Music draws us back to certain a memories. An essay on the majesty of that, the soundtrack of the mid 90s, love’s and all the things that are like it, and a weird adolescence.
Bonnaroo released their well anticipated lineup yesterday, revealing an amazing lineup at that. The “Big 4” this year consist of Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish, and The Beach Boys. Many Bonnaroo enthusiasts, including me, are estatic that Radiohead is returning after the mind blowing set they graced us with in
RADIOHEAD have confirmed their fourth festival slot of 2012, this time at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival. The festival, which takes place in Niigata in July, will also feature a performance from newly-reformed THE STONE ROSES. It’s a busy July for the band, as they will also be playing at the
Coachella has become one of the most celebrated music festivals in the world. Set in Indio, CA -the 3-day festival has hundreds of bands to see and millions of people to meet. This year, festival organizers promised to make the festival 2 weekends, with the same bands playing, taking place
What do you say in a year where you could listen to almost anything you ever wanted? Spotify has actually made it much easier and more rewarding to go back through artist catalogues and search for hidden gems, meaning that the year was largely spent rediscovering my love of classic
As promised, here is my review of the latest offerings from Thom Yorke and Co. , ‘The Daily Mail’ and ‘Staircase’. Both tracks were recorded during ‘The King of Limbs’ sessions, but they sound very different from each other. Let’s start with : ‘The Daily Mail’. Within 10 seconds,
Thom Yorke and co. will release two new songs on December 19. RADIOHEAD have announced that they will release two new tracks, ‘The Daily Mail’ and ‘Staircase’, on December 19, via the music streaming service Deezer. Fans can also grab the new tracks from Amazon.co.uk. The website At Ease revealed
After quite some time and anticipation the first of hopefully many annual podcast fantasy music festivals ApolloFest is finally here. Two days represented by two separate shows, each broken down into four different stages each being brought to life by four different acts. If my mathematic skills are still sharp and my