Are Radiohead the most accomplished “art rock” band of the early twenty-first century, as the Encyclopedia Britannica claims? Or are they savvy businessmen who’ve brilliantly marketed themselves for 20 years? Can they be both? In the title fight for Charlie’s musical identity, Thom Yorke comes out swinging with every ounce of nihilistic ennui at his command.
“G.G. Allin could have been a Flannery O’Connor character.” Charlie & Chris discuss the murderous short story “A Good Man Is Hard To Find” and the difference between an author’s intent and a reader’s response. Why this isn’t considered a horror story? And is it punk rock?