radiohead fusealage mixtape

Created as a mad fun-house and disaster zone by UK beloved artists, the Unfairgrounds entranced those looking to escape from the chaos of the Glastonbury Festival this past weekend and buy a ticket to enjoy themselves in a plane and car crash, zombie-filled carnival.

Thom York and Nigel Of Radiohead joined in on the fun, and played a surprise guest DJ set to the limited amount of people that decided to cross over to the dark side. Below is a personal message from Thom, and a mixtape of what was heard during those 4 hours of their DJ set. Please enjoy!


mmm you know away from the celebrity media circus on the other side of the valley, the OTHER glastonbury happened.
the one you aren’t reading much about, the one they couldn’t hang.
the fun, chilled out and insane one.
the one that couldn’t give a flying toss who you are really. the one we went for.
the one around the stone circle, and under the flags. in the rabbit hole. in the darkest depths of shangri-la.
around the van de graff lightning generator crackling through in soaking sky,
and in a crashed aeroplane fuselage where we and our friends were.. nigel and i Djing.. until dawn
here’s a selection of what we played.

radiohead fusealage mixtape :: download entire mix (.zip)
01. get off (rob3 remix) by blaqstarr & diplo
02. madame hollywood by felix da housecat
03. raid by madvillain and medaphor (and madlib)
04. quiet dog by mos def
05. pon de floor by major lazer
06. on a ragga tip by sl2
07. fog bank by boy 8-bit
08. feral (lone remix) by errr us and lone
09. seamonkey (untold rmx) by moderat
10. kill bill vol 4 by modeselektor
11. undoing the laces by nathan fake
12. mad again by boy 8bit
13. organ donor by dj shadow
14. original nutter by uk apache with shy fx
15. i can’t stop this feeling (pangea rmx) by untold
16. why by pangea
17. night of the living baseheads by public enemy

(Note: Track 08 will be coming soon
when the Lone remix of Radiohead’s Feral
has been officially released. Thank you~)

One Response

  1. Frank

    I have been digging to find out what dialogue is laid over Radiohead’s version of “Organ Donor.” Got any ideas?