Published Jan 20, 2020Radiohead have launched an audio, visual and physical archive on their website, dubbed the Radiohead Public Library.
The project provides a comprehensive collection of the band's work from their early days until the present — archiving the group's entire catalogue, as well as corresponding information, artifacts and visuals.
The library includes detailed artwork, official videos, ad-free HD live and TV performances, B-Sides and compilation tracks, previously out-of-print merchandise to be custom made on demand, band members' "office chart" playlists from around the time of In Rainbows, The King of Limbs and A Moon Shaped Pool recording sessions, and more.
Additionally, a number of rarities have been unearthed and made available to stream and download, including the group's 1992 debut The Drill EP, "I Want None of This" from 2005 charity compilation Help!: A Day in the Life and 2011's TKOL RMX 8 EP.
To mark the opening of the Radiohead Public Library, each of the band members will take a turn serving as the librarian from January 20 to 24. They will curate a selection of archival material and share it via social media.
Browse the collection and sign up for your own Radiohead Public Library card over here.