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ACL Music Fest 2013 Sunday Reviews
Music Story  October 4, 2013, by Austin Powell
"...Thom Yorke broke from Radiohead for 2006's The Eraser, a haunting solo album of fractured beats, glitchy ballads, and unsettling paranoia. Named after a Dwight Eisenhower speech, Atoms for Peace – Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, studio drummer Joey Waronker, Brazilian percussionist Mauro Refosco, and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich – began as Yorke's backing band for the subsequent 2009 tour..."

Playback: In a New York State of Mind
Mother Falcon hits Gotham, Not in the Face sears Vancouver, and Black Joe Lewis comes home
Music Column  June 21, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...Bassist Dusty Rhodes counts Mother Falcon's onstage collaborations as the most unique part of the trip. To date, the band's traded songs with banjo master Tony Trischka, performed "Grace" with Jeff Buckley's old guitarist Gary Lucas, and covered Radiohead tracks with Kickstarter queen Amanda Palmer...."

The Terror: Flaming Lips at SXSW
Auditorium Shores’ gratis mega-bills hit a new high
DAILY Music  February 21, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...King Kong affair in two of Mexico City’s biggest acts performing back to back, Cafe Tacuba and Molotov. Realize that the former troupe, no stranger to Austin thanks to C3 Presents and sporting another unimpeachable electrocution in its new Objeto Antes Llamado Disco, basically remains the Radiohead of our neighboring country...."

Critics Poll
Music Story  January 4, 2013
"...Radiohead, Frank Erwin Center (Freeman)..."

This Is PiL
Sex Pistol and PiL frontman John Lydon, by God.
Music Story  October 26, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Every single word I've written is factual truth, and from the heart, and the value and experience of that – there's a poignancy to it. If you don't want to hear it like that, then I recommend Coldplay and Radiohead..."

Postering the City, Flyering the Town
Fritz "Motorblade" Blaw's still got it covered
DAILY Chronolog  August 29, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...The Web flourished toward its current about-to-metastasize-to-everywhere status. Radiohead? Radiohead...."

Music Review  March 4, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...RadioheadThe King of Limbs (XL/TBD)..."

Austin Symphony With Christopher O'Riley
In closing its 99th season, ASO was at first reflective, then passionate
Arts Review  May 21, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...But then something broke open. When O'Riley came out for his bow, he and Bay were talking excitedly, and then the pianist announced that he would like to play a piece by Radiohead..."

Music Review  July 3, 2009, by Raoul Hernandez
"...All three characteristics mark Wilco's seventh studio LP, Wilco (the album), the latter two par for the course, and artistic stimulus still something of a slippery slope in the continuing wake of the Chicagoans' recorded peak, 2002's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Successive 2004 haunt A Ghost Is Born remains somewhat analogous to Radiohead's Kid A, more extension than reinvention but still face lift enough that its spin-off, Sky Blue Sky (2007), gets relegated to Amnesiac status..."

Slow Motion Sound
DAILY Music  March 15, 2008, by Austin Powell
"...If you did any of those things you were looked down on as a simple composer. These people have grown up in an age when you can listen to Bach and listen to Radiohead, and that’s just the way that life is..."

A Market of Multitudes
Selling less of more is the new music industry economic paradigm
Music Story  February 1, 2008, by Doug Freeman
"...Though some models, like Live Nation's 360 deals – where label, promoter, and management are all one – will take precedent in the new economic landscape, the "market of multitudes" demands more diverse, unique approaches. Radiohead may be able to successfully self-release albums online, but few acts are capable of such digital success and are still at the mercy of an established infrastructure for physical distribution..."

There Will Be Blood
This powerful character study and origin story is rooted in American soil.
Film Review  January 18, 2008, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...His Plainview is, hands down, the most gripping film performance of the year, and as his religious foil, Dano also reveals unsuspected depths. Essential to the movie is the original score by Jonny Greenwood, the Radiohead guitarist and BBC composer in residence..."

National Top 10s
Music Story  January 4, 2008
"...2) Radiohead, In Rainbows..."

Consumer Reportzzzzz...
Music Story  August 3, 2007, by Melanie Haupt
"...I think Björk could have kicked out a better lullaby album, but hey, I like Björk to begin with. Although Ellie didn't seem to like the Radiohead one as much ("Off! Off! Offfffff!"), it really works as a lullaby album..."

Children of Men
Children of Men brims with cinematic gusto, but the plot raises more questions than it answers.
Film Review  January 5, 2007, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Owen is terrific as the disillusioned, accidental hero who is pressed into service by his politically involved ex-wife (Moore, also quite effective). Caine steals every scene he's in as the old hippie living in secrecy in a cabin in the woods, smoking his weed and cranking Radiohead to full blast..."

The Cult of Pitchfork
How former record-store clerks and obsessive music nerds turned a Web site into a hit machine
Music Story  August 4, 2006, by Audra Schroeder
"...And while reviewers rarely give a perfect 10.0, that honor was bestowed upon our own Trail of Dead for 2002's Source Tags and Codes. Radiohead's Kid A also received a perfect 10, while former Dismemberment Plan singer Travis Morrison's album Travistan was slapped with a 0.0, along with Sonic Youth's NYC Ghosts & Flowers...."

The Work of Director Mark Romanek
The Work of Director Jonathan Glazer
The Work of Director Anton Corbijn
The Work of Director Stéphane Sedanoui

Gift guide
Music Story  December 23, 2005, by Christopher Gray
"...Executives want a simple, preferably cheap way to reach consumers; directors and performers want a lasting piece of art. Fortunately, finding an audience isn't a problem in the rarefied circles kept by these four genre auteurs: U2, Madonna, Jay-Z, R.E.M., Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, Radiohead..."

Happily Ever After
This French romantic comedy is little more than a heap of clichés whenever the director and star Yvan Attal's real-life wife, Charlotte Gainsbourg, disappears from the screen.
Film Review  September 30, 2005, by Marrit Ingman
"...Vincent’s scenes are just what you’d expect from a French Sex Comedy – ostensibly racy, but philosophically overstated and obvious, with cues from the soundtrack beating the viewer over the head for good measure. (When Vincent’s still-married parents, Gallic icons Anouk Aimée and Claude Berri, dine à deux in silence at their regular table, Radiohead sings "No Surprises.") But Gabrielle’s scenes are riskier and ultimately more interesting, dramatically and ethically..."

The 'Chronicle' Sells Out, Again; Go Ahead, Lament Us; Table of Contents Not Useful on Page 4; Envision a Correct Map; Fair Reporting on Police
Columns  November 7, 2003
"...Indeed, I'm guilty of playing such 99.75% jazz-free artists as Joan Baez, John Hiatt, Radiohead, Nick Cave, and Elvis Costello (whose current album is basically a ballad jazz album). And don't forget Ben Harper, Morphine, Sidestepper, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Hamell on Trial, Al Green, Gotan Project, Ozomatli, Yo La Tengo, Van Morrison, and Explosions in the Sky (to name a few more)...."

Jazz and More
Postmarks  November 3, 2003
"...I hope it stimulates some conversation among discerning listeners like yourself. I appreciate, as well, your kind words about me personally. Indeed, I'm guilty of playing such 99.75% jazz-free artists as Joan Baez, John Hiatt, Radiohead, Nick Cave, and Elvis Costello (whose current album is basically a ballad jazz album)..."

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