Edit this setlist | More Radiohead setlists Radiohead are currently on a brief U.S. tour in support of their beautiful new album A Moon Shaped Pool. The tour started last week, with the band triumphantly returned to Madison Square Garden after a 13 year absence. They played OK Computer track “Let Down” for the first time in 10 years on night one, then they surprised almost everyone in the room on night two when they played “Creep” for the first time on American soil since 2004. Radiohead’s two nights at MSG were a warm-up for an even bigger performance: a headlining set at Chicago’s Lollapalooza. Their set turned out to be one for the ages, with a career-spanning setlist filled with fan-favorites, relative rarities, and the unique atmosphere that only Radiohead can provide.The band has started every show this summer with the first five tracks from AMSP, but, for the first time this summer, left out tracks 3 and 4 (the groovy “Decks Dark” and the acoustic “Desert Island Disk”), opting instead to skip from the beautiful “Daydreaming” straight into the synth-induced panic attack that is “Ful Stop”. The band kept the energy extremely high, following the new material with some of their most intense songs in “2+2=5”, “Myxomatosis”, “My Iron Lung”, and “Climbing Up The Walls”. Fan favorites “Pyramid Song”, “The Gloaming”, “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi”, and “There There” all made their way into the set as well, and the band of course included their traditional classics “Everything In It’s Right Place” and “Idioteque towards the end of the set.Radiohead returned for their encore with another version of “Let Down”, now played at all three U.S. shows this summer after the aforementioned 10 year gap. “Paranoid Android” is one of Radiohead’s best live songs, and the epic multi-section tune worked wonders at Lollapalooza. “Nude” is, in contrast, Radiohead’s most delicate song, so pairing these two together, followed by the encore-closing rager of “Bodysnatchers”, shows the band’s diversity.They took one more short encore break before taking the stage one more time, delivering an epic pairing of “Street Spirit (Fade Out)” and “Karma Police” that left the crowd singing into the night’s sky as they exited the massive festival.Radiohead’s set was streamed on Sunday, and thanks to YouTube user MusicFest we can now watch Radiohead’s incredible Lollapalooza set in all of its glory.
Jimmy Herring is currently on tour with his new band, The Invisible Whip, with his most recent stop in Chattanooga, TN at The Revelry Room. As a founding member of The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Project Z, and Jazz is Dead – in addition to playing with everyone from The Allman Brothers Band to The Dead to Widespread Panic – Herring has made an indelible impact on improvised music. Composed of longtime friends and musical collaborators, The Invisible Whip, named for the intangible musical force that fuels them, is a nod to their time spent playing with their fallen hero Col. Bruce Hampton – who made a lifelong impact on the members of the band. The Invisible Whip is: drummer Jeff Sipe (aka Apt Q258), Matt Slocum on B3 organ and clavinet, bassist Kevin Scott and multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby on Fender Rhodes, piano and violin.EXCLUSIVE: Jimmy Herring Talks New Band, This Year’s Losses, And The Unknown Future Of PanicJimmy Herring and The Invisible Whip will tour nationally through September, then they’ll join John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension in November and December. For the full tour schedule, head to Herring’s website.Check out photos from the Chattanooga performance below, from photographer Christian Stewart.Jimmy Herring & The Invisible Whip | Chattanooga, TN | 7/23/17 | Photos by Christian Stewart Load remaining images
Jose Peseiro was unveiled on Sunday as the new coach of Egyptian giants Al Ahly but walked straight into a controversy over his appointment at his first media conference.The 55-year-old Portuguese, formerly in charge of the Saudi Arabia national team, replaces Fathi Mabrouk but has met with some fan resistance over an allegedly poor record.“I do not understand why you doubt my ability to coach Al Ahli. Do you know the names I’ve trained before?” he asked reporters in Cairo on Sunday.“I’ve worked with Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, Roberto Carlos. Do you think I can’t handle Ahli?”Peseiro was assistant coach at Real Madrid for the 2003-2004 season before embarking on a head coach career at clubs such as Sporting Lisbon, Panathinaikos, Rapid Bucharest and Sporting Braga.He was most recently sacked by Al Wahda of the United Arab Emirates in February. No details have been given of Peseiro’s contract terms with the Cairo club.Al Ahli are African football’s most successful club with a record 80 African Champions League triumphs and 11 other continental titles.Mabrouk was sacked after the club lost in the semi-finals of the African Confederation Cup to South Africa’s Orlando Pirates this month.