Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke recently dished out advice for teenage girls, along with longtime Radiohead collaborator and fellow Atoms for Peace member Nigel Godrich for Rookie magazine, in a rather uncharacteristic Yorke turn. The best part about it is that both of them never got snide and were just extremely earnest. In response to a [...]
Two great artists coming together to make some great, dark, ambient electronica with garage-feel drum loops. As we know, the elusive Burial has been gathering more commercial acclaim after being nominated for a Mercury Prize in 2008. His style of tinny garage drums coupled with ghostly samples is a perfect fit alongside Four Tet’s often complex IDM or ambient straight electronica. The two have been combining a lot recently, producing great records, and even producing an EP with Thom Yorke of Radiohead which is also worth a listen.
I found out about this guy through his collaborations with Flying Lotus, a name familiar to any electronica fan and more-so through his work with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke. Gonjasufi offers big breakbeats, with flashes of psychedelic made and found instruments.
Thom Yorke has put quite a spin on dancing in Radiohead’s latest video, Lotus Flower. It’s the best thing since Elaine’s Seinfeld dance. I love the tune and admire this man’s never-ending bravado. I just don’t recommend any other male to repeat Thom’s moves in the club.
I had an ex-girlfriend who was a noise musician who really hated Radiohead, and it made me embarrassed a little to like them as much as I did, and I honestly stopped paying close attention to them after Kid A (mainly because I got into way more esoteric music), but this video rules and Radiohead [...]