Radiohead Fans Unleash Multi-Cam Edit Of NYC Show

A group of fans who attended concert at New York City's Roseland Ballroom in September 2011 gathered as much quality footage as they could into a multi-cam edit of the gig.

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Fan-made concert films aren't exactly an uncommon practice nowadays. Though they used to be a rarity before digital cameras (and home editing software) existed, we've been seeing more and more projects to pull live footage together into cohesive packages in recent years. Radiohead fans seem to be among the most dedicated, with notable efforts popping up every now and then and another one has just been made available for free.

A group of fans who attended Radiohead's pre-The King of Limbs Tour concert at New York City's Roseland Ballroom in September 2011 gathered as much quality footage as they could into a multi-cam edit of the gig. To top things off, the band was kind enough to provide a soundboard audio recording of the concert for the project. In exchange, the makers of the project ask fans to kindly donate to the Hurricane Sandy and Haiti Earthquake relief funds.

While download links for the concert film can be found here, the entire thing is available on YouTube as well:

Thanks to Antiquiet for the report.

4 comments sorted by best / new / date

    Kueller917
    Oh man I loved the Prague DVD, this should be awesome too. Also, I'd hate to bring up comparisons to Muse, but I think their fanbase is pretty dedicated too. They're the only band I've seen to have a full constantly updated website for bootlegs. Still, I love how much better quality these are getting overall. Great alternatives to relive the gig when the band themselves might not have the professional footage.
    tuggyt
    I really wish that I didn't wait until after seeing Radiohead twice to finally start listening to them. Now I want to see them again so bad it hurts.
    -Retro-
    Maybe it's just me, but I enjoy a concert much more when I'm not holding up a camera. For a song or two, yeah, but not the entire thing. This totally solves that. Sweet project overall.