Tag Archives: thom yorke

On Black Stars and True Love.

Back in my youth, in the days of Buckley obsession, I also fell hard for Radiohead‘s The Bends. Somehow, when I was 12 or 13, that record felt perfect from beginning to end; not a single track to be kept aside and thrown out. Albums like the Bends or Grace (or, more recently, Hospice and […]

Destroying cities, one chord at a time

Some facts in life – taken for granted because of what we’ve been taught via parental doctrine and school textbooks – are self-explanatory: the Earth is round, water boils at 100°C and freezes at 0°C, 2+2=4 unless you are Thom Yorke showing off that you’ve read George Orwell‘s 1984. In the same vein of undeniable […]

Rain, Drizzle, and Hurricane

I’ve got a terrible habit, which is that I get interested by pretty much anything and always try to do fifteen things at once. This sometimes lead to forgetfulness, post-it madness, and lists of bands I should check out but never do. One of those, highly recommended by little lion girl at least a million […]