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for a while I have felt the need to write something for our fans, I am very fond of japan and feel awful seeing what has happened since the earthquake and tsunami...
my friends in Tokyo tell me there are now big powercuts and though the city is still functioning there is a lot of re-evaluating going on. Tokyo the temple to light and power is something different now.
that such a fast paced hyperkinetic place can be brought to it's knees is shocking even before the worries over radiation from the reactors.
it is hard to imagine how it must feel
to have witnessed such devastation by mother nature and so many dead .. and. I think a lot about the rest of japan and how it will rebuild itself. how much of a struggle and a leap of faith the Japanese will have to make.

I'm told that in the rest of japan life is carrying on almost normally but rebuilding what has been lost is going to be a massive job.
I hope that the Japanese people we have met over the years are not freaking out, and I like to think the way japan comes out of this will be an inspiration to us all.
Thom
03 April

The Universal Sigh




 
24 March

The King of Limbs

It's Friday... It's almost the weekend...It's a full moon....

You can download 'The King of Limbs' now if you so wish!

Thank you good people for waiting ... Have a great weekend wherever you are....
Ed
18 February

Radiohead - Lotus Flower





Produced and Directed by Garth Jennings

Choreographed by Wayne McGregor

Director of Photography- Nick Wood

Editor- Leila Sarraf



 
18 February

THANK YOU FOR WAITING

THANKS FOR WAITING

THANKS FOR WAITING
Us
14 February

office chart...

1.Fog (Jamie xx Remix) Nosaj Thing Drift (Remixed)
2.Tripped Up Ramadanman Re-Edit Shortstuff Mickey Pearce
3. Sun Days Macc & dgoHn
4. Keep Time Shed
5. Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 903: Fantasia Christophe Rousset Bach: Harpsichord Works
6. SP Morgan Zarate
7. Chazm Julio Bashmore
8. Seamonkey (Untold Remix) Moderat
9. Stereo Freeze Untold
10. 7c 1020 Macc & dgoHn
Thom
11 February

The Dignity Revolution

What have twitter and facebook ever done for us?

Obviously, keeping in touch with everyone but I have to say I have become increasingly excited over the last 3 months about the possibilities of this form of communication.Yes I am very slow out of the blocks. It's in the arena of public protest that it seems twitter and facebook are increasingly the means by which popular movements throughout the world are able to come together and mobilise.

I have been so moved by the peaceful Jasmine revolution in Tunisia; The anti-Government demonstrations centred on Tahrir Square in Cairo.. Social networking has helped facilitate the freedom to assemble peacefully and express oneself. Equally in Britain it seems to be having a similar effect in helping essential protests being organised by students and groups such as UK Uncut against the Government's ill thought out cuts ... Well done those people!
Ed
08 February

office chart

its about time you showed up for work


1.King Of Clubs - Apparat
2.Senorita - Actress
3.South London Boroughs- Burial
4.Organ Concerto in A Minor, BWV 593 after Vivaldi's Concerto Op. 3, No. 8 - Wolfgang Rübsam
5.Whole World - Aloe Blacc
6.Mosh Pit - DJ Trouble
7.The Curlew - Nathan Fake
8.The Turtle - Nathan Fake
9.A Jackson In Your House - The Art Ensemble of Chicago
10. Kill A Man With A Joystick In Your Hand - D'eon
11. Supreme Cunnilingus - Actress
Thom
12 January

Radiohead Haiti Benefit Unofficial DVD

It's almost a year since we played at the Fonda in Los Angeles, a brilliant night that helped raise a lot of money for the earthquake in Haiti. Since then, Inez and other fans have compiled this DVD of live footage, you can download it
Here

Oxfam America have also been kind enough to set up a donation page on their site

Oxfam America Haiti Earthquake and Recovery Fund

Many Thanks to Inez for all her work, and Kii for the excellent artwork for the DVD.

Happy New Year




Colin
07 January

COP 16

The the COP16 climate summit is now underway in Cancun.
Thanks to those 1500 or so women, men and children who withstood the cold to take part in the Brighton/Hove 350.org earth art exhibit on Saturday.
Some pictures of you can be found here.

Also please note that our current prime minister who once made such positive noises to us and to me personally about his party's commitment to tackling climate change will not be attending.
Thom
30 November

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