Thom Yorke & Nigel Godrich have been DJ’ing tonight at the The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Los Angeles. The duo debuted new tracks during the set.
After the opening of the Stanley Donwood exhibition at Subliminal Projects Gallery an afterparty was scheduled at MOCA in LA with Gonjasuffi, Ana Caldaron, as well as Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich (Nigel: “We’re Djing at Mike D’s bash”). The two under the name Atoms For Peace played 5 new songs with Thom Yorke vocals. And it all points out to tracks from the highly anticipated Atoms For Peace album.
Atoms For Peace is live band of Thom Yorke, which includes Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich and Red Hot Chili Pepper bassist Flea. A new album was in the works, but till today there was no sign of new material. Thom & Nigel also played a Lotus Flower remix, but below is the new work…
Footage from Suprefan:
Here’s footage by May-May of tonight’s set:
Radiohead news on this day..
- Jonny Greenwood responds to Humph’s death – 2008
- Radiohead at New York Madison Square Garden? – 2006
- Stanley Donwood to exhibit new work – 2006
- Britney shops for Radiohead – 2005
- Com Lag: Worldwide releases – 2004
- Q’s 50 years of rock features Radiohead – 2004
- Capitol recruiting young blood? – 2003
- Radiohead.tv artwork – 2003
- Radiohead rumoured to play Move Festival – 2003
- Meeting People Is Easy Screenings – 1999