Radiohead announces Public Library archive

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Radiohead has just announced the Radiohead Public Library via their website. The library is essentially a digital archive of the band’s music, artwork, live shows, videos and more. Among some of the material available are streams of rarities and b-sides like “Spectre” and “Ill Wind,” complete high quality live videos of sets from Lollapalooza, Osheaga and Coachella festivals, their The King of Limbs zine titled Universal Sigh, and Stanley Donwood’s create-your-own-artwork kit for A Moon Shaped Pool (in 66 easy steps). The archive also includes some material that has long been unavailable to stream or purchase, including their 1992 debut Drill EP, their 2005 compilation track “I Want None of This,” and their 2011 TKOL RMX 8 EP. Plus, you can download and customize your own library card. Take a look at the full archive.

Radiohead’s A Moon Shaped Pool is one of our Top 150 Albums of the 2010s.

 

 

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