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The Record Collector good for experience, not shopping

In the heart of downtown Iowa City, a town packed with art and music of all kinds, sits The Record Collector, a small record and CD shop that opened for business in the early 80s. 521 more words

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Radiohead: Jonny Greenwood Announces Live Debut of 'Water,' Phil Selway Releases 'Coming Up for Air' Video

By Philip Cosores

Jonny Greenwood has interests beyond being in the most beloved rock band of our time, Radiohead. He scores films, for one. And, he collaborates with some heavy-hitters on the classical performance circuit. 202 more words


Frank's Top 5 Alt Pop – Closing July’s Debate on Pop vs Alt Pop

By Deputy Music Editor, Frank O’Boyle

Distorting what is familiar in pop music (what essentially makes it popular), the alternative disposition of post-punk musicians has paradoxically, in abandoning a desire to have an original and new style, created a style. 598 more words


Jonny Greenwood debuts an instrumental piece "Skip Loop"

Even though Radiohead fans have to wait a few months for the band to start working on their ninth studio album, they get a solo track from guitarist/composer Jonny Greenwood. 133 more words


Micropoetry, Erykah Badu & Jhene Aiko

By Shelton Bumgarner

I’m really good a verse.

Really good.

I’m really good at flash verse on Twitter, and that’s how I managed to get, for a brief moment, into the good graces of not only Erykah Badu, but Jhene Aiko as well. 600 more words


Radiohead Play "Paranoid Android"

Listen to this track by game-changing rock quintet from Oxford, Radiohead. It’s “Paranoid Android”, their epic-scale and time and tempo shifting song as taken from 1997’s OK Computer. 913 more words


Byrne, Byrne, Byrne

Wouldn’t the world be a duller place without David Byrne?  Such a creative chap.  Always worth a listen.  He was born in Scotland, according to t’Internet.   207 more words