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Thom Yorke's Atoms for Peace involves longtime Radiohead engineer/producer Nigel Godrich (Ultraísta) and bassist Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), as well as two session veterans in drummer Joey Waronker (R.E.M., Ultraísta) and percussionist Mauro Refosco (Forro in the Dark). For their first public performance, back in 2009, they performed Yorke's Godrich-assisted 2006 album The Eraser in its entirety, as well as some fresh material. Over three years later, they've come up with this, a product of jam sessions formed — by Yorke and Godrich — into a uniform nine-track album. It sounds more like a fleshier successor to Yorke's first solo album than it does a first step, and it's presented that way, from Stanley Donwood's woodcut illustrations to the band's name — the same as a track title on The Eraser. Due to the nature of the recording process, the material is more about sounds — rippling rhythms, more specifically — than songs. Attempting to discern the organic from the mutated and the processed is a fool's errand yet part of the appeal. Listeners will be either unnerved or fascinated by the use of Flea's low-throbbing lines, which add warmth, rarely propel, and are sometimes obscured beneath piles of shifting percussion. Given all the thick layering of sounds, Yorke's words — normally enunciated and mixed in such a way to enable transcription with only a slight headache as a reward — tend to act as another element rather than as a focal point. The lyrics probably weren't written at the bassist's house after some drunken pool playing. They're in typical Yorke character, consisting of vaguely conveyed altercations and conflicts: "You got me into this mess," "I couldn't care less," "But it's eating me up," "They try to jump me," "Go back to where you came from," "I'm like the wind and my anger will disperse." In other words, this is another Thom Yorke solo album, and it sounds really nice on decent headphones.

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Fecha de formación: Los Angeles, CA, 2009

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

En octubre de 2009, Thom Yorke convocó a un puñado de notables músicos (Nigel Godrich, Flea, Joey Waronker y Mauro Refosco) para tocar en vivo su álbum The Eraser en un teatro de Los Ángeles. Luego de una serie de presentaciones similares, el grupo decidió adoptar el nombre de Atoms For Peace y comenzó a publicar material propio. Un par de sencillos y remezclas servirían de aperitivo a Amok, el primer álbum de Atoms For Peace aparecido...
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