Radiohead has spent around two decades breaking new ground, whether with albums like "O.K. Computer" or their pay-what-you want model post-major label. Thom Yorke, its frontman, has paved his own way with solo sets and tours.
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Posted on Wednesday, Mar 6, 2013
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CAvril Lavigne’s new single, “Here’s To Never Growing Up” may reference Radiohead in its first line, but the act it most recalls is Ke$ha.
BAtoms For Peace is the project name for Thom Yorke’s full band when he’s gone solo, and structurally the album “AMOK” shows he’s still its leader. For it, the Radiohead frontman assembled a mighty drum circle.