Radiohead: The Numbers (video)

Last night while I was supposed to be updating slides on a 2017 planning deck for work, my boyfriend and I naturally found ourselves instead glued to a grainy Periscope stream from Radiohead's second Mexico City concert, singing along a bit teary eyed as the band played "Fake Plastic Trees" live for the second night in a row - the first time(s) in over 5 years. To say we love the band is a grand understatement and we vowed immediately to plan our vacations next year around their rumored/semi confirmed tour plans. Way to route my life, Radiohead. 

Today the band unveiled this beautiful video for a track off of their latest album A Moon Shaped Pool. The video, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and shot in California, features just Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood playing the track outdoors alongside a drum machine. It's simplistic perfection. Thanks Radiohead for making my Wednesday a little less "Wednesday-ish." 

Have "A Seat At The Table" with Solange


Last Friday was a crazy day for new music, with offerings pouring in from the likes of Tycho, Bon Iver, BANKS, S U R V I V E and more. It didn't help that I was sick in a NyQuil coma all day Friday but fortunately I had a lazy Sunday to use as musical catch up and was most excited to find a new Solange record amongst the new release bounty. Titled A Seat At The Table it's powerful stuff, and the two videos she has released along with it drive that home with equally impactful imagery.

Check them out below: 

The Avalanches: Subways (video)


The Avalanches are amazing. Or at least one of the few artists who can take a 15 YEAR BREAK from making music and come back with a new album that completely 100000% kills it. I saw them live in Barcelona and it was a privilege and a gift and also a dream. Do yourself a favor and listen to Wildflower right away, and watch the new video for single 'Subways' below because it's rad.