Jonny Greenwood – Bodysong – Review

March 8, 2004

Over the years, Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood has expanded his “ead guitarist role into a gaggle of duties, from radio static dude to theremin guy to xylophonist.

Radiohead – Amnesiac – Review

February 22, 2002

OK, this is a tough one. Not because the album is difficult, which it is, but rather that Amnesiac is a re-telling of Kid A, so they haven’t broken much ground.

Jean-Paul Bavard’s Tête a Radio-tête – Fiction

June 1, 2001

The tape, oddly labeled “New Unrel. Demos,” begins with approximately 30 seconds of intensely beautiful instrumental guitar-based rock music, followed by a loud clicking noise, and then the voice of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, beginning in mid-sentence.

Radiohead – Kid A – Review

April 1, 2001

Only time will tell if Kid A will play host cadaver to millions of mediocre maggots trying to embed “electronic dabblings” into their “new sound.”

MTV Buzz Bin – Review

August 1, 1996

What MTV Buzz Bin is is a concise overview of post-Nirvana mainstream culture, stuff many of us have come to “love to hate” or hate ourselves for loving.

S.F.W. – Review

November 1, 1994

A fine comp of grunge, punk, and assorted music for the angry. There’s Soundgarden, Hole, Radiohead, Cop Shoot Cop, and Suicidal Tendencies, to name a few.

Radiohead – at Venus – Review

September 1, 1993

The young and dramatically sexual vocalist, Thom Yorke, sang with such energy and emotion that he was drenched in a glistening sweat after the first song.