Monday, October 15 2007
Sunday, October 14 2007
Put all the marketing talk aside, because what's going on musically on In Rainbows is the best we've seen from Radiohead in quite some time.
Monday, October 1 2007
Thursday, October 5 2006
Ultimately, this documentary is mildly interesting simply because its topic is undeniably so.
Monday, May 22 2006
Wednesday, April 19 2006
Covers are a tricky beast. When, say, Jose Gonzalez covers the Knife, I'm fine with it. But the moment someone pulls an acoustic guitar to Radiohead, I feel a pain in my chest.
Monday, July 26 2004
On Kid A, Thom Yorke uses his voice more as an instrument than as a vehicle for his lyrics. And it’s a beautiful instrument—mournful and keening one minute, pissed off the next, jubilant the song after that.
Thursday, June 19 2003
So even if Hail to the Thief isn’t the protest record of the decade, or OK Computer 2 as Yorke suggested in an interview earlier this year, it’s still an incredible album from a band that continues to redefine its boundaries.
Monday, November 12 2001
I Might Be Wrong—Live Recordings gives a complete picture of Radiohead’s music—the fear, the recognition, and, in the guise of simple desire and devotion, the redemption.
Thursday, August 16 2001
The real change in Radiohead, however, is in their demeanor. They no longer exude the air of whiny, depressed, petulant art-rockers.