"Apart from R.E.M., Neil Young has absolutely inspired everything, the way I write lyrics, all the time." like endless lines stretching on foreverinparallel.fragile.like a BRandNEWnew motorway and you are the first person to drive along it…". Music to kill time with. Radiohead fan favorite "True Love Waits" — from the I Might Be Wrong live EP — features the lyric "I'm not living, I'm just killing time." It’s always about laying down whatever is in your head at the time and staying completely true to that, no matter what it is.”. Thom Yorke: [Paranoid Android was written] in three different sections at different times in different states of mind, and then put together.Our working model for it was Happiness Is A Warm Gun. During concerts, Yorke's piano is draped with the Tibetan flag. "They were off on their own planet.". Thomas Edward Yorke (born 7 October 1968) is an English musician and the main vocalist and songwriter of the rock band Radiohead. I guess that's what wisdom is, really." ", Douglas Adams' cult sci-fi novel provided Yorke with one of OK Computer's most famous lyrical creations: the book's Marvin the Paranoid Android (seen above in the 1981 BBC mini-series adaptation) was the basis for "Paranoid Android." ", Working with Atoms for Peace drummer Joey Waronker and percussionist Mauro Refosco allows Yorke to experiment with polyrhythmic interplay derived from Nigerian Afrobeat visionary Fela Kuti. At a time when the only way to write rock and roll was by using an electric guitar, Radiohead cut away from the herd and founded a brand new sound, one that effortlessly integrated electronic sounds and wove them together with Yorke’s lyrics to devastating effect. The band frequently covered Can's "The Thief" in concert in the early '00s (eat your heart out, Malkmus!) ", No artist looms larger over Yorke both musically and professionally than Michael Stipe. — Thom Yorke Pixies and Throwing Muses “Our teenage years we were all about going down to London and seeing all of favorite Boston bands, … He also labeled the banking industry "organized crime." Positively Charged: Thom Yorke's 20 Biggest Influences By Daniel Kreps. "sound like joy. Want to know what makes Thom's music go? To think that Yorke couldn’t be as equally inspired by a changing season or an icy gust of wind is to underestimate the singer. However, Davis’ name is included in our list for his connection to Yorke’s album Amok and Radiohead’s record OK Computer. Yorke also invited the producer-DJ to open for Atoms for Peace during the band's brief 2010 tour. But, in truth, Yorke has never shied away from sharing those bands and artists that have influenced him most and, while they’re not quite the boogying types, the artists mentioned below are certainly worthy of some extra attention, if only for the fact that, all put together, they provide a small summation of Yorke’s most intricate qualities. Perhaps the most famous of Yorke’s influences is Neil Young. “He has that soft vibrato that nobody else has. Perhaps the most famous of Yorke’s influences is Neil Young. 1 / Thom Yorke's Anima One of Williams's strongest influences was Thom Yorke's 2019 album Anima , along with the accompanying Netflix short film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson . One such fan was Thom Yorke. Radiohead producer and Atoms for Peace keyboardist/co-producer Nigel Godrich compared the process to the one employed by Miles Davis for his seminal In a Silent Way and Bitches' Brew albums. That to me is the perfect pop song.”, From Neil Young to R.E.M: 7 of Thom Yorke’s biggest influences, Start typing to see results or hit ESC to close, Festival bosses provide a positive update on chances of live music events in 2021, From The Rolling Stones to Cream: 10 best music moments in Martin Scorsese films, How a few hours spent on one song launched Beck’s career. However, more often than not, these kinds of lists provide an insight into the very essence of what makes them a hero to many people in the first place. Busta Rhymes and Thom Yorke have both been remembering the influence of MF Doom after the MC and producer’s death was confirmed last week. Ballard is an obvious Yorke touchstone. But this time around, the Radiohead frontman has taken the reigns of a constantly whirring station on Sonos Radio. Includes; Neil Young Björk and more! Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Images/King Collection/Photoshot/Getty Images "That was the most influential film of my early teenage years. However, it seems to us that his inspiration mainly comes from his own head: his paranoia, anxiety, guilt, fascination, and passion all mix together to form his own unique brand of musical genius. One of the most mercurial minds in modern music, Thom Yorke can often happily position himself as a bit of an enigma. As if Yorke didn't already have a wary worldview, director Charles Ferguson's Academy Award-winning 2010 documentary about the corrupt causes behind the 2008 economic meltdown struck an ominous chord with the singer. While Thom Yorke has revealed in the past that his own kids are Red Hot Chili Peppers maniacs, that wasn't his main reason for recruiting Flea for Amok. In a journal Yorke kept while opening on the Monster tour, he wrote: "Listening to Finest Worksong makes me feel like im ten feet tall and can crush anything in my path. That instance was further articulation of a skepticism towards capitalism that runs through through Yorke's work from "Dollars & Cents" to the Amok title track. Yorke went out to buy After the Gold Rush and was hooked. If Aphex Twin was Thom Yorke's gateway drug into the world of electronic music, the Radiohead frontman's affiliation with producer Flying Lotus represented Yorke's addiction. I do things my own way and I have to accept that, it's my instinct. Credit: Positively Charged: Thom Yorke's 20 Biggest Influences By Daniel Kreps. "It's a recurring joke with Nigel [Godrich] about my bass lines. “They said, ‘This guy sounds like Neil Young,’” Yorke told the BBC in 2008. "), If much of Kid A and Amnesiac were the result of Radiohead gorging on cerebral electronic music, plenty of the material also bore a strong jazz touch, from the brass section on "The National Anthem" to the modal "Dollars and Cents." More than that, it was his attitude toward the way he laid songs down. “I immediately fell in love with his music,” said Yorke. It's a wild, thrilling place, and we've isolated 20 of the Radiohead and Atoms for Peace frontman's most deeply felt influences — many of which left their mark on AFP's new Amok, out February 26. The ‘Harvest Moon’ singer has long been held in high esteem by America’s alt-rock explosion but Yorke too thought of Young as one of the finest songwriters ever, even if he did arrive at the singer a little late in life. Yorke is a multi-faceted artist and, having worked in music, film and other mediums, is well-versed in finding his inspiration in the world around him. By Megan Williams 27/06/2019 10:14 am. Yorke, supposedly inspired by Mr. Greenwood's watching tourists in France hurrying obliviously to and fro, translated the anecdote as a passionately melancholy plea … For his new solo album ANIMA, Thom Yorke has enlisted his regular collaborators for a creative campaign that puts dreams and dystopian societies at the forefront – led by a ballet-infused “one-reeler” by Paul Thomas Anderson. Early Radiohead songs like "Creep" and "My Iron Lung" follow Frank Black and Co.'s Loud/Quiet/Loud blueprint perfectly, and while the Oxfordians have de-emphasized the guitar in recent years, later cuts like "Bodysnatchers" and "Bangers & Mash" still display those classic crushing dynamics. Knowing some of your hero’s own favourite bands can be an illuminating moment. But obviously, world music and dance music are big influences for you right now. Ballard's final novel, Kingdom Come, triggered the Xendless Xurbia motif from In Rainbows. No longer just a casual fan listening to Autechre on the tour bus, Yorke was now spinning Burial and Madvillain records during late-night DJ sets at Los Angeles' Low End Theory, with FlyLo alongside as his MC. Michael Stipe was singing about his flaws and weaknesses, and that it is okay to be weird. Just as The Beatles came to embody the ’60s, Thom Yorke is the rock star who most clearly reflects our times. “My ideal pop song is one that says something people want to hear lyrically and that grabs them by the neck musically—and one that has some sort of depth that moves it beyond a happy tune that you whistle at work.”, Yorke added: “Songs like ‘Under Pressure’, something that makes you want to fall down on your knees. From Neil Young to R.E.M: 7 of Thom Yorke’s biggest influences faroutmagazine.co.uk - Jack Whatley. He said that I imitate Flea when I write them. But it bassist Charles Mingus's had the most direct jazzy impact on this era of the band's music. YORKE: [laughs] Yeah, well, that’s too weird to believe. We all have that one album that piqued or interest and, in many ways, changed our lives. The bulk of Amok was recorded during a marathon three-day studio session in Los Angeles. There may be entire websites dedicated to decoding his words,… '”, Yorke also once referred to Bowie and Queen’s triumphant ‘Under Pressure’ as a perfect song. A multi-instrumentalist, he mainly plays guitar and keyboards, and is known for his falsetto. (And it's easy to imagine Adams' character emitting the words to that album's automated spoken-word track, "Fitter, Happier. ‘The One I Love’: Radiohead’s Thom Yorke on the Mystery and Influence of R.E.M. "You don't need to be an anarchist, you don't need to be someone who smashes the state to have sympathy with that viewpoint," he commented. “It’s that thing of creating interaction between people and then editing that whole thing to create dynamics,” co-producer Nigel Godrich told Rolling Stone. [I] Walked into the rehearsal room one day, 'Well you know