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Thom Yorke performs DJ set in LA
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has taken a turn behind the decks at a club in Los Angeles.
According to Radiohead fan site At Ease Web, the star played a DJ set at dubstep venue the Low End Theory.
He treated revellers to a performance lasting in the region of one hour and 20 minutes.
Among his setlist were tunes from the likes of Burial, Kraftwerk, Squarepusher and Major Lazer.
Long-time Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich was spotted in the audience at the show.
Radiohead have recently released new album The King of Limbs as a digital download.
Fans were able to get hold of the record in either WAV or mp3 formats after the band made a surprise announcement about the record coming out last month.
The group have also produced a special-edition version of the LP, which they claim is the "world's first newspaper album".
People who have ordered the box set will have it shipped to them from Monday May 9th.
It consists of two clear ten-inch vinyl records, a CD, access to a digital download and "625 tiny pieces of artwork" related to The King of Limbs.
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Posted on 11 Mar 2011 16:48 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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