“Anima”, Thom Yorke’s third solo studio album, was released on June 27, 2019, produced by Radiohead’s regular producer Nigel Godrich. The album is a dystopian take on history and one’s inner soul, with a good use of vocal layering and mixes of various real-life electronic sounds.
Chinese artist, Lay Zhang, lent his talent for the collaborative track “Lovebird” with Asian-American trio Far East Movement. The song is the 4th released single for Far East Movement’s upcoming album.
“This is a city of eight million strangers,” my friend told me one lazy afternoon in my dorm, as we munched on kosher-salted popcorn and listened to sad music—feeding on our mutual emotionally masochistic tendencies. When I first listened to LCD Soundsystem’s “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down,” I was taken back to what he said.
James Blake is not a stranger to music fans all over the world. The singer-songwriter-producer has contributed in producing and being featured in some of the finest albums of this decade. As a singer-songwriter, James Blake has released four studio albums, including his latest album, Assume Form, which was released on January 18, 2019. The Electropop / Alternative R&B album is an introspective take on his past ghosts, which was explored on his first three albums, the aftermath, and everything in between.