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Nigel Godrich Relaunches From the Basement With Idles, Caribou, Nilüfer


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Nigel Godrich has announced the relaunch of his beloved From the Basement live-in-studio music series, which has featured iconic sets from Radiohead, the White Stripes, Sonic Youth, and so many others. The new season will last until October, beginning on June 1 with Idles. Future installments include Caribou, Nilüfer Yanya, Sons of Kemet, Warpaint, and Squid. Find a trailer below.

“What a pleasure it has been doing this again!” Godrich said in a statement. “I’m still just a fan, still super excited to have the opportunity to film all these great artists and have loved making these new shows. After being so busy doing other things I felt that the time was right to rekindle this idea… to somehow bring it into the present, but the same rules apply now as they did then… no audience or presenter… just a direct connection with the viewer and a chance for us to take some time to do something special in a controlled environment… the priority being to make it sound and look great….”

“There’s an atmosphere on From the Basement that I haven’t seen equalled—it’s unlike anything else,” Idles’ Joe Talbot added. “There’s a sense of mythology behind it and it’s a dream for us to be involved. We’ve wanted to do this for a very long time.”

The series relaunch comes courtesy of WeTransfer and Sonos Radio. WeTransfer’s subscription services will provide one exclusive additional song per artist in the new season, and Sonos Radio is broadcasting new and archived From the Basement sessions.

When Pitchfork’s Noah Yoo spoke with Godrich last year surrounding the series’ streaming release, he confirmed that the show would return. “It generally starts with friends, and then you think about things that would work really well in the format,” Godrich said. “I’m not 100 percent sure what more I’m allowed to say. When I was looking through all the footage last year, I was reminded how fun it was. It’s really the most fun you can have in a recording studio.” Read the rest of the article: “Nigel Godrich Talks From the Basement’s Return, Radiohead Webcasts, and More.”

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