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Dustin Kensrue of Thrice – Top Ten Albums

Thrice guitarist and vocalist Dustin Kensrue spoke with Louder Than War about some of his favourite albums.

1998: The Year Alt Went Electro (With Mixed Results)

1998 saw alt rock flag-bearers R.E.M. and Smashing Pumpkins embrace electro, but at what cost? Sam Lambeth looks back.

Oranj Son Exclusive Interview

Oranj Son have released stunning new material, full of passion and a killer beat, their tunes are set to put them apart from their contemporaries. Matt Mead catches up with the Keiran from the band for an exclusive interview.

Should Radiohead play Israel? – Ken Loach now asks for meeting...

Radiohead's gig next week in Israel is causing a big debate - where do you stand?

10 thoughts on watching Radiohead play 2 huge shows at Glastonbury...

They shimmer and float in the distance, intangible and yet addictive. Not anthemic and yet all pervading. A band that can fill stadiums with none of the bombast and simple tricks of the form and spellbind the audience with their introverted songs. A band that you can’t even see, hidden behind a light show and giant screens that never show their faces creating a hovering mystique and leaving the quixotic and experimental music to somehow pull the audience in. This rare for stadium rock and there is a sense of adventure with fluctuating set lists with strange and beautiful songs plucked at random from their impressive releases and a seductive intelligence and emotional subtlety that pulls you in without beating you around the head like is the norm for these huge gigs.