Happiness Is A Warm Gun, you know that's like three songs put together?Let's do that.' That novel's influence also earned a a subtle nod in the artwork for the deluxe edition of Amnesiac. He added, "I would love to be able to tell stories like Fela does, but it's not me, I will never be that. In an interview with Rolling Stone in 1995 (the year "Fake Plastic Trees" and The Bends were released), Yorke said, "I'm obsessed with the idea that I'm completely losing touch with who I am, and I've come to the … In addition to the Mingus stylings, Yorke explained to Q that the album's "You and Whose Army?" Thom Yorke is running his own 24-hour radio station with music that “fascinates” or “moves” as well as detailing his creative “influences and obsessions”. Having called Michael Stipe a “genius”, adding that “his lyrics are like a car ride along a street full of traffic signs and billboards. By the time Björk released her 1997 album Homegenic her position as a pop agitator was confirmed and Yorke was a devoted audience member. It’s very difficult to not draw a line between David Bowie and much of the British music that followed him. It’s easy to see how the Pixies expert use of light and dark could have influenced Radiohead’s early sound. "It felt like common sense from start to finish. It was quite the leap of faith at the time and it was largely down to Aphex Twin. Taken from various interviews, we must hasten to add, that an artist like Thom Yorke doesn’t find his inspiration solely in the work of the seven artists mentioned here. It was the craziest thing I’d ever seen and all the other kids were sort of saying how it was too weird and I thought ‘I wanna do that for a living. Along with Dante's Inferno, this 1992 book written by Sogyal Rinpoche inspired the lyrics to "Pyramid Song." Radiohead are an English rock band formed in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, in 1985.The band consists of Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards), brothers Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar, keyboards, other instruments) and Colin Greenwood (bass), Ed O'Brien (guitar, backing vocals) and Philip Selway (drums, percussion). During the encore of Radiohead's 2004 Coachella set, the band's frontman gushed that Pixies' 1989 album Doolittle "changed my life." ", The enigmatic Aphex Twin (né Richard D. James) has had an incalculable impact on modern music, Radiohead included. Yorke's 2009 solo cut "Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses" does a passable job of copping Flea's fluid style, but Atoms for Peace's "Judge, Jury and Executioner," recorded with the RHCP bassist, is the real deal. While for the Pixies it was grunge and Radiohead Britpop, each band suffered and succeeded in similar ways. "He'll bang away on his acoustic and he'll create this most monumental thing," Yorke raved to the BBC. Colin and Jonny in particular are inspired by a lot of dub musicians (Augustus Pablo, Scientist, King Tubby, etc.). In the days following In Rainbows, Yorke became enamored with both Wyatt's 2007 album Comicopera and his theories about pop music, even lengthily quoting the experimental jazz-folk avant-gardist and ex-Soft Machine member on Radiohead's Dead Air Space site. While Kid A represented Radiohead's then-newfound fascination with modern electronic sounds its companion piece, Amnesiac, dug deeper into the past. (The singer-guitarist has also long been a fan of Talking Heads' Fela-flavored Remain in Light.) There are certainly flecks of Pixies in ‘Creep’ and ‘My Iron Lung’ while later cuts like ‘Bodysnatchers’ also offer a taste of the US band. As a 16-year-old he sent some home recordings into the BBC in the hopes of gaining some attention for his tracks. Thom Yorke is the lead vocalist and main songwriter of Radiohead, one of the most critically well-received alternative rock bands of the past 30+ years. "Aphex [Twin] opened up another world that didn't involve my fucking electric guitar, and I was just so jealous of that whole crew," Yorke recently told Dazed and Confused. Yorke's discovery of his fellow countryman's work is often cited as the catalyst for Radiohead's post-OK Computer experimentation. Yorke wrote that Düsseldorf rhythmaniacs Neu! "I've had ['Stay Tuned'] on repeat for two days now, because it's so beautiful and it really fits with so many things to me at the moment. When Radiohead performed in New York in 2011, Yorke mentioned Inside Job and the Occupy Wall Street movement onstage. It’s very easy to draw comparisons between Pixies and Radiohead. Another name that we would expect to see littered across the lists of most influential musicians, jazz musician Miles Davis should rightly be revered for his uncompromising attitude and refusal to conform. record and is an incredible piece of work that shifted over seven million units and holds a reputation that grows as the years pass by. 25 March 2019, 11:36. We've collated the 7 artists that Thom Yorke, at different times, has cited as major influences on his work. Musically speaking, however, it’s hard to not recognise these seven artists as pivotal figures in the shaping of Yorke’s career both with and without Radiohead. “They were off on their own planet.”, The producer became one of the main reasons the band began experimenting with electronic sounds on their seminal record OK Computer, despite Apxe Twin once calling the band “really, really cheesy.”