The King of Limbs

New Installment in the TKOL Remix Series

by Jonathan on August 15, 2011

The band has posted the fourth installment in the TKOL remix series.

Next up is Thriller, Illum Sphere and Shed.

The digital version goes on sale on Monday 15th but unfortunately there will be a delay on the vinyl reaching the shops; you should be able to pre-order vinyl from your local record store or from our store here on Monday.

Take a listen:

You can listen to the previous remixes here.

In case you hadn’t heard, the band is releasing all these remixes as a 2 CD set called TKOL RMX 1234567. The release date is September 16th in Japan and in other countries three weeks later on October 10th/11th.

Tracklisting:

Disc 1:
1. Caribou – Little By Little Rmx
2. Jacques Greene – Lotus Flower Rmx
3. Nathan Fake – Morning Mr Magpie Rmx
4. Harmonic 313 – Bloom Rmx
5. Mark Pritchard – Bloom Rmx
6. Lone – Feral Rmx
7. Pearson Sound – Morning Mr Magpie Scavenger Rmx
8. Four Tet – Separator Rmx

Disc 2:
1. Thriller – Give Up The Ghost Houseghost Rmx
2. Illum Sphere – Codex Rmx
3. Shed – Little By Little Rmx
4. Brokenchord – Give Up The Ghost Rmx
5. Altrice – TKOL Rmx
6. Blawan – Bloom Rmx
7. Modeselektor – Good Evening Mrs Magpie Rmx
8. Objekt – Bloom Rmx
9. Jamie xx – Bloom Rework
10. Anstam – Separator Rmx
11. SBTRKT – Lotus Flower Rmx

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Last Friday, Radiohead posted three new remixes of tracks from The King of Limbs for you to listen to online. These remixes are part of a series and in case you haven’t been keeping up, the first two sets of remixes are also available for you to listen to and purchase.

TKOL RMX3:

After the jump, you can listen to remixes by Caribou, Jacques Greene, Nathan Fake, Harmonic 313, and Mark Pritchard

Listen to the other remixes

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The King of LimbsIn case you’re living under a rock, Radiohead’s The King of Limbs CD and vinyl is now available at all good record stores everywhere.

For more information and to order, head on over to http://radiohead.tbdrecords.com/

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Thom Yorke, the paperboy

by Jonathan on March 28, 2011

Thom Yorke

Thom Yorke surprised many today by handing out copies of the Radiohead’s newspaper, The Universal Sigh, in person today in London.

A huge queue of people lined up outside London’s Rough Trade East this afternoon to try and get a copy of the free publication.

At one point, Thom stepped out of the record store and began handing out the papers to fans to the surprise of everyone.

Read more about the event today here.

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The Universal SighIf you haven’t heard, Radiohead will be distributing a free newspaper at 61 locations worldwide to promote the physical release of the King of Limbs, which comes out on Monday everywhere except North America, which must wait until Tuesday. The band have worked with long time collaborator and artist, Stanley Donwood, to produce a wholly undigital ink-and-paper handout called the Universal Sigh.

From the band:

The Radiohead album ‘The King of Limbs’ will be available for purchase in all good record stores everywhere on Monday 28th March, except in the United States of America and in Canada, where for reasons beyond the purview of this writer it will be available from Tuesday 29th March. On VINYL! On COMPACT DISC! As a DOWNLOAD!

To commemorate this momentous occasion, Radiohead have produced a newspaper which will be given away, free, gratis, without cost to the consumer by accredited vendors from a multitude of locations WORLDWIDE! In the USA, in the Netherlands, in Belgium, Poland, Germany, Austria, in the Czech Republic, in Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Ireland, France, Italy, Slovakia, Finland, Greece, Norway, Lithuania, Estonia, Russia, Australia, Latvia, Iceland, Romania, New Zealand, the UK and a load of other places around the globe, our dedicated teams of newspaper delivery people will be handing out copies of  THE UNIVERSAL SIGH to anyone who wants one, until we run out!

In conjunction with this unbelievable offer, Radiohead have established THE UNIVERSAL SIGH as a website on the internet, where details of your nearest vendor can be found, as well as more informations and a photogallery where we will be posting photos and the lucky owners of the gratis tabloid are invited to post pictures of themselves and their friends reading the newspaper in locations diverse and unusual. There will be other stuff too, but we haven’t thought of it yet.

To see what the newspaper looks like, as well as more info, click here

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Radiohead News Roundup

by Jonathan on March 23, 2011

Thom Doom

Thom Doom

A lot continues to happen in Radioheadland and we’re here to help get you caught up to speed. Here’s the latest headlines:

(image from Metal Faced)

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