Posts Tagged ‘Radiohead’

Jonny Greenwood @ United Palace Theatre 09/20

July 9th, 2014
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English multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood is best known as lead guitarist for the band Radiohead. Greenwood is also an established composer and has written soundtracks for the films Bodysong, Norwegian Wood, We Need to Talk About Kevin, and The Master. He has also worked as a composer for the BBC, during which time he composed smear, Piano for Children and Popcorn Superhet Receiver.

In 2007 Greenwood worked with director Paul Thomas Anderson, whom also directed The Master, to score his film There Will Be Blood. The resulting score contains a segment of Popcorn Superhet Receiver as well as music by Arvo Pärt, and Brahms. It won Greenwood the Best Film Score at the Evening Standard British Film Awards in 2007 and a Critics’ Choice Award. Greenwood also worked on Anderson’s movie Inherent Vice. which is due out in late 2014.

Greenwood will be performing the film score live with over fifty members of the Wordless Music Orchestra during a screening of There Will Be Blood at the United Palace Theatre. It will be conducted by Ryan McAdams. Greenwood will play the ondes martenot, an instrument he’s used both as a member of Radiohead as well as as a solo artist.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Jonny Greenwood at United Palace Theatre
4140 Broadway, New York, NY 10033

Time: 7:00 PM

Age Restriction: 21+

Tickets: $59-$99

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Radiohead’s Phil Selway Announces Solo Album Weatherhouse For October 2014 Release

June 30th, 2014
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New music in the works from Phil Selway. The Radiohead drummer is gearing up for his second full-length release. Weatherhouse will be arriving October 7th through Bella Union Records.

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Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood Will Score There Will Be Blood Live For the First Time

April 29th, 2014
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Radiohead’s lead guitarist and keyboardist Jonny Greenwood has announced that for the first time, the score for Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2008 film, There Will Be Blood.
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Bryce Dessner – St. Carolyn by the Sea / Jonny Greenwood – Suite from “There Will Be Blood”

March 8th, 2014
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The New Classical

It’s not too often that rock musicians delve into the realm of classical music, but The National’s guitarist Bryce Dessner and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood do just that on their new split EP, St. Carolyn by the Sea / Suite from “There Will Be Blood,” out this week on Deutsche Grammophon. Both musicians have composition chops—Dessner has worked with the Kronos Quartet and Philip Glass and released his solo compositional debut Aheym in 2013, and Greenwood has composed scores for several films in addition to There Will Be Blood, including Norwegian Wood in 2010 and, more recently, The Master in 2012. Read more…

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Bryce Dessner and Jonny Greenwood Announce Split Classical Album St. Carolyn by the Sea / Suite from There Will Be Blood for March 2014 Release

January 24th, 2014
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Bryce Dessner and Jonny Greenwood are going classical. Actually, to be accurate, the two notable indie-rock guitarists (The National and Radiohead, respectively) are returning to their classical roots with a split album featuring their own orchestral works. Most intriguing.
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WATCH: Colin Greenwood of Radiohead Performs Bass Solo at French Art Show

September 28th, 2013
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While bandmate Thom Yorke is busy parading with Atoms for Peace, Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood makes ends meet performing solo at the high-profile Dries Van Noten runway show during Paris Fashion Week. Read more…

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WATCH: Atoms for Peace Perform “Default” and “Harrowdown Hill” on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

September 26th, 2013
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Jon Stewart showed his true fandom as Thom Yorke and Flea sat across from him on The Daily Show last night. Beaming as he questioned the two on the formation of Atoms For Peace, Stewart displayed zero shame in admitting he’d be dancing off-camera “like a loser” while their band performed their set.
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Robb Flynn of Machine Head Backs Spotify After Thom Yorke’s Boycott

July 18th, 2013

Following Thom Yorke’s recent anti-Spotify action, in which he and Atoms For Peace pulled their entire library from the streaming service, Machine Head’s Robb Flynn has made a strong stance against the move and spoken out about it.
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Thom Yorke Pulls Solo Album and Atoms for Peace From Spotify and Rdio Apps

July 17th, 2013

In shocking news for the music world, Atoms for Peace has pulled their entire library from Spotify in an effort to “help their fellow musicians” along with Thom Yorke’s solo albums. Read more…

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Atoms For Peace Release Footage From Secret Club Amok Show

July 4th, 2013

Footage has now been released by Atoms For Peace of a very secret performance they held last month at LA club Fais Do Do, a venue the band renamed Club Amok for the night. Video of the gig has previously been released, but the new footage provides a more intimate look.
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