Rateliff, Radiohead and Dwayne Wade: Scenes from Lollapalooza 2016

This year marked the 25th anniversary of Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell starting Lollapalooza. When he began the touring alt-rock festival in 1991, he never could have foreseen the rise of EDM and subsequently, the hordes of barely clothed teenagers who would one day take over Chicago’s Grant Park.

“A Moon Shaped Pool” is the break-up album only Radiohead could make

Radiohead has just cut its most wounded album to date. And that's coming from a band that once sang "I'll take a quiet life / A handshake of carbon monoxide / No alarms and no surprises." The thing about "A Moon Shaped Pool," the ninth album from the increasingly proggy five-piece from Oxfordshire, England, is that unlike the sunny strings of "No Surprises," there isn't so much as a polite smile here to distract from the band's crumbling state of mind.

Radiohead release new single, “Burn the Witch”

After a lot of obtuse, very Radiohead-y behavior this week, Thom Yorke's art rock troupe has made good with new single "Burn the Witch." "Burn the Witch" is a poppy orchestral track that's presumed to be off of the band's upcoming ninth full-length.

Offline, on message: What Radiohead is (probably) up to

What's going on with Radiohead? This question will never not be relevant. Between excruciatingly long breaks between albums, highly questionable choreography and a general penchant for obtuse symbolism, Thom Yorke's merry band of art rock misfits are never happier than when their fans are quizzically twisting their beards.

YouTube threatens to block Radiohead, Jack White and more

YouTube has threatened to take down videos by artists such as Radiohead, Jack White, Vampire Weekend, Arctic Monkeys, Adele and many more, due to their record labels working together to refuse the licensing terms put forth by Google's video streaming site, according to the Financial Times.