Thom Yorke & Four Tet Debut Caribou’s Radiohead Remix

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Last Friday night (6/10), Four Tet invited experimental beats connoisseur and Radiohead front-man, Thom Yorke, to help him kick off his 3-night residency at London’s Plastic People. The night, surely filled with awesome and obscure electronic music, eventually found Yorke premiering Caribou’s remix of “Little By Little,” from Radiohead’s King of Limbs LP. (The first remix from a series of 12″ King of Limbs remix releases.)

Luckily,  a fan with a video recording device was able to capture the moment, albeit in piss poor quality. We’ll be able to hear Caribou’s remix in full soon enough. The Little By Little (Caribou)/Lotus Flower (Jacques Greene) remix 12″ is out July 4.

Radiohead – “Little By Little” (Caribou Remix) — Played live by Thom Yorke @ Four Tet’s Plastic People DJ Night

Previously, Thom Yorke and Four Tet released a single with Burial called “Ego”/”Mirror”. You can listen to both songs here.

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