If you've got some spare time on your hands and you really enjoy watching 400 pixel by 330 pixel videos, well, you've come to the right place, my friend.
First up, over on Unfair Park, Robert bends the rules a bit and posts this music item: a trailer for the upcoming album from The New Year--which, unfortunately, doesn't give us anything except for a couple high-hat hits and some animated bulb flashes. But if Denton producer Matthew Barnhart is to be believed (and, he's a little biased as the disc's producer), the self-titled disc is "the Kadane brother's [sic] best work to date."
And, second, after the jump you'll find something Observer intern Spencer Campbell's been working on this week: a Youtube compilation of the entire Radiohead show. Well, except for "Dollars and Cents." He couldn't find that.
Oh well. We'll take what we can get. And, just a warning: The videos are all posted separately, so loading after the jump takes some time. --Pete Freedman
"All I Need":
"There There" (incomplete):
"Bangers and Mash":
["Dollars and Cents" goes here.]
"A Wolf at the Door":
"Everything In Its Right Place":
Encore 1 "Fake Plastic Trees":
"Jigsaw Falling Into Place":
"House of Cards":
"Exit Music (For A Film)":
Encore 2 "You and Whose Army?":
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