Watch Pile channel Radiohead with this cover of an OK Computer classic

Radiohead’s third studio album OK Computer turned 20 earlier this year. A critical and commercial success, the album is filled with unpredictable, magnificent tracks, and helped define the band’s direction for over a decade. Filling those shoes on the 20th anniversary of the album is indie rock band Pile, who pull off…

That’s enough, computer: 76 rejected OK Computer think-pieces

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Radiohead’s OK Computer, a landmark album that has already been feted with an expansive new reissue, as well as numerous new articles about the album’s lingering impact—particularly its prescient vision of a modern society ruled by fascistic corporatocracy and defined by…

Read This: Radiohead does a breakdown of every track on OK Computer

Radiohead has clearly embraced the excitement centered on the 20th anniversary of its breakout smash album OK Computer, issuing an anniversary re-release titled OKNOTOK, and generally acting like a band of proud, nostalgic music dads. Now, the band—plus friends, including the album’s producer, Nigel Goodrich, and…

Here’s Radiohead’s previously unreleased track “I Promise”

As part of the build-up to OKNOTOK, the band’s 20th anniversary remaster of its career-defining OK Computer, Radiohead promised fans that three previously unreleased tracks from that era would make their way out into the world. Now, true to its word, the band has released the first of these, allowing “I Promise” to…

People have discovered the real highway on the cover of OK Computer

OK Computer’s vision of distant, sad people endlessly traversing paved corporate transportation hubs remains one of the late-’90s most enduring cultural documents, a dystopia defined much more by ennui than authoritarianism. Its artwork, made with longtime collaborator Stanley Donwood, captured this perfectly,…

Radiohead announces OK Computer remaster featuring 3 unreleased songs

Well, that didn’t take long. One day after sending fans into a tizzy with a creepy video that appeared to be teasing some kind of 20th anniversary celebration for OK Computer, Radiohead has revealed a new release of its momentous 1997 album. Alongside the record’s original 12 tracks, it’ll include eight non-album…

Radiohead, Lauryn Hill, The Doors, and more added to the National Recording Registry

The National Recording Registry, basically The Library Of Congress’ record collection, has added another 25 recordings to its vault for preservation. The Guardian reports that, thanks to popular nominations, Radiohead’s OK Computer will be joining the archives, thereby demonstrating the wisdom of the age-old saying…