26.09.08 by Jeff

Radiohead – Reckoner Diplo Remix

Diplo remixed Reckoner, you can too. After the smashing success of all the fan remixes of Nude, Radiohead has made all the instrumental elements of Reckoner available for download. To kick things off Radiohead got Diplo (genius behind M.I.A’s album, Arular) to officially remix the track.

If you’ve been to Radiohead Remix then you already know the drill – make a remix, upload, vote. Listen to Diplo’s handiwork here: Reckoner (DIPLO remix)













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • pretty sick remix i must say. Pretty dope how they got the instrumental elements for download too – time to get busy haha.

  • This is a baller track.. Diplo whoops ass every time!

  • Terf- Work

    did diplo produce kala too? I didn’t know that. I thought he only produced “Arular”

  • hahah I meant to write Arular, i should edit that. he did produce a few on Kala but Switch actually handled most of the production on Kala. Switch is a sick producer as well – i think i prefer his music actually

  • Terf- Work

    I see. Diplo’s an asshole in real life. Switch is cool, but diplo’s stuff is so much easier to find. There’s just so much of it. Btw, thanks for the remix :) Subscribin to your blog.

  • cool man ill try to dig up a bunch of switch tunes for ya i have tons

  • oh and keep your eye on Major Lazer. its a switch and diplo collab…

    http://www.myspace.com/majorlazer

  • Terf- Work

    oh yo i’m real happy you told me that! I heard M.I.A./Switch/diplo’s takeover of Radio 1 and there were some songs by Major Lazer and i liked them. Cool, thanks a lot for the info.





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