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Radiohead


Reviews


In Rainbows (2007)


Openly emotional and very human-sounding latest long player from Radiohead, which, despite being initally released as a download, with a CD version available as from January 1st, shows that the age of the album is far from dead


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Interviews

Ed O'Brien
Interview Ed O'Brien - Interview

Radiohead guitarist and vocalist Ed O’Brien chats to Nick Dent-Robinson about his warmly praised solo debut LP 'Earth' under the guise EOB,


Kilowatthours
Interview Kilowatthours - Interview

With an intense emphasis on improvisation, indie rockers the Kilowatthours have drawn comparisions with both My Bloody Valentine and Radiohead. Frontman Chris Renn talks to new writer Adam Day about the band's latest album 'The Bright Side'


Live

Easy Star All Stars
KOKO, London, 28/4/2009 Easy Star All Stars - KOKO, London, 28/4/2009

Reggae act Easy Star All Stars play covers of songs by bands such as the Beatles, Pink Floyd and Radiohead. Ben Howarth enjoys their show at the London KOKO, but finds it marred by some ramshackle and over-the-top encores


Radiohead
Victoria Park, London, 26/6/2008 Leonard Cohen - Victoria Park, London, 26/6/2008

At a gig at London's Victoria Park to promote their 'In Rainbows' album, Mark Rowland watches Radiohead play an enthusiastic, eco-friendly set to an ecstatic crowd


On a Friday
Dublin Castle, London, 18/1/2008 Hold Steady - Dublin Castle, London, 18/1/2008

On a Friday have been garnering a reputation over the last few months for their strong stage presence and for having the same original name as Radiohead. Sarah Maybank watches them play an inflammatory set at the Dublin Castle in London


Muse
Doncaster Dome, 10th November 2001 Muse - Doncaster Dome, 10th November 2001

It's a complete sell-out and a tangible buzz anticipation has descended on the couple of thousand or so who have gathered here tonight at Doncaster's vacuous Dome venue to see Muse. Ironically, the last time I was here was to see Radiohead on their OK Com


Features

Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll
September 2006 Miscellaneous - September 2006

Radiohead's Thom Yorke, the Manic Street Preachers' James Dean Bradfield and Idlewild Roddy Woomble have all recently released solo albums. Ben Howarth looks at them in the latest in his 'Condemned by Rock 'n' Roll' column







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