Radiohead The King of Limbs

Radiohead Remixes by Lone, Pearson Sound, and Four Tet plus others!

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.


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

Thom Yorke

Listen to ‘Ego’ and ‘Mirror’ by Thom Yorke, Four Tet, & Burial

As announced earlier today, Thom Yorke, Four Tet, & Burial are releasing a collaborative single. Tonight both the A track, “Ego,” as well as the AA track, “Mirror,” were premiered on the Four Tet vs. Floating Points Rinse FM show. “Ego” starts at the 2:30 mark. Listen:

Thom Yorke

Thom Yorke, Burial, & Four Tet Release Single

Thom and Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet
Thom and Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet

We received an email this morning from Text Records announcing a new release that Thom Yorke, Burial, and Four Tet collaborated on:

We are excited to announce the latest release from Kieran Hebden’s brilliant TEXT RECORDS…

A two track collaborative twelve inch from Burial + Four Tet + Thom Yorke…
A-side is titled “EGO”, AA-side titled “MIRROR”. Plain black house bag and black label.

The tracks will get their first airing tonight (Tuesday 15th) on Rinse FM during the Four Tet vs. Floating Points back to back session tonight at 23:00 GMT. We will be shipping this week…

The single is due for release March 21st. You can purchase here.

Radiohead tour

Supporting band

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)