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RADIOHEAD will be mixing a live set on RADIO 1 in December, NME.COM can announce.

The band will be mixing a show for Radio 1’s midnight Breezeblock show on December 11.

Radiohead will be mixing the records at home in Oxford for Mary-Anne Hobbs’s eclectic programme, transmitting the live mix via ISDN line to the BBC.


Radiohead have already had plenty of practice mixing shows – prior to the release of ‘Kid A’ they played three unannounced webcasts which included songs by artists as diverse as The Fall, John Barry and Squarepusher.

Click here for the Radio 1 site.

The news was revealed on the Mary-Anne Hobbs show a few moments ago (00:30am) following a build-up throughout the day that there would be a special announcement on tonight’s show.

Stay tuned for a Radiohead exclusive interview on NME.COM today (Tuesday 21 November 2000) where we will unveil some exciting news.


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