On his third solo album ANIMA, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke continues to glide through a dystopian universe with the use of glitchy electronics and watertight production. It is a broad spectrum of sound, vivid imagination and a harrowing reality of a society in turmoil; all forming together to create the best solo project of Yorke’s career. Continue reading “Thom Yorke – ANIMA: Album Review”
How do you bounce back from releasing one of the most critically acclaimed albums of all time, triggering a world tour so exhausting that it causes the lead singer to have a mental breakdown and suffer from writer’s block so intense it nearly forces him to quit the band? Well, releasing the most progressive, forward-thinking album of your generation wouldn’t be a bad place to start. Kid A introduced the world to the new millennium, a digital age that nobody could truly understand; it was a game-changer in every single sense of the term. Continue reading ““I Think You’re Crazy, Maybe” – How Radiohead’s Kid A changed the landscape of 21st century music”
Radiohead are a band that need little to no introduction. They are 25 year veterans of the industry and have the most acclaimed discography of all time, releasing some of the most essential and progressive albums ever (you know which ones I’m talking about). This is a list to celebrate the magnificence of their catalogue, here are my top 50 Radiohead songs. And before you ask, no Creep is not on here for fuck sake. Continue reading “Top 50 Radiohead songs”
Thom Yorke. Radiohead frontman, multi-instrumentalist, film score wizard, general bonafide British rock legend. He is the man coined with defeating Britpop and inspiring a new generation of uncertainty but finding strength in the form of artistic panache. He is without doubt a perfect fit for our next instalment of The Greatest of All Time. Continue reading “The Greatest of All Time: Episode 2 – Thom Yorke”
Bringing a new segment to Viberant, every Thursday will be a throwback list, whether it’s 2016 or 1973, we’ll be looking at the best and worst of the past. First off, the top 10 albums of 2016.