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Pyramid Song

Orchestra of the Swan's cover of Radiohead's 'Pyramid Song' arr. by David Le Page featuring Bruce O'Neil and Graham Instrall, featuring on the Timelapse album, released on 22/01/21. AVAILABLE TO BUY: http://smarturl.it/OotSTimelapse

The Timelapse album creates a space where sounds of the past and present collide to form a unique musical landscape. Although the pieces were written, in some cases, centuries apart and in culturally disparate eras, it is striking how much these contrasting works inhabit such similar emotional territory. Intriguing pairings of works by Rameau and Radiohead, Schubert, and The Smiths, Adés and Grieg, Satie and Reich, compliment each other beautifully and style have become irrelevant.

Happy New Year!

I'm on a roll
I'm on a roll this time
I feel my luck could change


Kill me, Sarah
Kill me again with love
It's gonna be a glorious day


Pull me out of the aircrash
Pull me out of the lake
'Cause I'm your superhero
We are standing on the edge


The head of state has called for me by name
But I don't have time for him
It's gonna be a glorious day
I feel my luck could change


Pull me out of the aircrash
Pull me out of the lake
'Cause I'm your superhero
We are standing on the edge


We are standing on the edge

Aula de Música

Radiohead - Videotape - Live From The Basement

 

Welcome to Vox Pop: Earworm!

 

In my first episode of Earworm, I speak with Warren Lain. He's a Radiohead fan who also happens to be an incredibly talented musician and music teacher. In December 2016 he uploaded a 38 minute video to YouTube about a Radiohead song that I deeply love, "Videotape." He had been thinking about the music theory behind this seemingly simple song for the better part of a decade. The reason? “Videotape”, a slow rhythmically monotonous song, is actually syncopated. I’m joined also by Erin Barra, a professor at Berklee College of Music, who helped Warren and I explain this musical illusion.

 

The ways in which Radiohead's music has challenged me as a musician and songwriter are unspeakable, but I try my best to put it in words in this video about this deeply embedded musical idea hiding in plain sight (hearing): hidden syncopation.

This is a subject worth many more videos and words, but for now, to view it through the lens of "Videotape" I hope excites and motivates you to get out there and really study and make more music.

Monday mood.

Fitter, happier, more productive
Comfortable
Not drinking too much
Regular exercise at the gym
Three days a week
Getting on better with your associate employee contemporaries
At ease
Eating well
No more microwave dinners and saturated fats
A patient, better driver
A safer car
Baby smiling in back seat
Sleeping well
No bad dreams
No paranoia
Careful to all animals
Never washing spiders down the plughole
Keep in contact with old friends
Enjoy a drink now and then
Will frequently check credit at moral bank
Hole in the wall
Favours for favours
Fond but not in love
Charity standing orders
On Sundays ring road supermarket
No killing moths or putting boiling water on the ants
Car wash
Also on Sundays
No longer afraid of the dark or midday shadows
Nothing so ridiculously teenage and desperate
Nothing so childish
At a better pace
Slower and more calculated
No chance of escape
Now self-employed
Concerned but powerless
An empowered and informed member of society
Pragmatism not idealism
Will not cry in public
Less chance of illness
Tyres that grip in the wet
Shot of baby strapped in back seat
A good memory
Still cries at a good film
Still kisses with saliva
No longer empty and frantic like a cat tied to a stick
That's driven into frozen winter shit
The ability to laugh at weakness
Calm
Fitter, healthier and more productive
A pig in a cage on antibiotics

Radiohead live at Coachella

An official release of a full set live at Coachella - 21st April 2017 // Director—Kerry Asmussen

 

Setlist:

Daydreaming
Desert Island Disk
Ful Stop
15 Step
Myxomatosis
Lucky
All I Need
Pyramid Song
Everything in Its Right Place
Bloom
Identikit
My Iron Lung
The Gloaming
I Might Be Wrong
Bodysnatchers
Exit Music (for a Film)
Reckoner

Encore:
No Surprises
Paranoid Android
Fake Plastic Trees
Lotus Flower
Idioteque

Man Of War

'Man Of War', taken from the forthcoming album OK NOT OK 1997-2017, out June 23rd on XL Recordings. http://oknotok.co.uk/

http://www.xlrecordings.com

 

Director: Colin Read

Co-Director: Connor Kammerer

Produced By: Pulse Films

Cinematogrpahy: Todd Martin

Executive Prodcuer: Rik Green

Producer: Jess Lowe

Production Coordinator: Eleni Cocores

1st Ac: Emma Hing

2nd Ac: Zoë Yi

Gaffer: Lori Dinsmore

Wardrobe Stylist: Chelsea Netzband

Hair & Make-Up: Anissa Salazar

Movement Director: Katherine Helen Fisher

Key Pa: Jon Emerenciano

Pa: Richard Aleman

Editor: Colin Readcolorist: Tom Poole

Compositor: Colin Read

 

Man: Dylan Kammerer

Follower: Pascal Rekoert

Follower: Lindsay Head

Follower: Brandon Washington

Follower: Martin Durov

Follower: Ayo Jackson

Girl: Kaja Jean

Extras: Darnell Scott, Dana Castner, Midori Ishizuka, Fernanda Read, Marya Spence, Kerri Grinnage, Elsa Chiao, Lauren Cannon, Brian Berding, Brandon Burns, Taylor Nawrocki, Futoshi Tokuyama, Kia Carbone, Kaja Jean, Jacob Ireland, Roberto Balatbat, Alex Fogt, Charlie Flowers, Ty Flowers, Nico Teixeira, Brandon Stepanow, Ariana Martin, Jeff Youmans, Kat Hom, Bill Pierce, Kristin London & Oliver Clark.