Thom Yorke

Radiohead’s Creep – And Other Songs Disliked By Their Creators

It’s been thirty years since Radiohead released ‘Creep’, one of the most defining tracks of 90s rock – as well as one of the most self-loathing around. Yet it’s also a track that its creators grew to loathe. And it’s not alone in that regard. Here’s the story of ‘Creep’, and other tracks which are viewed less than favourably by the artists behind them.

Sound City stage

Ones to Watch at Sound City 2022

Are you heading to Liverpool’s Sound City this weekend? The world’s most famous city for music is playing host to the three-day festival. Here’s who to watch.

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Heléna Star

Foundation FM resident and prolific DJ, Heléna Star, talks about the power of radio during dark times, and why now is the time to push for a more inclusive industry for all.


Jez Nelson

Jez Nelson has been a key figure for jazz in the UK, having spent years transmitting it through pirate radio stations before joining the newly licensed Jazz FM in 1989. Along the way he’s spoken to some of the greatest and most eccentric characters in jazz and performance, including Herbie Hancock, Nina Simone and Sun Ra. For 'Decades' he talks us through the years 1982-1992.

Matt Clifford

Matt Clifford

Matt Clifford, a session musician and long-time collaborator of The Rolling Stones, delves into his career and discusses the technological changes he’s encountered throughout it. His work includes a revamping of that glorious Champions League anthem.