stone ahead of the book’s release, Yorke reflected on the moment that he “got completely lost” during the band’s encore at the Shoreline amphitheatre in the early ‘00s.“There was one time we played in San Francisco in this really nice outdoor place, Shoreline. It was a great show, really, really fun.

Thom Yorke on why he cried hearing ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ played back to him for the first time - www.nme.com
nme.com
12.09.2023

Thom Yorke on why he cried hearing ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ played back to him for the first time

Radiohead‘s frontman Thom Yorke has admitted that he cried when he first heard ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ played back to him.In an excerpt from Jason Thomas Gordon’s upcoming book The Singers Talk (via Rolling Stone), Yorke explained while the band were recording their landmark 1995 album ‘The Bends’, seeing Jeff Buckley live helped him embrace and get comfortable with his voice.He said: “When we were doing the second record, I went to see Jeff Buckley before he died. And it reminded me of this vulnerable part of me that I was choosing to hide. I remember I recorded ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ on my own to begin with.

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke on embracing having a voice like Neil Young - www.nme.com
nme.com
11.09.2023

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke on embracing having a voice like Neil Young

Radiohead‘s frontman Thom Yorke has revealed how he learned to embrace having a voice similar to Neil Young‘s.In an excerpt from Jason Thomas Gordon’s upcoming book The Singers Talk (via Rolling Stone), the singer discussed how he honed into his signature sound with the help of Young and Jeff Buckley.Yorke shared that he always felt like his register was “uncomfortably high or awkward”. At 18, he created a demo and sent it over to a magazine which earned him a great review and the response: “‘Who is this guy? He sounds just like Neil Young!’”“I went, ‘Who’s Neil Young?’” Yorke recalled. “I’d never even heard Neil Young, so I went out and bought ‘After The Gold Rush’ and was like, ‘Wow! It’s OK to sound like that?’ Because he’s slightly higher than me, but there was a softness and a naiveté in the voice which I was always trying to hide.

Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood announce new London art exhibition - www.nme.com - London - USA - county Oxford - city Brighton - county New London
nme.com
03.08.2023

Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood announce new London art exhibition

Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood have announced a new London art exhibition.The show, which is titled ‘The Crow Flies Part One’, is due to run at the Tin Man Art gallery at Cromwell Place in South Kensington between September 6-10.It’ll feature a series of new paintings that long-term friends and collaborators Yorke and Donwood created together over the past two years.Per a description, the works began as cover artwork for ‘A Light For Attracting Attention’, the 2022 debut album from Yorke’s side-project The Smile, whose line-up is completed by Radiohead‘s Jonny Greenwood and Sons Of Kemet‘s Tom Skinner.“The wider series will be presented alongside a Flemish woven tapestry commissioned by the artists in London to celebrate the album’s one-year anniversary,” the official listing reads.“This exhibition marks a significant moment in a 30-year artistic partnership for Yorke and Donwood, who worked on it together in Oxford and Brighton between 2021 and 2023. It takes its name from Ted Hughes’ poem Crow (1966-69), from which the band name The Smile is also derived, and draws inspiration from the Bodleian Libraries’ collection of Islamic pirate maps and 1960s US military topographic charts.“The works comprise a mixture of gouache, tempera and powdered mushroom on canvas and feature an extensive language of signs and symbols developed by the artists and codified via supporting imagery.”Tickets for the exhibition are available free of charge – you can book yours here.Donwood has created the art for all of Radiohead’s albums and promotional materials since 1994, as well as all of Yorke’s solo records.

Robbie Williams wants to recruit Radiohead for cover of ‘It’s Raining Men’ - www.nme.com - city Sandringham
nme.com
02.08.2023

Robbie Williams wants to recruit Radiohead for cover of ‘It’s Raining Men’

Robbie Williams has said he wants to recruit Radiohead for a cover of ‘It’s Raining Men’.The former Take That singer is keen to get Thom Yorke and co. to do the backing track for his own version of the 1983 Weather Girls hit.He says he is yet to hear back from the band about the cover and may ask Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor instead.He told The Sun‘s Bizarre column: “I want to do a cover of ‘It’s Raining Men’ but I want Radiohead to do a backing track for me.“But they have not got back to me.

