Radiohead Open “Public Library” With Repository of Rarities
Photo: Radiohead Twitter
Radiohead threw open the vaults on January 20th, with a new project dubbed “Radiohead Public Library”, which gathers together nearly three decades of the band’s artistic output, including rare tracks, live music, remix EPs, galleries with art work, unseen in-studio photos, links to buy and stream their albums and live performance footage.
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We present: the RADIOHEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY. pic.twitter.com/H7Ft6lNuuN
— Radiohead (@radiohead) January 20, 2020
All you need to do is make your own library card for the free site and then do a deep dive into videos, music, artwork, TV performances, their legendary Bonnaroo sets, old versions of their official websites and out-of-print merch.
All five of the band’s members will take turns as librarians during the first week, each curating their own mix of materials.