Spain

New Photos!

by Jonathan on August 21, 2002

There are some new live photos from Radiohead’s recent performance at the Festival Internacional de Benicassim in Spain at http://www.twodeadstars.com/.

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Last night

by Jonathan on August 8, 2002

Radiohead ended their short tour of Portugal and Spain and last night in Salamanca could only be described as spectacular. The band were in a festive mood and even took audience requests! Songs played included Can’s The Thief, You, Big Ideas, Exit Music, Lucky, Fog, and Big Boots! Setlist available here.

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Festival stream

by Jonathan on August 5, 2002

If you weren’t able to attend the recent Festival Internacional in Benicassim, Spain, you’re in luck! This site has both audio and video of Radiohead’s performance archived for you to stream! Just look under the “Archivo Multimedia” section.

(thanks to Neil)

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San Sebastian

by Jonathan on July 30, 2002

Radiohead performed tonight in San Sebastian, Spain. Setlist and reviews are available here.

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Tonight

by Jonathan on July 30, 2002

There are two articles about Radiohead upcoming concerts in Spain.

(thanks to yavadan}}

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Supporting band

by Jonathan on May 21, 2002

Domino Records artist Four Tet will apparently be the opening act for the upcoming Radiohead tour in Portugal and Spain. Here’s some background info about Four Tet:

Kieran Hebden is one of those impressive young geniuses whose creative juices flow like Mount Vesuvius. At 17, he co-founded the outstanding post-rock outfit Fridge, and by the following year, had already released an acclaimed solo record as Four Tet. Since then, he’s managed to keep both projects going strong. Both acts forge a middle ground between “pure” electronic music and “post-rock,” with Fridge tending more toward post-rock and Four Tet toward electronic. Four Tet’s combination of acoustic and electronic elements sounds fresh and unique, particularly at a time when so much electronic music is conceived and produced without ever leaving the digital realm. With its extensive use of field recordings and acoustic samples, Four Tet’s music sounds truly organic and alive.

You can download Four Tet’s “No More Mosquitos” here.
(thanks to Gabi)

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