Radiohead to release The King of Limbs on Saturday

Radiohead to release The King of Limbs on Saturday

A special Valentine’s Day announcement: Radiohead are releasing their eighth album this Saturday! Titled The King of Limbs — named, presumably, after the hit sitcom The King of Queens — the album is available for pre-order now at the band’s website and will be made available on MP3/WAV the same day. There will also be a newspaper version released on May 9, which features 625 “tiny pieces of artwork,” two clear 10-inch vinyls, a CD, and more.

Order directly at or you can try your luck and send us money at C’mon, take a risk for once in your life.

UPDATE: According to the group’s publicist, the digital release is on the band’s own Ticker Tape imprint, but the album will also see a more traditional release (CD/12-inch) March 28 via labels XL Recordings, TBD Records, and Hostess Entertainment.


• Newspaper Album - PRESALE
Radiohead’s new record, The King Of Limbs, is presented here as the world’s first* Newspaper Album, comprising:

- Two clear 10” vinyl records in a purpose-built record sleeve.
- A compact disc.
- Many large sheets of artwork, 625 tiny pieces of artwork and a full-colour piece of oxo-degradeable plastic to hold it all together.
- The Newspaper Album comes with a digital download that is compatible with all good digital media players.
- The Newspaper Album will be shipped on Monday 9th May 2011 you can, however, enjoy the download on Saturday 19th February 2011.
- Shipping is included in the prices shown.
- One lucky owner of the digital version of The King Of Limbs, purchased from this website, will receive a signed 2 track 12” vinyl.


• Digital only - PRESALE
Radiohead’s new record, The King Of Limbs, is presented here with a choice of two digital formats:

- MP3 version is a 320K constant bit rate file.
- WAV version is a full CD quality uncompressed digital audio file.
- One lucky owner of the digital version of The King Of Limbs, purchased from this website, will receive a signed 2 track 12” vinyl.

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Put this in your pipe and smoke it: High on Fire and Melvins tour together

High on Fire aren’t idiots. Although their fans may be known for getting rowdy and/or smoking substances out of “tobacco smoking devices,” the band themselves are smart enough to get the hell out of the country during winter and celebrate the last few months of Australia’s summer. They’re bringing the equally stoner-friendly Melvins on the road with them, just to insure that fun will be had down under. Both bands are also playing the Soundwave Festival in Australia, along with every band played on modern rock radio in 1999, including Monster Magnet, Queens of the Stone Age, Slayer, and Rob Zombie. High on Fire are touring in support of their recent album, Snakes for the Divine.

High on Melvins:

02.19.11 - Auckland, New Zealand - The King’s Arms &
02.20.11 - Dunedin, New Zealand - ReFuel &
02.21.11 - Christchurch, New Zealand - Al’s Bar &
02.22.11 - Wellington, New Zealand - Bodega &
02.23.11 - Auckland, New Zealand - Whammy Bar
02.24.11 - Auckland, New Zealand - Whammy Bar
02.26.11 - Brisbane, Australia - RNA Showgrounds - Soundwave
02.27.11 - Sydney, Australia - Sydney Showgrounds - Soundwave
03.01.11 - Brisbane, Australia - HiFi
03.02.11 - St. Kilda, Australia - Gershwin Room @ Esplanade Hotel
03.04.11 - Melbourne, Australia - Melbourne Showgrounds - Soundwave
03.05.11 - Adelaide, Australia - Bonython Park Oval - Soundwave
03.07.11 - Perth, Australia - Claremont Showgrounds - Soundwave
03.09.11 - Osaka, Japan - Club Quattro &
03.10.11 - Nagoya, Japan - Club Quattro &
03.11.11 - Tokyo, Japan - O-East &

& Melvins

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Games reinvent themselves as “Ford & Lopatin,” start Mexican Summer imprint, otherwise remain exactly the same

Enough games. Seriously — enough. Games (consisting of Oneohtrix Point Never’s Daniel Lopatin plus Joel Ford) recently opted to rename themselves Ford & Lopatin, in a very utilitarian decision perhaps designed to eradicate their other name as “that guy from Oneohtrix Point Never.” It was only a few weeks ago that we announced that Games and Oneohtrix Point Never will be touring together this spring, but despite the nominal changes, there are no announced alterations to the dates — except that now the lineup will be Lopatin plus Ford & Lopatin.

