Thom Yorke : Anima

Thom Yorke’s output sans Radiohead has been both more dystopian and personal. A mish mash of jittery electronics and claustrophobic vocals; it’s as if he was creating these songs locked away in a darkened room with no windows or signs of life to speak of. Trapped with nothing but a laptop and a looming existential […]

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Thom’s Diner

Thom Yorke’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes seemed to have been greeted with a lot of “meh” and “whatever” back when it magically appeared online as a download last year with little to no fanfare. It rose from the ether of the internet and got a whole lot of flack, really. “Sounds like The Eraser”, “Boring”, “More […]

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Atoms For Peace-Amok

Amok is a record not about stories and narrative.  It’s not a record about capturing that magical spark created by five musicians playing together in the studio.  It’s not even a concept record about a dystopian society.  No, Amok is a record about feel.  It’s  a record about movement and flow.  If you haven’t been […]

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