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Burial / Four Tet / Thom Yorke

Her Revolution / His Rope

    Nine years since their first collaboration, the three modern musical monoliths, Burial, Thom Yorke and Four Tet return for another spellbound session. Conjuring up two tracks of rainy day, dreamstate melancholia that seemed perfectly suited to the drugery of lockdown whence it was first released.

    Thom Yorke's vocals are stunning, yet subtley blended with a kind of fractal haze, reflecting Four Tet grasp of soundscapes while Burial's hushed ghostly whispers also reflect the kinda decayed urban dystopia the producer has singlehanded produced over his career.

    Downtempo and understated, they're highly emotive tracks that challenge your perceptions of how a track should make you feel and behave.



    Her Revolution
    His Rope

    Thom Yorke, Flea, & Wynton Marsalis

    Daily Battles (From Motherless Brooklyn: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

      “Daily Battles” was written by Thom Yorke (Radiohead, Atoms For Peace) for “Motherless Brooklyn” the film directed, written by, produced by and starring Edward Norton. The film features two versions of the song, each performed by musical icons of modern music. Thom Yorke along with Flea (Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Atoms For Peace) performs a sparse and emotionally stunning version of the song. The other version of “Daily Battles” was arranged and performed by jazz trumpet icon Wynton Marsalis, who, along with his hand-picked quintet of heavy-hitter-jazz-stalwarts delivers an instant jazz standard version of the song that conjures images of the 1950’s-era gin-soaked Harlem jazz club seen in the film.


      Side A:
      1. Daily Battles

      Side B:
      1. Daily Battles (feat. Joe Farnsworth, Russell Hall, Isaiah J. Thompson & Jerry Weldon)

      Thom Yorke releases his new album ‘ANIMA’.

      ‘ANIMA’ was written by Thom Yorke and produced by Nigel Godrich.

      A ‘one-reeler’, also entitled ‘ANIMA’, will be available exclusively via Netflix, made by Paul Thomas Anderson and set to three tracks from Thom’s new album.


      Barry says: ‘Anima’ is yet more evidence of Yorke's endless artistic vision and his ability to turn his hand to any musical or audio-visual endeavour with unparalleled success. ‘Amina’ is both an arresting visual feat and a brilliantly realised auditory artifact, as comfortable being listened to in situ (with visuals) or on it's own.


      Last I Heard (...He Was Circling The Drain)
      Dawn Chorus
      I Am A Very Rude Person
      Not The News
      The Axe
      Impossible Knots


      Last I Heard (...He Was Circling The Drain)
      Dawn Chorus
      I Am A Very Rude Person
      Not The News
      The Axe
      Impossible Knots
      Ladies & Gentleman, Thank You For Coming (NB: This Track Is Vinyl Only And Isn't Available On The Download Voucher)

      Thom Yorke

      Suspiria (Music For The Luca Guadagnino Film)

      Suspiria consists of 25 original compositions written by Thom specifically for Luca Guadagnino reimagining of the 1977 Dario Argento horror classic. The album is a mix of instrumental score work, interstitial pieces and interludes, and more traditional song structures featuring Thom’s vocals such as “Unmade”, “Has Ended” and “Suspirium,” the album's first single featuring the melodic theme that recurs throughout the film and its score.

      As scoring a horror film presented Thom with altogether new challenges and opportunities, Suspiria stands apart from any of his other work. Piano/vocal ballads, Krautrock-esque modular synth work inspired by the film’s Berlin 1977 setting, multilayered vocals, and melodies that convey terror, longing and melancholy combine to create a chaotic yet cohesive musical spell.

      Suspiria was written and arranged by Thom Yorke, recorded and produced by Thom and Sam Petts-Davies. The album also features the London Contemporary Orchestra and Choir, Noah Yorke on drums on “Has Ended” and “Volk,” and Pasha Mansurov on solo flute on “Suspirium.”


      A Storm That Took Everything
      The Hooks
      Belongings Thrown In A River
      Has Ended
      Klemperer Walks
      Open Again
      Sabbath Incantation
      The Inevitable Pull
      Olga’s Destruction (Volk Tape)
      The Conjuring Of Anke
      A Light Green
      The Jumps
      The Universe Is Indifferent
      The Balance Of Things
      A Soft Hand Across Your Face
      Suspirium Finale
      A Choir Of One
      Synthesizer Speaks
      The Room Of Compartments
      An Audition
      Voiceless Terror
      The Epilogue

      Thom Yorke

      Tomorrow's Modern Boxes


      A Brain In A Bottle
      Guess Again!
      The Mother Lode
      Truth Ray
      There Is No Ice (For My Drink)
      Pink Section
      Nose Grows Some

      Thom Yorke

      The Eraser

        As Radiohead tour the world and then regroup to record their new album, Thom Yorke releases his own record, "The Eraser" on XL Recordings. A collection of nine new songs, the record was written and played by Thom and was produced by Nigel Godrich.

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