Watch a Fan-Made concert video of Radiohead’s July 2012 Nimes Concert

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A fan has put together a great video of Radiohead’s concert in Nimes, France back in July of last year.  This was the first concert after the stage collapsed in Toronto and killed their drum tech Scott Johnson.  This video was put together by DavidLightman5 on YouTube. Watch below.

Radiohead in Nimes, France July 10th, 2012 Setlist:

  1. Lucky
  2. Bloom
  3. Morning Mr Magpie
  4. 15 Step
  5. There There
  6. Staircase
  7. The Gloaming
  8. Separator
  9. I Might Be Wrong
  10. Pyramid Song
  11. Nude
  12. Identikit
  13. Lotus Flower
  14. Feral
  15. Little By Little
  16. Paranoid Android
  17. Treefingers (First live performance?)
  18. Give Up The Ghost
  19. Videotape
  20. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
  21. Everything In Its Right Place
  22. Idioteque
  23. Reckoner


Thom Yorke interview continued in Dazed Magazine

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Dazed and Confused magazine has posted more from their interview with Thom Yorke on their website.  Thom answers questions from other musicians and they are giving you the chance to design a mixtape cover for a chance to win a Thom Yorke signed Atoms For Peace album.

He was asked by RYAT: Who is your favourite female artist of all time?

“I’ve got two – it’s still Björk and Polly (PJ Harvey). That’s my generation.” He also added, “I still obsess about White Chalk, Polly’s (2007) album. Their records changed my life. Just everything about them. I couldn’t pick it apart, but they resonate for me on an emotional level.”

LAPALUX asked him: Do you think listening to other music while you’re creating music is an inspiration or a hindrance?

“I think you have to listen to music that’s so far away from what you’re doing that it almost cleanses you. When we were doing OK Computer we listened to a really extreme Coltrane track, the one that apparently sent Syd Barrett mad after he had done acid. It’s so intense, just 20 minutes of freeform jazz – it’s like taking a shower, there’s so many notes. It’s like, ‘Okay, I’m ready now.’ I was beaten to a pulp after listening to it. Anything coherent after that sounds wonderful. (laughs)”

ARCA asked him who his favorite rapper is and he responded:

“DOOM. Ultimately to me it’s not rapping at all, it’s poetry. The way he freeforms his verses and puts it all together, I don’t think anyone else quite does it like that. I don’t necessarily like a lot of the beats, but he’s always amazing. ‘Guvnor’ (from JJ DOOM’s Key to the Kuffs) was my single of 2012. It’s genius, that tune.”

Read the full interview here:  Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.