June 29, 2011 10:57
Radiohead's Glastonbury dubstep DJ set playlist posted online
Thom Yorke and producer Nigel Godrich took to the decks after band's secret show
Yorke has posted a message on the band's official website Radiohead.com/deadairspace, which tells of the DJ set and playlist, which he and Godrich performed in the Shangri-La area of Worthy Farm. The playlist is composed almost entirely of dubstep and hip-hop tracks.
The message reads: "Away from the celebrity media circus on the other side of the valley, the other Glastonbury happened. The one you aren't reading much about, the one they couldn't hang. The fun, chilled out and insane one. The one that couldn't give a flying toss who you are really. The one we went for."
"The one around The Stone Circle and under the flags. In the rabbit hole. In the darkest depths of Shangri-La. Around the Van De Graff lightning generator crackling through in soaking sky and in a crashed aeroplane fuselage where we and our friends were, Nigel [Godrich] and I DJed until dawn."
Yorke has recently taken to performing high profile DJ sets in Los Angeles' Low End Theory Club, where he has also played mostly dubstep and hip hop.
Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich played:
Blaqstarr & Diplo – 'Get Off (Rob3 Remix)'
Felix Da Housecat – 'Madame Hollywood'
Madvillain And Medaphor (And Madlib) – 'Raid'
Mos Def – 'Quiet Dog'
Major Lazer – 'Pon Da Floor'
Tip Sl2 – 'On A Ragga'
Boy 8 - Bit – 'Fog Bank'
Errr Us And Lone – 'Feral (Lone Remix)'
Moderat – 'Seamonkey(Untold Remix)'
Modeselektor – 'Kill Bill Vol. 4'
Nathan Fake – 'Undoing The Laces'
Boy 8 – Bit – 'Mad Again'
DJ Shadow – 'Organ Donor'
UK Apache With Shy FX – 'Original Nutter'
Untold – ' I Can't Stop This Feeling (Pangea Remix)'
Pangea – 'Why'
Public Enemy – 'Night Of The Living Baseheads'
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