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Peter Gabriel, Sting, U2, Bruce Springsteen, others – ┬íReleased!: Human Rights Concerts 1986-98 (2013)

The 1980s were marked by benefit extravaganzas, though oftentimes — whatever their noble intentions — they boasted both dubious musical results and unclear benefits. Amnesty International events were different.

The Friday Morning Listen: Sleepytime Gorilla Museum – Grand Opening and Closing (2001)

It seems like everywhere I look these days, there are new articles mashing up the related themes of the demise of the record business with the (so-called) evil of the new streaming services.

The Friday Morning Listen: Radiohead – OK Computer (1997)

I have been spending an awful lot of time lately listening to Bruce Springsteen’s Tunnel Of Love. And by “awful lot” I kind of mean any.

'It's not pop music, not rock': Clive Deamer on Radiohead's jazz-inflected sound

Drummer Clive Deamer, who entered 2012 on tour with Radiohead, is no closer than anyone else to placing a label on their music. He says it’s not pop, but also that it’s not rock. Actually, he hears a lot of jazz in it.

Shows I'll Never Forget: Radiohead, April 9, 2012

At Key Arena, Seattle, Washington: Besides their well-known status as perennial critics darlings, Radiohead have enjoyed a well-earned reputation through the years as one of the best live bands on the planet.

Macy Gray – Covered (2012)

Macy Gray has apparently been listening to rock radio over the decade or so since her breakout R&B-soaked hit “I Try.” Her new album of reinterpretations, simply called Covered, is dotted with songs from the likes of Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Sublime and My Chemical Romance.

2012 Bonnaroo to feature Radiohead, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish and the Beach Boys

Radiohead, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish and the Beach Boys are among the headliners for the 2012 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, as the event’s lineup was announced today.

Lovedrug – Pretend You're Alive (2004)

I found myself pleasantly surprised by the majority of Lovedrug’s debut, Pretend You’re Alive. With no idea what I had in store, I popped the disc into my computer for the first of quite a few enjoyable spins.

Talk Talk – Laughing Stock (1991; 2011 reissue)

I had an odd reaction the first time I heard Radiohead’s Kid A: Didn’t Talk Talk already do this album, back in 1991?

Half Notes: Thom Yorke – The Eraser (2006)

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke must have had a bunch of material laying around after Kid A because, as every review seemed to point out, that was exactly what this follow-up album felt like. The major difference with The Eraser was the tendency toward more organic textures, especially on Yorke’s vocals. Strangely, though, the album came across slightly colder and moreRead More