Thom Yorke on the WTF Podcast with Mark Maron and other news


Thom Yorke was on the WTF podcast with Mark Maron on Monday, where he discussed politics, musical influences and Radiohead.  You can listen to the entire podcast here (the interview starts around 12 minutes).

Atoms For Peace and Stanley Donwood opening Drawing Room in London

Atoms For Peace and Stanley Donwood will be opening the Drawing Room in London at The Enterprise, which is located across the street from London Roundhouse where Atoms For Peace will be playing for three consecutive nights (July 24, 25 and 26).  XL Recordings says the Drawing Room will consist of: “an Atoms For Peace-themed visual wonderland. Part-gallery, part-shop and part hanging-out space, it will feature handmade and exclusive vinyl, posters and curiosities for sale, many of which will be ‘live printed’ in The Drawing Room on a specially-installed silk screen printing press.”

For more information on the Drawing Room visit XL Recordings.

Atoms For Peace offering High-Quality Audio and Video from London shows through Soundhalo

Atoms For Peace will be offering downloads and streaming of two of their upcoming  three shows in London on the 25th and 26th through Soundhalo.

Nigel Godrich on Soundhalo:

“Part of the reason Soundhalo was interesting to me was that I found myself wondering why, whenever you go to a gig, the next day there are a million shaky, horrible sounding YouTube videos already online, but you go and look because you want to see something of your experience. Soundhalo provides something really functional– an experience that you want to remember in front of you as soon as the concert has happened. To be able to relive that is a really great thing.”