Radiohead have launched the Radiohead Public Library, which is a career-spanning digital archive containing B-sides, live recordings, performance footage, TV appearances, photos, and more.
In addition to viewing the archived and largely previously unreleased material, fans can create their own personalized library card, and order merchandise from past eras. The archive is free to access and is organized in chronological order, with a color representing each era.
The Radiohead Public Library offers access to: Radiohead’s Kid A-era webcasts, footage of Radiohead’s 1997 headlining performance at Glastonbury, a digital release of their OKNOTOK cassette from the 2017 reissue of OK Computer, 2002's “Inside Out Night” webcast, and much more.
Starting today (Jan. 20), each member of Radiohead will act as the librarian for a day, posting archival material on the band’s social media.
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Article image: Radiohead performig in Italy on Sept. 26, 2012. (Daniele Dalledonne [CC BY-SA 2.0] via Flickr.)