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Atoms For Peace @ Barclays Center (9.27.2013)

By Will Oliver, October 1st 2013 — with 2 comments


Photo by Dana Pacifico

Atoms For Peace, the supergroup of Thom Yorke, Flea, Nigel Godrich, Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco, stopped in Brooklyn to play one of their biggest shows to date at the Barclays Center. They played tracks from their debut album Amok, which was released earlier in the year.

Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture all the action for us. All those jittery dance moves and funky shaking are all captured for your viewing pleasure. Take a look at all of Dana’s photos below.
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Atoms For Peace – Magic Beanz

By Will Oliver, April 30th 2013

Over the weekend a new Atoms For Peace song surfaced online. Mr. Yorke tweeted that the “z” is very important. It’s a blipped out scattered track with a spacey atmosphere laid out for York’s unmistakable vocals.

No word on whether its something that will see an official release, but either way, it’s available to listen below.

[music video]: Atoms For Peace – Ingenue

By Will Oliver, February 28th 2013

Atoms For Peace

The same team that choreographed and directed Radiohead’s video for “Lotus Flower” come back for Atoms For Peace’s “Ingenue”, and give us more great dance moves that will live on through gif’s for many months to come.

Thom Yorke and a girl dance together in a clip that matches the tone of the song with ease. Garth Jennings directed it, and Wayne McGregor choreographed it.

Watch the video below.
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[new]: Atoms For Peace – Judge Jury and Executioner

By Will Oliver, January 7th 2013 — with 2 comments

Atoms For Peace have released a new song called “Judge Jury and Executioner” from their debut album Amok. A hum-like bassline starts the song, leading into quick one-two-step claps. Dreamy In Rainbows-era Radiohead “oohs” come in from Thom Yorke along with the strum of an acoustic guitar. It’s a dreamy affair that sounds everything that a Yorke-related project should.

Take a listen/watch a visual for the song below.

Amok comes out February 26 via X.L. Recordings. The single will feature the b-side “S.A.D.”

Here’s the album’s first single, “Default”

Atoms For Peace Announce Debut Album: AMOK

By Will Oliver, November 5th 2012

According to super Radiohead fansite Radiohead At Ease January 28 will mark the day that Atoms For Peace will release their debut album, AMOK.

XL Recordings will release the album of the super-group consisting of Thom Yorke, Flea, and Nigel Godrich. We already heard the stunning single “Default” in September. Last week we heard the b-side to the single, “What The Eyeballs Did”

Find the tracklist below, and stay tuned for more news from the band as it comes my way.

1. Before Your Very Eyes . . .
2. Default
3. Ingenue
4. Dropped
5. Unless
6. Stuck Together Pieces
7. Judge, Jury and Executioner
8. Reverse Running
9. Amok

[new]: Atoms For Peace – What The Eyeballs Did

By Will Oliver, November 1st 2012

“What The Eyeballs Did” is the b-side to Atoms For Peace’s debut single “Default”. The 12″ vinyl of the single doesn’t come out until November 19, but XFM’s Mary Anne Hobbs premiered it yesterday.

The funky bass-heavy track is a magnetic wonder of a journey. Thom Yorke knows a thing or two about sonic explorations, and that is exactly what “What The Eyeballs Did”, does. God damn, that thick bass is oh so sweet.

Listen to it below via Spin.

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