[Explicit] The Loophole by WaylandSmithee Reviews: 14
Radiohead's Loophole competition brings together a disparate group of fans online, to form a close community, united by friendship, relationships, sex, bands, collaborations and connections both musical and personal - mostly with each other, but also sometimes with Radiohead themselves.
In Chapter 43, Lucy must choose between what she wants, and what she knows Thom needs, even if he can't admit it to himself. And in Chapter 44, everyone finally gets the happy endings they deserve.
As this story is drawing to its conclusion, I've set up a comment thread if anyone wants to ask any questions or leave any feedback on the LJ: http://rhcheesecakefac.livejournal.com/7992.html
This is primarily a story about fandom, and internet communities. Although Radiohead do appear throughout the story, the main focus of the story, and the main characters are all fans. At least, until towards the end, when Radiohead go on tour, and real life and internet fandom collide head on.
Warnings: Lots of artistic license has been taken with the timelines of certain musical events. Most of the action takes place in cyberspace, so there is lots of bad language, flaming, trolling and internet bullying, including sexist, homophobic and racist language. Also: MAY CONTAIN DUBSTEP.
[Explicit] Stairway to Paradise by forcetengale, beautiful trouble, forcetengale, diem Reviews: 11
"He looks like a freelance rent boy who sleeps with jazz musicians in smoke filled london in the 30s."
Pairings: Other, Thonny
Warnings/Promises: Drug Use, Violence
[Explicit] A Wolf at the Door by radioconvert Reviews: 7
Colin has a secret, but it's nothing compared to the secret that Ed has. A slow building story about two people that are meant to be together. And werewolves.
[Explicit] Mouse Dog Bird by dustbunny, helsabot Reviews: 21
In the summer of 1995, Radiohead were asked to open for R.E.M. on their Monster Tour.
This is the way it could have gone.
Warnings/Promises: Drug Use
[Explicit] Constructing Parallel Worlds by WaylandSmithee Reviews: 19
Thom mistakenly agrees to an interview with a "Feminist Porn Magazine." Complications ensue. Sexy complications.
Advance notice, the ending is pretty grim, and will probably come as a massive shock, so consider yourselves warned.
Inspired by many, many Thom Yorke interviews I've read/watched on the internet, this is an attempt to construct a kind of character-sketch of a quintessential "Thom Yorke Interview" - but also very clearly inspired by a specific interview where Thom had such chemistry - such specifically sexual chemistry - with the interviewer that I wanted to explore that, and answer the question "What if...?"
This story also contains alternate lifestyles, frank discussion of Asexuality, consensual but very rough and sometimes violent sex, paganism, folk dancing, wife-swapping, cheese-eating vegans, and also lesbians. Do not read if offended by any of this.
Warnings/Promises: Drug Use, Real Family, Violence
1994 was only yesterday; the world had no idea how big a certain creep and loser were going to get. This is a very dirty story. Thom/Beck, Thom/Beck/Jonny, Thom/Jonny, Leigh/Beck, Beck/Justin, Beck/Channing, Thom/Colin, Colin/Jonny.
(Also involving Colin Greenwood, Channing Hansen, Nigel Godrich, Chris Martin, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Stanley Donwood, Thurston Moore, Leigh Limon, Ed O'Brien, Phil Selway, etc)
This story is a work of fiction. It is based on much I know to be true; much I suspect to be true; a whole bunch of fantasy; and speculation somewhere in-between. It goes, I believe, without saying, that it is written all along the way with love.
This work does not reflect the author's personal views on Scientology. It does not intend to pry, criticize, or hurt, and means utmost respect to all real people involved and implied, except maybe Chris Martin (just fuckin with ya Chris).
There is no shame in writing or reading about sex; everyone has fantasies.
[Adult] The Time Traveller's Jonny by diem Reviews: 17
My blatant cheesecake ripoff of The Time Traveler's Wife.
Warnings/Promises: Character Death, Underage Sex, Violence
“Jesus, how much stuff did you bring? We’re only going for the weekend.”
Thom pitched the fishing rods in the back seat and looked up at the roof, a concerned expression crossing his face. “You’re sure you have that boat strapped up there properly? It looks a bit lopsided. And where are the sleeping bags and the tent.”
“I have everything, Thom,” Jonny said in a reassuring tone. “Stop worrying and get in the truck.”
[Explicit] Ex Corde Caritas by beautiful trouble, diem Reviews: 23
"Someone needs to write about Schoolboy Thonny. In bathroom stalls. Behind shelves in the library."
"Corrupting the young, shy, swishy haired new music teacher. Who can't resist even though it's breaking all these rules.
...I should stop thinking about that."
Warnings/Promises: BDSM, Underage Sex
A blogging fangirl is thrown helplessly into a new reality involving sex, drugs, and rock music rivalries after falling through a portal between parallel universes. A simultaneous celebration and parody of Mary Sue fic in bandom with a sci-fi backdrop.
Or maybe just an excuse to write dirty Radiohead het. Mostly that.
Pairings: Other, Thonny
Warnings/Promises: BDSM, Drug Use, Suicide, Violence