Weekly Music News: Radiohead, Interpol and more

November 21, 2014
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Jonny Greenwood: Radiohead recording new album

This week, Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood told the BBC that the band is back in the studio working on the follow-up to 2011's "The King of Limbs." According to NME, Greenwood claimed:

We're currently playing and recording and it’s fun to see everyone again, it's been a long time coming, we've been waiting all of us for a long time.

He also stated the album was in a very early stage, and gave no timetable for its release.

Photo: 'The Graduate' soundtrack album cover(Photo: courtesy of the artist)

RIP Mike Nichols, director of "The Graduate"

Film director Mike Nichols died this week at the age of 82. The award-winning filmmaker was perhaps best known for his 1967 film "The Graduate." That film memorably featured classic Simon & Garfunkel songs like "Mrs. Robinson," which was written for the film.

Read the full NPR obituary.

Interpol, Hundred Waters trapped in tour buses during snowstorm

Indie veterans Interpol and tourmates Hundred Waters were stranded in a Buffalo, N.Y., snowstorm this week while en route to Toronto and Montreal. The storm brought six feet of snow on the Buffalo area, leaving the bands trapped in their buses for over 50 hours before moving. 

The band tweeted throughout the experience. Check out some highlights below:

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