Spotify responds to Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich criticism

Spotify isn't keeping quiet after seeing its business model slammed by Radiohead duo Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich - telling Music Week that it is striving to be "the most artist-friendly music service possible".

Long-term Radiohead producer Godrich last night announced the removal of his latest album with Yorke, Atoms For Peace's AMOK, from the service - along with Yorke's solo effort The Eraser and Godrich's own Ultraísta.

They join Radiohead's In Rainbows (2007), which was given away via a controversial ...

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