Radiohead tour

South Park T-Shirts

w.a.s.t.e. is now selling the t-shirts that were sold during the July 7 South Park show in Oxford. The shirts, which also incorporate the animated South Park TV series in them, can be bought Online at w.a.s.t.e. Proceeds will go to various charities. {thanks to Trollok}

Radiohead tour

North American Tour

Here’s some ticket information from the good people at w.a.s.t.e.:
Tickets for North American Tour

W.A.S.T.E LOTTERY – w.a.s.t.e have once again begged for some tickets to sell direct to fans. Please go to and click on NORTH AMERICAN TICKETS. You will have the opportunity to request tickets for the August USA shows using our lottery system which will start from 12.01 am on June 7th, 2001 until noon on June 10th, 2001. Your request will be entered into a lottery to see who gets to buy what and where….. whether you are successful or not, you will be e-mailed within 72 hours of the close on the 10th.

GENERAL ON-SALE DATE – June16th, 2001

The easiest way to request tickets will be on-line through w.a.s.t.e. starting one minute after midnight, June 7th, but for those of you non-internet savvy types out there, you can also purchase tickets or get information about your request by calling 1-804-951-0327 beginning June 9th at 9:00 am. Our phone lines will be open June 9th from 9:00 am until 9 pm and on June 10th from 9:00 am until noon. THERE IS NO PREFERENCE GIVEN TO TIME OR METHOD OF ORDER; everyone gets a fair chance.

Please do not scramble to get there – relax, sit back and take your time. There is no hurry and no first come first served rush to contend with………anytime over those three and a half days will do.

(All times noted above are in Eastern Standard Time for US and Canada)

Kid A Phil Selway Radiohead tour

News for August 25, 2000

More Playbacks!

An announcement was made on the official message board this morning that there would be more Kid A playbacks! Here’s what was posted:

Here’s an idea that may please some people. The very nice chaps at the record company are letting people listen to KID A before it is released… fact on the 4th or 7th of sept, depending on where you live.

here’s how.

You will need to go to your local indie record shop (see list below) to queue for your
ticket early on 2 September (probably earlier than opening time, yikes!!) – there
should be posters up instore about the playbacks.
– Tickets will be handed out on a first come, first served basis – strictly
1 ticket per person.
– The playbacks on either 4th or 7th September (depending on city) will
start at 7pm and finishing around 9pm at each venue.

Record shops to get ticket from: Picadilly, Vibes (in Bury), X Records (in
Playback date: Monday 4 September
Venue: The Roadhouse, 8 Newton St, Piccadilly, Manchester

Record shops to get ticket from: Fopp, Avalanche, Record Factory (in
Playback date: Monday 4 September
Venue: King Tuts, 272A St Vincents Street, Glasgow.

Record shops to get ticket from: Windows, RPM, Spin
Playback date: Thursday 7 September
Venue: The Cluny, Lime Street, Newcastle

Record shops to get ticket from: Polar Bear, Chalkys (in Banbury), Modern
Music (in Abingdon), Powerplay (in Newbury), Music Box (in Wallingford)
Playback date: Thursday 7 September
Venue: Zodiac, 190 Cowley Road, Oxford

Record shops to get ticket from: Spillers, Hitman (in Newport), Diverse (in
Playback date: Thursday September
Venue: Ifor Bach, 11 Womanby Street, City Centre, Cardiff

I think that’s about it.

Good luck people, we are relying on you.

Tinkerty Tonk


It was also mentioned that some playbacks of Kid A will most likely happen in the United States soon!

Phil on Radio 21

Phil will be interviewed on the Belgian radio station, Radio 21, on Monday, August 28, between 2 and 3pm.

More blips to be made available

Pretty soon you’ll be able to view more official Radiohead blips promoting Kid A at Go here to find out more!

Just when you think they’re gone

w.a.s.t.e. has graciously put up more tickets for the tent tour starting next month. Head on over here to order!

More articles

NME is running a story about Grant Gee (MPIE director) and Radiohead working on some live footage. Read that story here.

Dotmusic has a story about Radiohead’s fifth album, rumored to be out next Spring. They talked to one of Radiohead’s managers, Chris Hufford, who confirmed the release of a fifth album. Go here to read that article.













Kid A Radiohead

News for August 16, 2000

Congrats to the lucky ones!

All the winners who were chosen to hear Kid A tomorrow should have been contacted by now. If you haven’t been emailed, you didn’t win. The Kid A playback will be tomorrow at a secret location in London for 100 w.a.s.t.e. members.

On Friday, press and other media outlets will get a chance to hear the album in another playback.

NME hears Kid A

Go and read the latest from the NME.

Kid A Radiohead

News for August 11, 2000

Call in sick. Kid A is playing.

The following message was posted on the official RH message board:

Okay stand by your beds polish your medals and listen in.

I would be grateful if you could let anybody you have on your mailing list find out about the following. ”


KID A playback session

If you can be in London on the Thursday 17th August and would like to be one of the first to hear the new album please read on.

At a secret venue in somewhere in London 100 w.a.s.t.e.r.s will get the opportunity to listen to KID A.

here’s how it will work…………..

If you can be in London on the 17th August send one (and only one) e-mail with your name as the subject to

the first fifty w.a.s.t.e.r.s chosen at random will be notified (on tuesday 15th by return e-mail) of the details of the playback sessions . You will be allowed 2 places (so you can bring a friend) for one of the sessions that will take place during the day of the 17th. As yet we cannot confirm the timings so please make sure you can be free all day. You may have to call in sick!!

If you haven’t heard anything by the end of play on tuesday 15th, assume that you haven’t been chosen.

Unfortunately, I haven’t the time to enter into any correspondence about the playback sessions, so please don’t expect me to answer your questions.

Good luck everybody.

Tinkerty Tonk

If you aren’t a member of w.a.s.t.e., you better join now! It’s free! Go for more info.

Preorder Kid A!

You can now preorder Kid A at!






Radiohead tour

News for March 13, 2000

Did You Get Your Tickets?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone if you didn’t. Radiohead’s only announced show this year at the Royal Festival Hall in London sold out in less than 30 minutes! A spokesman of the venue told NME: “This is totally unprecedented for us, although not unexpected. All of our 40 phone lines have been jammed all morning and we have one of the biggest box offices in London. There is still a huge amount of traffic on our website, but people are just getting turned away!”

The concert in set for July 1, 2000, and as reported earlier is part of Scott Walker’s Meltdown 2000 Festival.
If you did not get a ticket and are a member of W.A.S.T.E., don’t fret… W.A.S.T.E. has reserved 500 tickets for it’s members to purchase. Here’s some info from W.A.S.T.E.:

w.a.s.t.e has 500 tickets to sell to members at £20.00 per ticket
To join w.a.s.t.e click this link (if you are not already a member)
Please send by post, your full name, address, postcode, day-time telephone number and e-mail address (where possible) and indicate whether you would like to buy one or two tickets.
Pop that information into an envelope and send to:

Meltdown @ W.A.S.T.E.
PO BOX 322

The closing date for this is April 24th 2000, when we will pick winners out of a big box. We will contact all winners using various communication methods by the 30th April 2000 and give payment information at that time.

N.B. Please do not send w.a.s.t.e any e-mails for tickets – only postal requests will be accepted. Do not send any payment until contacted by w.a.s.t.e after the 24th April 2000. Please remember to state whether you would like one or two tickets.