Saturday November 28, 2020

Thom Yorke: The Eraser (XL)

Radiohead were deservedly praised for turning away from the stadium-filling future that awaited them and instead embracing avant-garde sounds and textures.

8th July, 2006

Radiohead were deservedly praised for turning away from the stadium-filling future that awaited them and instead embracing avant-garde sounds and textures. But their stance was always easier to admire than the resulting records, which generally amounted to over-fussy retreads of superior source material from Warp Records’ back catalogue.

The Eraser, Yorke’s first solo project, resembles a slightly more accessible version of the gnomic, inscrutable anti-rock that Radiohead have been serving up since Kid A....

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