Thundercat at Redbull Soundselect.
(Source: maisiemid, via zofro)
(Source: christymora, via mgiunt)
I need home. 79 sounds great.
(Source: cootiequeen-lintlicker, via zofro)
On the ACL dock, St. Petersburg, FL
Gorillaz - Plastic Beach
(Source: vacuum-packed, via mulled-cider)
Vincent van Gogh, Young Man with a Pipe (1884), pencil and watercolour on paper. Collection of Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Via WikiPaintings.
It was called Radiohead: Behind Every Song.
I needed to kill some time so I started to read up on the In Rainbows songs. When I got to “Nude” I found out so much history about it that I would have never guessed. Mainly, I read that the song has been around since before OK Computer and has been worked on and thrown away over and over for the past 10 years or so. Radiohead however would perform it live under a different name, “Big Ideas (Don’t Get Any.)” So I did some digging, which wasn’t hard because I’m way behind on my Radiohead knowledge, and found these different versions of Nude, or Big Ideas.
I’m sure this is old news to most Radiohead fans, but as you can tell, I’m certainly intrigued. These versions are beautiful, raw, and because of that, somewhat more haunting than the recorded version released on In Rainbows.
Here is one version that happens to be full band, but Thom would perform acoustic only on some occasions.
“Vincent’s Chair”, 1888, Vincent van Gogh.