Thom Yorke’s son Noah shares new song ‘Cerebral Key’ - www.nme.com
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02.08.2023

Thom Yorke’s son Noah shares new song ‘Cerebral Key’

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, has shared new song ‘Cerebral Key’.The track, which you can listen to below, was released through Sly-Tone Records yesterday (August 1) and is taken from his forthcoming EP of the same name.Vocally it sounds similar to his father as Yorke sings: “He lost himself inside a dream / Nobody was sure what it was supposed to be / It’s clear as day / Just need some time and I’m not afraid.”Writing about the track on Instagram he wrote: “My first time in a studio for my own work, it was a great experience, and i am proud of the results. it has been a reflective and formative process to write and record this project for you, and i hope you enjoy it.”A post shared by Noah Yorke (@ny.wav)It follows his previous single ‘Red Skies’ with Dylan Gers, the son of Iron Maiden guitarist Janick Gers and ‘Lucky Black Cat’.Yorke released his first track under his own name ‘Trying Too Hard (Lullaby)’ in September 2021.

Lizzo sings Radiohead’s “Creep” at karaoke - www.thefader.com
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20.07.2023

Lizzo sings Radiohead’s “Creep” at karaoke

Lizzo is a creep. She’s a weirdo. Or at least that’s what she sings when she’s at karaoke. Yesterday (July 18), the singer posted a carousel on Instagram with the caption “What does Lizzo do after her shows…’???

Watch Lizzo cover Radiohead’s ‘Creep’ at karaoke - www.nme.com - Australia - Britain - Japan - Houston - Nigeria
nme.com
20.07.2023

Watch Lizzo cover Radiohead’s ‘Creep’ at karaoke

Lizzo has shared a video of her singing Radiohead‘s hit ‘Creep’ during a recent night out at a karaoke bar.The pop singer shared a clip of herself belting the 1993 hit in a carousel post on her Instagram. The caption read: “‘What does Lizzo do after her shows…’???” along with a few other photos of her posing in the karaoke place.Lizzo has previously opened up about her love for the English rock band.

What do last-minute Pitchfork Festival tickets cost? - nypost.com - New York - USA - Chicago - Illinois
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20.07.2023

What do last-minute Pitchfork Festival tickets cost?

Pitchfork Music Festival is returning to Chicago’s Union Park for three full days of indie rock, folk, pop, Hip-Hop and everything in between.Occupying the top spots on this year’s bill are Radiohead side project The Smile, folk star turned electro wunderkind Bon Iver, Killer Mike aka half of Run The Jewels, Animal Collective member Panda Bear and folksy “it” group Big Thief.They’ll be joined by industry darlings Perfume Genius, Alvvays, King Krule, JPEGMAFIA and Weyes Blood.Julia Jacklin, Snail Mail, Kelela, Youth Lagoon and Koffee are also set to perform.Basically, it’s like your Spotify “For You” playlist decided to all meet one weekend and throw a festival.Most importantly, tickets are still available for the finely curated musical extravaganza.At the time of publication, three-day general admission passes can be purchased for as low as $199 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes start at $152 before fees.Want to hit the coolest festival around but need a bit more info?Keep scrolling.We’ve got everything you need to know and more about the Pitchfork Music Festival below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A breakdown of all the best single and multi-day pass prices can be found right here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.

How much are last-minute Ottawa Bluesfest tickets? - nypost.com - New York - USA - Canada
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11.07.2023

How much are last-minute Ottawa Bluesfest tickets?

Ottawa BluesFest will electrify music fans for a second straight week at LeBreton Flats Park in Ottawa, ON, CA.And some of the biggest names in rock, folk and hip-hop will be there to help ring in the momentous occasion.Just a few of the top headliners set to grace the stages at Canada’s “biggest outdoor music festival” these next few days include Foo Fighters, Ludacris, The Smile, Mumford and Sons and Fleet Foxes.Pitbull, The War On Drugs, Alvvays, Julia Jacklin and Declan McKenna are set to perform as well.Most notably, some last-minute, single-day Bluesfest general admission passes are shockingly cheap.At the time of publication, we found some passes going for as low as $87 USD before fees on Vivid Seats.Other days start in the $45 to $170 range.Want to find out how much tickets cost and who’s headlining when before purchasing your passes?Keep reading.We’ve got everything you need to know and more about the 2023 Ottawa Bluesfest here.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all upcoming festival dates and headliners for each day can be found below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.

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