Radiohead’s Thom Yorke packed out Goodgod Small Club in Sydney’s Chinatown earlier this week with an unannounced DJ set.
Radiohead had just finished a two and half hour performance at the Sydney Entertainment Centre before Yorke put on another two hour set in front of an at capacity audience of around 500 people.
It wasn’t known that Yorke would appear until the afternoon of that same day and featured alongside sets from Kim Moyes of The Presets, Canyons, Softwar, Ariane and Slow Blow.
Radiohead’s national tour concludes in Melbourne this weekend.
Rock icons Kiss and Motley Crue have announced a bunch of Australian dates as part of a tour that has already hit he US, Canada and Mexico.
‘The Tour’ will come to Australia in February and March with shows in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Mackay and Adelaide.
Kiss are celebrating their 40th anniversary and the tour features 90 minute sets from both bands as well as a performance from Thin Lizzy.
Brooklyn-based garage trio A Place To Bury Strangers have also announced a national touring beginning in Perth and finishing at the Lane Festival in Auckalnd, New Zealand.
Crave has Australia covered.
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