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Charging fans to download music videos is just a sign of the times
'I'd love to see Mozart on stage playing vintage synths'
The most immediately striking thing about Radiohead's current show is the impact of their new double-drummer line-up, which transforms much of their repertoire, and not always for the better.
Bass: Adam Clayton
Aaron and Bryce Dessner, identical twin brothers and twin guitarists for their band The National, are so in synch that their dialogue can, apparently, be difficult for outsiders to understand.
My parents were... not the best.
The wintersports offering in this north-west state seems behind the times when compared with some of the bigger-name American resorts, but it's gaining ground fast. Minty Clinch puts its pistes to the test
The cult author Haruki Murakami? No thanks. And yet I was hoping for great things from this adaptation of one of his best-known novels
As 'Norwegian Wood' hits cinemas, the Radiohead stalwart tells James Mottram about shaping up to the Beatles and 'real soundtrack writers'
A brief history of a little marvel
"Inside Job shows who really is in power... I would recommend this film to everyone who wants to know what really happened."
What are we talking about?
Norwegian Wood, the film adaptation of Haruki Murakami's 1987 novel about those classic themes: love, sex, death, and liking The Beatles. The UK premiere opens the Pan-Asia Film Festival in March.
Following pretend conjoined-twin duo Evelyn Evelyn and an EP of ukulele Radiohead covers, Goes Down Under is a relatively conventional release from prolific singer-pianist Palmer.
Radiohead's experimental OK Computer has been named the greatest album of the past quarter century by music fans.
Some of Britain's biggest rock stars are joining forces with a famous orchestra – with thrilling results, says Nicola Christie