Plus Jay-Z and M.I.A.!
Some lucky, benevolent chump who paid $82 for the In Rainbows "discbox" must've received his a little early, since MP3s from the bonus disc hit the BitTorrent sites with a vengeance last night.
Plus: Milwaukee gives the Fonz his due!
Plus: the nerdiest track ever!
Plus a new track from Britney! Yay!
Radiohead furthered their status as the world's most internet-savvy band on Friday night with a video Webcast streamed on their official site.
Plus: News about Radiohead!
Plus industry news about Radiohead, Sheryl Crow, and the Decemberists.
Plus news on No Country for Old Men, Bob Saget, and NBC's new revolution in advertising.
Plus news about Radiohead and ABC!
Plus: News about Radiohead and Cloverfield.
Plus: News about Nas and Radiohead!
With the band and their management reluctant to disclose sales figures (likely pending the signing of a deal to get Rainbows into retail stores next year), there's not really much to report, but that certainly hasn't stopped pretty much every newspaper and blog on the planet from trying.
New music from the Flaming Lips and Justice!
"We've heard bad things about them. I'm not sure that that's enough; to buy off our guilt with money."
Including Amy Winehouse! And Blanche!
Everything you need to know about Radiohead today so far.
Who carefully considered the ethical implications of pay-what-you-want music? And who, um, didn't?
Radiohead are the new … Oasis?
In just these past ten days, In Rainbows has received more hype than Cloverfield, Halo 3, and the second coming of Christ combined (approximately) … but what if it's a stinker?
Radiohead just sent out an e-mail to fans who preordered their new album, In Rainbows, with information on what to expect when it's released digitally tomorrow.
Which band will succeed in being the first to steal Radiohead's idea? Also, how long before pay-what-you-want pricing stops being cute and we all go back to stealing albums on LimeWire again?
Plus: Music from Radiohead and Sondre Lerche!