The Oxford group draws on its archives to offer a selection of its best shows via streaming.
Radiohead fans are definitely spoiled. After having published all of their discography on Youtube last December, after having put online a “public library” where 100s of rarities nestle, the five from Oxford announced a new weekly program available on their Youtube channel to ease the quarantinos.
Like the “Metallica Mondays” launched last month by the Californian band, Radiohead will broadcast a video concert every week among the best recorded by the group over the course of its 30 years of glorious past. The first of them is scheduled for this Thursday at 11 p.m. (Paris time) captured in Dublin in October 2000.
Recorded a few days after the official release of their fourth album Kid A, this concert revealed on stage some brand new electronic and experimental Thom Yorke’s compositions among which the heady Idioteque, one of the symbols of this twenty-year-old masterpiece.
Since you have no other choice, whether or not you want to spend a quiet night, we will offer you several concerts to relive live. We’ll post one every week until the situation is resolved or we have nothing more to offer. Who knows what will happen first?