new radiohead any day now... bring on the hype
>Radiohead establish new company Dawn Chorus LLP in advance of new album
>The band took similar actions months before the release of their previous two LPs
I saw this and got hype too op, we're definitely in the home stretch
I know they'll probably just drop it out of nowhere, but I'd really prefer if they gave at least a couple days warning so I can bask in the hype relistening to their discography
I don't get it? There isn't a bad song on it. It's a solid 9/10 for me. The sounds they fucked around with, although they weren't as out there as Kid A and the likes, they were still sonically exploratory.
a dawn chorus is an actual thing tho, it's what you call the first bird calls of the morning. "Bloom" was probably called "Dawn Chorus" at first, they were working on a song with that title as of 2009 and Bloom is full of birdsong. it's not a BoC reference.
you want a pfk link instead, faggot?
its shitty speculation who cares who posts it
The King of Limbs is their third best album after Amnesiac and Kid A
In Rainbows was not that good
Hail to the Thief was awesome, how you even dare to compare it with Pablo Honey (a really crappy album)
Nah, I just changed the other anon's statement from "[In Rainbows was] their worst since Pablo Honey" to have HTTT instead, it's still leagues better than Pablo Honey
That being said their entire rock discography is well executed but also really bland to me, what they should be commended for is their work in merging IDM stylings with pop rock almost flawlessly and also the influence of OK Computer
it's rock music, which is embarrassing now
there'll be a shit back in its favor in a few years, but i'm pretty sure most casual RH fans are still the guys yelling "HIGH AND DRY" at concerts. OKC is like the invisible gap way in their discography between rockism and bleep bloop
>That being said their entire rock discography is well executed but also really bland to me
this, I mean it's good music and I could understand why someone would like it, but it just feels kind of safe. I do love Kid A and Amnesiac though
It's from a show that Nigel runs where musicians perform live in an intimate setting. Only some of the songs get on the show but Radiohead releases all of the stuff recorded as albums
i mean, it's radiohead why wouldn't they just have a huge place like that
have you seen wilco's loft in chicago?