Radiohead have made their full catalog available for streaming or purchase on Bandcamp. Fans can now find all nine of the band’s albums, from 1993 debut Pablo Honey through their most recent A Moon Shaped Pool, on the music platform. Once calling Spotify the “last desperate fart of a dying corpse” after pulling the band’s music from the streaming platform in 2013, Thom Yorke has since changed his tune around barring Radiohead’s music on Bandcamp. The group has also released their music in the digital realms of the aforementioned Spotify, as well as Apple Music and other streaming services.
Planting their records deep in the digital world, the band launched the Radiohead Public Library in 2020, a comprehensive archive of B-sides and rarities—including 1992 debut EP Drill, the 2011 remix EP TKOL RMX 8, and “I Want None of This” off the 2005 charity compilation Help!: A Day in the Life—as well as access to ad-free music videos, TV performances, out-of-print merch, artwork and galleries, and more within the band’s collection.
Now their Bandcamp will also give fans access to the second disc of In Rainbows, the band’s 2001 live album I Might Be Wrong, and The King of Limbs companion LP TKOL RMX 1234567, as well as the OK Computer reissue OKNOTOK 1997 2017 and the upcoming KID A MNESIA, which drops November 5. One item not included in their digital library nor Radiohead’s Bandcamp archives is MiniDiscs (Hacked), a 16-hour compilation of rehearsals demos and performances recorded during the band’s OK Computer sessions that was made available exclusively on Bandcamp for 18 days in 2019 to raise money for the environmental group Extinction Rebellion.