At the start of the week WNYC aired an interview between Hollywood actor and radio presenter Alec Baldwin and Atoms For Peace and Radiohead frontman, Thom Yorke.
In their hour-long conversation, Thom talks about his relationship with his bands, politics, stalking Ed Norton and how Atoms For Peace began as: “An excuse to go on a jolly to L.A. and hang out.”
Thom Yorke recently went into the studio with fellow Atoms For Peace band member Nigel Godrich, to create a mix for Dazed online.
Comprised almost entirely of unreleased solo, Atoms for Peace and Radiohead material, you can stream the results on Dazed Digital and below.
- Cycles MK 3 – Thom Yorke
- You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Angry (unfinished mix) – Atoms For Peace
- Mali: Kono, the Sacred Bird – Mali Musicians
- Proud Evolution (Thom York 500quid rmx) – Liars
- I Don’t Need An Excuse (unfinished) – Thom Yorke
- Bloom (treatments) – Radiohead
- Morning Shiver Down The Back Wood River – Anstam
- Give Up The Ghost (Thom Yorke rmx) – Radiohead
- The Grind – Average Joe vs Unless – Atoms For Peace
Thom also appears as the cover star for Dazed and Confused Magazine February Issue, talking at length about Atoms For Peace and answering select questions from the group’s musical friends.
Here’s the new video for Modeselektor’s collaboration with Thom Yorke, on a song called ‘This’ from Modeselektor’s album Monkeytown. (They also did another track on the album together, ‘Shipwreck’.)
info via [Pitchfork]
Thom Yorke took to the decks for the TKOL RMX 1234567 release party in London recently, doing a 30 minute set that was captured by the Boiler Room.
Check the video out below.