Radiohead release hacked music after $150k ransom threat

Radiohead are releasing 18 hours of previously unheard but “not very interesting” music after hackers gained access and demanded a ransom.
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Radiohead and Janet Jackson to enter the Rock Hall of Fame

Def Leppard, Roxy Music, The Zombies, Stevie Nicks and The Cure will also be inducted in 2019.
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Radiohead deny suing Del Rey for ‘copying song’

Radiohead have denied claims they filed a lawsuit against Lana Del Rey for copyright infringement.
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Lana Del Rey Says She’s Facing a Potential Radiohead Lawsuit Over Song Similarities

Lana Dey Rey has claimed that Radiohead may sue her over similarities between her 2017 song “Get Free” and their hit 1992 song “Creep.”

“It’s true about the lawsuit,” the 32-year-old singer wrote on social media on Sunday, responding to rumors that began circulating after British tabloid the Sun claimed that the band was considering suing Del Rey for copyright infringement.

Addressing the matter on social media, Del Rey went on to claim that her song was not inspired by the band’s hit single.

“Although I know my song wasn’t inspired by Creep, Radiohead feel it was and want 100% of the publishing,” she wrote, adding that she had “offered up to 40 over the last few months but they will only accept 100.”

“Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court,” she continued.

PEOPLE’s request for comment from Radiohead was not immediately returned.

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Rolling Stone reported that Radiohead faced similar legal situation following the release of “Creep” in 1992.

According to the outlet, after the band admitted there were similarities between their song and the Hollies’ “The Hair That I Breathe,” the lawsuit was settled out of the court, with Radiohead giving some of the publishing to “The Hair That I Breathe” songwriters Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood.


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Radiohead hit back at Loach criticism of Israel gig

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has hit back at Ken Loach over criticism of the band’s upcoming gig in Israel.
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Radiohead take to the Pyramid Stage

They are headlining Glastonbury for the third time, as they celebrate 20 years of OK Computer.
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Radiohead refuses to cancel Israel concert

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has defended the band’s decision to play a controversial concert in Israel next month.
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Bryan Deister Is New Music for Radiohead Fans

If the surprise release of “Burn the Witch” has you craving lo-fi electronic tunes set ablaze by Thom Yorke’s soaring warbling, Spines of the Heart— a newly released experimental alt-rock album from classically trained musician Bryan Deister (who sounds awfully similar to Yorke vocally)–should be the next LP in your download queue.

Trained in classical, jazz, blues, and progressive rock at Berklee, Bryan writes, sings, and composes all parts of his tracks–including the chorals, polyrhythms, and music for rare and unique instruments (like funk banjos and rice percussion). Spine‘s lead single, “Into the Sky,” has peaked at #5 and #148 on the Digital Radio Tracker Charts for Independent Music and National Airplay, respectively.

Spines is an ambitious double album, mastered by Grammy Award-winning Bernie Grundman (who boasts many legendary projects to his name, including mastering Dr. Dre’s The Chronic). While the considerable number of tracks–22–does feel overwhelming at times, there are enough standouts to pull the listener through to the end.

Many of the initial tunes are simultaneously calming and emotional, evoking Sigur Ros and other such post-rock acts with minimalist aesthetic elements. “Today” , “Nobody Angel” , “Emily,” and “Sure” conjure many similarities to Radiohead, chiefly Deister’s voice, which moans and soars its way through every song.

Additional outstanding tracks include “Wait,” for its cool and complex vocals, and “What You Want,” for it’s percussion-driven, rock edge. There are a few songs that stick out as slightly lesser than the rest, like “Silent Screams,” which seems almost too playful to blend with the Nirvana-esque brooding that’s heavily and expertly served on Spines. But a little extra fat does not significantly detract from the potential of the album, which Deister has called an “almost too personal” and “reflective” LP.

For updates from this promising art-rock newcomer, follow him on Facebook.

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Radiohead Release Surprise New Song And Video

Two days after deleting their entire social media history, the Oxfordshire five-piece post a new song and video.
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Radiohead: We Were Asked To Write Bond Theme

The band releases the song they were asked to write for Spectre – but do not reveal why it never made the cut.
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