Scotch Mist – Radiohead

Radiohead are usually extremely innovative with any multimedia products they put out – from videos to concert films to web sites (although the current version is quite traditional compared to what they've done in the past.)

That makes this hour long video they recently released of them performing all the songs from “In Rainbows” in a recording studio with no other elements except some artsy bumpers between songs a bit disappointing. 

But hey, it's Radiohead so on another level, it's all cool.

[Edit: the last song in the video has some “Street Spirit”-esque slow mo.  There you go.  Cool confirmed.]

Comments 2

  1. Anonymous wrote:

    Hm. sir, i think that all the live radiohead stuff that i've seen (not including bootlegs) has had that same style of camera work and the stripped down aesthetic. I may be wrong, but I think it has something to do with a surveillance vibe that they're trying to get across.

    Posted 09 Jan 2008 at 2:56 am
  2. Anonymous wrote:

    I'm not a Radiohead completist by any stretch but of the things I've seen, I'm always struck by how artistic and original their work is visually. But as I say, I think the only concert film I saw was “Meeting People Is Easy” so that's maybe an exemption to the rule? Any suggestions for what I should check out next in terms of concert films?

    Posted 09 Jan 2008 at 3:45 pm

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