Bandcamp made the announcement today (21 October).
Radiohead’s entire discography has been shared to Bandcamp. Users can now listen to seminal albums via the online store and streaming site, such as 1995’s OK Computer and 2016’s A Moon Shaped Pool.
The move comes over a year after the platform first launched Bandcamp Fridays, in March 2020. The initiative saw the platform waive its share of all sales for one Friday each month. It was launched to help support artists during the pandemic. Andrew Jervis, Head of Artist and Label Relations, and Aly Gillani, the platform’s UK/EU label representative, talked about the initiative during a Supporters Week discussion. Listen to the talk via crackaud.io.
Last year, The Knife also released their full back catalogue to the platform, along with unreleased material.
Check out Radiohead’s Bandcamp page, and take a look at our list of Thom Yorke’s best remixes to date.
Listen back to Bandcamp Week on crackaud.io.