In addition to sounding like a legal firm, Ford & Lopatin have set up an imprint on Mexican Summer, entitled Software, which will release F&L’s first LP.

Quick flashback: Late last fall, Daniel Lopatin indicated a prospective name change when he tweeted that Games couldn’t “legally be called Games anymore,” and requested fan suggestions. My question: what lazy tweeter came up with “Ford & Lopatin”? (If you’re really curious, Altered Zones just posted an interview with Dan in which he sort of answers the question.)

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Julian Lynch, friend to man and beast, announces new record Terra

That Julian Lynch is one lovable dude. He’s always putting out records of hazy, near-indescribable music on Underwater Peoples and playing shows and doing cool guy stuff. Cool guy stuff like announcing a new record on Underwater Peoples called Terra. That new record will be out this spring and if you’d like to know more, then just chill out and look at the tracklist. Be cool like Julian Lynch, man. That guy is the coolest.


01. Terra
02. Clay Horses
03. Fort Collins
04. Canopy
05. Water Wheel One
06. Ground
07. On Eastern Time
08. Water Wheel Two
09. Disappointment
10. Back

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Trentemøller brings full band, dance performances to the rigid people of Europe and the US

Ultra-atmospheric Danish electronic artist Trentemøller is a busy, busy man. He’s working on remixes for UNKLE and Chimes & Belles, REMIXING HIMSELF (soooo meta) for his upcoming single “Shades of Marble,” and doing some fancy production work for fellow Danes Darkness Falls. He’s at work on the next installment of the excellent Late Night Tales compilation series. And this winter/spring he’s DJing his way through Europe and South America in support of his most recent album on In My Room, Into the Great Wide Yonder. He’s also performing at Coachella and a multitude of international festivals, but perhaps the most exciting Trentemøller news is his upcoming series of live performance dates.

Trentemøller is bringing guitarist/bassist Mikael Simpson, guitarist Lisbet Fritze, drummer/fashion man Henrik Vibskov, and vocalists Josephine Philip and Marie Fisker along to re-create the amazingness of Into the Great Wide Yonder live. Costumes, visuals, and dance performances are also promised as part of the Trentemøller live experience. The magic premieres at Miami’s Ultra Festival and continues on to Coachella before journeying back to the Old World.

Trentemøller DJ dates:

02.11.11 - Hamburg, Germany - Uebel & Gefaehrlich
02.12.11 - Istanbul, Turkey - Massive Weekend / Garaj Istanbul
02.18.11 - Lausanne, Switzerland - D! Club
02.19.11 - Rome,Italy - Brancaleone
03.03.11 - Sao Paolo, Brazil - D-Edge
03.05.11 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Rio Music Conference
03.07.11 - Camboriu, Brazil - Some Festival

Trentemøller w/ Full Band:

03.25.11 - Miami, FL - Ultra Festival
04.17.11 - Indio, CA - Coachella Festival
05.06.11 - Murcia, Spain - SOS 4.8 Festival
08.11.11 - Skanderborg, Denmark - Skanderborg Festival

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Mute announces its Short Circuit Festival lineup; black clothing required for attendance

If your wardrobe doesn’t understand colors that aren’t black, grey, or white and you still think alternative piercings are hip, Mute Records has just made your life a little bit better. This week, Mute announced its lineup for the Short Circuit Electronic music festival, which will be hosted at The Roundhouse London in, well, London, on May 13 and 14, 2011. The lineup is as follows (with more additions TBA):

• Friday, May 13:
Recoil, Nitzer Ebb, Richard H. Kirk, Carter Tutti with Nik Void, Non, The Balanescu Quartet, Pole, T. Raumschmiere, Thomas Fehlmann, Thomas Brinkmann, Komputer, and DJ Daniel Miller.

• Saturday, May 14:
Erasure with special guests, The Residents, Laibach, Liars, Alison Moyet with special guest, S.C.U.M., Poppy and the Jezebels, SFT and Mira Calix, Big Deal, James Brooks, Peter Gregson, and DJ Danny Briottet.

In addition to live music, the festival will also play host to film screenings and talks. More information on that and ticket information can be found here.

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