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Tag Archives: In Rainbows
This week on SoundNotion, we let the fanboy flag fly with a “?review?” of Radiohead’s newest studio album A Moon Shaped Pool. We talk electronics, polyrhythmic inflections, string articulations, and how even Radiohead can do a love song.
This week we’ve got both kinds of value, the touchy feely kind, and the money kind. San Francisco is on strike, Reznor and Radiohead on giving it away, The Jerusalem Quartet, PLUS – Alexandra Gardner, “…no one who wasn’t there needs to know it was bad.”
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- San Francisco Symphony musicians are on strike. #FoTS Drew McManus wonders what everybody is fighting about?
- The Verge has a post-mortem on recent music marketing experiments by Radiohead and Trent Reznor. Free is an attractive price point for the majority of consumers.
- The Jerusalem Quartet is set to play all of the Shostakovich string quartets in one week.
- John Coltrane‘s 1966 Yamaha prototype alto sax is for sale on eBay. $115,000.00 buy it now. FREE SHIPPING!!
- #FoTS Alexandra Gardner on bad performances, “…no one who wasn’t there needs to know it was bad.”
- Frank Zappa’s The Yellow Shark: Food Gathering In Post-Industrial America (1992) – Amazon MP3/CD – iTunes