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Watch Radiohead’s Scotch_Mist webcast online

Yes, we made it to the other side. Best wishes for 2008 everyone! Radiohead have broadcast their second webcast of the year (technically the first of this year) last night, Scotch_Mist.

The film was made by Radiohead, Nigel Godrich, Adam Buxton, Garth Jennings, Stanley Donwood, Ric Jerrom, Hugo Nicolson and Dan Grech-Marguerat. The webcast features live performed songs (Weird Fishes/Arpeggi, Bodysnatchers, Jigsaw Falling Into Place, 15 Step, Videotape, Reckoner, House Of Cards and All I Need), a track from the previous webcast (Faust Arp – Jonny & Thom) and a video for Nude. The full video is now avaialable online. Have a look.

More Scotch_Mist videos.

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  • it was awesome. really. really. great.

  • what is that sampler thing used in video tape. Drum machine?

  • No waaay it cuts off the climax of Videotape!

  • Is there another video? This one stops as they are playing Videotape…

  • […] Scotch_Mist info via Atease: The film was made by Radiohead, Nigel Godrich, Adam Buxton, Garth Jennings, Stanley Donwood, Ric […]

  • link update:

  • […] Scotch_Mist info via Atease: The film was made by Radiohead, Nigel Godrich, Adam Buxton, Garth Jennings, Stanley Donwood, Ric […]

  • Thanks Joel for the new link! 🙂

    Nude was awasome.. 😮

  • Radiohead remain the greatest rock ‘n roll band of ALL time! Great album, great video- thanks for keeping the fans happy!

  • Is there any chances of radiohead releasing this on dvd? be gd to own it

  • I am an addict. I have played this one since day one. Once an over, every time is better. Thanks RH!

  • […] the first week of the year where we watched the Scotch_Mist webcast, speculated about chart entries and album sales and read about Radiohead management telling us why […]

  • Fantastic!! Loved it! It makes me want
    and ElectroVoice RE20 mic now. Thom sounds
    great with it. I wonder if he used that on the record.
    BTW John – the drum machine on Videotape, at least as seen here, is the Roland TR-909.

  • wow, wow wow.

  • […] new years webcast, Scotch_Mist is getting it’s UK TV premiere on MTV TWO this Sunday as part of a night devoted to the […]

  • thank u for this big present. i’ve embed to my blog – of course. see u in milan on 17 and 18 june. i’ll be there clumbing up the walls!!! i’ve just recived the discbox…speechless, absolutly incredible!!!i love u!

  • […] Adam Buxton had posted some behind the scenes info and pictures from Radiohead’s latest webcast on his website. Adam helped Radiohead with their first 2007 webcast ‘Thumbs_Down’ and was also involved with the second one, ‘ Scotch Mist‘. […]

  • great stuff!!!!

  • They’re the best! I wish I could have seen it on New year’s Eve.It would have given me a boost for the new year.

  • it was good i really enjoyed it but wheres the rest of “Videotape”? it just kinda cut off mid sentence like the sopranoes, lol. but seriously where the rest of the vidoes?

  • radiohead is not a rock n roll or rock band

  • Good stuff. I like the studio cams. Where ya’ll based out of?

  • Nice way to start my day at the office !..this what music is about…underground, humble and totally about the music..nothing else !

  • Girl A stone crossing otherones steps.
    Stems of sorrow ettle other your soul.
    A dunk garden hunted by rotten hosts and frozen lost!!!

  • Just thought I’d point out that this is now available in podcast form on Itunes.

    Love the “three colours” even though it is scarily weird.

  • Si je n’ai pas vu ce vidéo 1000 fois…. je ne l’ai pas vu du tout! Masterpiece..
    From Quebec with love
    …Je me souviens…

  • […] Buxton, who directed the Scotch Mist webcast with Radiohead, told 6Music’s Tom Robinson he had also seen Thom Yorke play at the Latitude […]

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