Radiohead 12″ Remix Series

by David Tschiegg (Graphic Design), published July 21st 2011

Months after the release of their latest full length The King of Limbs, English rock band Radiohead announced a series of remixes to be released in a set of three seperate 12″ records.

The first pair of remixes was released digitally on July 1st and includes a remix of “Lotus Flower” by Jacques Greene as well as an excellent remix of ”Little by Little” by Caribou. Next in the series, released digitally on July 15th, is remixes of “Morning Mr. Magpie” by Nathan Fake and two version of “Bloom” both by Mark Pritchard under his name and Harmonic 313. Finally the third installment in The King of Limbs 12″ remix series, set to release August 1st, features versions of “Feral” by Lone as well as remixes of “Morning Mr. Magpie” by Pearson Sounds (aka Ramadanman) and “Seperator” by Four Tet.

You can purchase the 12″ vinyls at local independent record stores or find them here along with WAV and MP3 versions of the remixes. All remixes will be compiled onto a single CD to be released in the fall. You can also listen to them streaming below in addition to a video of Radiohead’s recent performance at Glastonbury.


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