In a clip from a
longer performance featuring interpretations of several of the band’s songs, (which spent just 24 hours on YouTube recently but may return), dancers from the Polish National Ballet perform to Radiohead’s ‘Reckoner’.
As you see, it works very well.
A very passable homage to Radiohead’s
“Paranoid Android’ by the superbly named Old Dirty Brasstards.
An impressive turn by musician Cihan Gulbudak, who replaces Thom Yorke’s vocal on Radiohead’s ‘Paranoid Android’ with deftly gestured oscillations on the theremin.
And if you enjoyed that, you may care for a similar number he does on Massive Attack’s ‘Teardrop’.
All three of Radiohead’s performances of at Glastonbury (1997, 2003 and 2017) with the video synched and the audio switching between performances. Fake Plastic Trees
kottke/ G Bow
There you go now.
But if Radiohead have their way,
those touts will be ticketless this Friday. For the Dublin show, the name of the purchaser will be on each ticket and his/her photo identification will be checked at the entrance to the venue to make sure it matches the name on the ticket.
Radiohead take an anti-tout stance with Dublin show tickets (Jim Carroll, Irish Times, November1)
Previously: Slave To The Rip Off
The Radiohead futiristic classic reimagined by Trevor Clowry, who sez:
I hope the Karma Police don’t get me for this.
QuintonSung (apparently a Radiohead fan) has recreated every track on OK Computer as 8-bit music.
He’s also done
Because the internet.
(Additional hat tip: @Tim_Feehan)
But seeing as it’s Friday.
Radiohead on Later with Jools Holland in 2001.
Go to 3.26.
Who’s that on the telly?