See also: Thursday night at Bonnaroo 2012Saturday or Sunday seemed unlikely to top Friday, with Lake Highlands girl St. Vincent and the sensory overload of Radiohead's headlining set. Even the day leading up to those shows offered plenty of good stuff, as long as long as one didn't give the plethora ... More >>
Radiohead American Airlines Center Monday, March 5 Around 9:30 last night, the sold-out American Airlines Center was singing along to the climactic roar of Radiohead's 2003 single "There There": We are accidents / waiting to happen Here's the question: Who is Radiohead? Are they rock music's mos ... More >>
From his home in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Jesse Tabish sounded a bit nervous. The leader of Other Lives certainly had every right to be anxious. His band was just about to begin a tour with Radiohead. Well, that tour makes a stop in Dallas this evening at the AAC and Tabish was kind enough to speak ... More >>
With the release of Coachella's lineup yesterday, we decided to ask our resident curmudgeon and "good old days" music expert, Indie Grandpa, what he thought of the annual desert festival, which has now expanded to two weekends. What do you think about Coachella's lineup? First of all, morning ever ... More >>
Not sure why, but fireworks always come to mind when imagining Radiohead. It could be the way the end of "Let Down," from OK Computer, sounds like scattering and streaming embers.Anyway, the point is: the fireworks are coming to Dallas. According to their website,. Radiohead will be at the Americ ... More >>
Photo by Michael Insuaste Thom Yorke in Dallas, 2008I see over on DC9 we've noted the latest bit of breaking Radiohead news: The band's coming back to town March 5, this time at the American Airlines Center. Tix go on sale Wednesday. Nick's got further details concerning the show, among the first ... More >>
Radiohead fans are chewing their nails down to the hilt this week? Why? Because, just a few days ago, the band announced that their new record The King of Limbs will be released on Saturday, February 19, both as a "newspaper album" and a digital download. It's the band's first release since In R ... More >>
Welcome to Staff Trax, the weekly feature here on DC9 where we shed some light on the music we've been enjoying of late, regardless of the touring or album release schedules that tend to bear the focus of most of our coverage. Consider it a chance for you readers to get some more insight into ou ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Wednesday, September 1, 2010...A group of Czech fans recorded video footage of a Radiohead show in Prague, got together, edited it and released it as a free download. The cooler thing is Radiohead caught wind of it and gave the group the master reco ... More >>
The Henry Clay PeopleCalifornia's The Henry Clay People have come a considerable way in just a few years. Currently out on tour with Silversun Pickups and Against Me! while supporting their ballsy new album, Somewhere on the Golden Coast, the quintet chose to go the route of compromise with not o ... More >>
Let's start this off right: We're absolutely not saying these bands suck. We're saying they suck in the heat and humidity of an overpacked, porta-potty using festival. And, with ACL approaching fast and other festivals that people like coming up real soon, there's a lot of choices in that butt-sw ... More >>
Wednesday, December 2, at Gilley's Showroom
Michael InsuasteThom Yorke and Radiohead, seen here at the Superpages.com Center last year, are, apparently, "Quality Rock."Jeff Catlin, operations manager for Cumulus Radio Dallas, says it took all of "five, six weeks, maybe" for station management to decide to drop The Bone and rechristen its clas ... More >>
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