. Positively Charged: Thom Yorke’s 20 Biggest Influences ADVERTISEMENT. “This man has meant something to our culture that no other MC has because he figured out something that none of us has before him and that was to be completely free,” Busta Rhymes wrote on Instagram. This 2009 Grammy poster consists of song titles chosen by Thom, and thus provides a portrait of his musical tastes. That's one of the reasons I wanted to get into computers and synths, because I didn't understand how the fuck they worked. He said to me that Flea should play them, so that it would be Flea imitating Thom Yorke imitating Flea." A map of Thom Yorke's mind must make room for masters of electronic music and barroom balladeers, sci-fi doomsayers and tragic teens, ancient wisdom and modern jazz. and recent tracks like "These Are My Twisted Words," The Eraser's "The Clock" and The King of Limbs' "Morning Mr Magpie" exude Krautrock's propulsive beat. February 22, 2013 Reviews \ Thom Yorke has previously curated playlists for radio, such as the BBC sleepy “bedtime mix”. He was such an influential pillar of the music scene, so widely revered, that it would perhaps be more newsworthy if we weren’t to include him in this list. Thom Yorke and Scott Walker. So wrapped up in the intellectual rock of his band Radiohead, it can be difficult to imagine, say, Yorke boogying away in his kitchen to some 1960s pop, or having a headbanging session to some of rock’s heavier acts. ". Kid A is the fourth album by the English rock band Radiohead, released on 2 October 2000 by Parlophone.They recorded Kid A with OK Computer producer Nigel Godrich in Paris, Copenhagen, Gloucestershire and their hometown Oxford, England.. After the stress of promoting Radiohead's acclaimed 1997 album OK Computer, songwriter Thom Yorke wanted to diverge from rock music. CRAIG: I can change it for you if you want. watch more on our channel everyday new please subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtkKUNVi_jWTygRU7qGIiKA Over the years, Thom Yorke has granted us both, giving us a peek into the psyche of one of modern rock's most celebrated and enigmatic figures. The band has cited My Bloody Valentine as an influence (you can hear it best in songs like Blow Out and Planet Telex). While the latter has definitely taken inspiration from Davis’ classic Bitches Brew with the song ‘Subterranean Homesick Alien’ undoubtedly shaped in a similar manner, the former album, Amok took notes from the jazz hero too, but in a more physical way. Yorke explained his infatuation thusly: "I remember this Tom Waits quote from years ago, that what keeps him going as a songwriter is his complete ignorance of the instruments he's using. I play everyone a new song in the dressing room (which is a toilet) Its called No surprises please.". and it turned my life upside down. Francis Black’s band have often bee seen as one of the more influential bands form the alt-rock scene of early ’90s America and Yorke once admitted to the band’s seminal album Doolittle as being a record that “changed my life.”. Arriving at the mainstream stage in the early nineties, having spent most of her life performing in one guise or another, Björk hit the big time with her incredible LP Debut, and with it, she gained a huge wealth of fans too. He had an interesting and illustrious career.Here MusicSnake Magazine put together a list of 12 interesting facts you probably didn’t know about Thomas Edward Yorke. The adult Yorke was evidently still smitten by the star-cross'd teens: Radiohead contributed "Talk Show Host" to Aussie auteur Baz Luhrmann's 1996 film, Romeo + Juliet. Thom Yorke pays tribute to “huge influence” Scott Walker. So everything's a novelty. "It's the most extraordinary thing I've ever read," Yorke said about the book in an interview with the Shambhala Sun. As part of a conversation for the 2009 Grammys, Yorke recalled the moment he witnessed David Bowie’s ‘Ashes to Ashes’. Thom Yorke has cited Neil Young as an influence. Sometimes it can turn your hero into a bit of a zero, especially if their own choice of inspiration isn’t quite what you’d hoped it would be. "He's one of my main vocal influences, more so than Thom Yorke is." "When I mix," Yorke explained to French magazine Les Inrocks, "I tie together bits that sound like they're from the same universe, that have a similar sound, then I add a bit of Afrobeat and it generally works perfectly, it gives life to the entire room." Sci-fi authors and their work have often constituted another color on Yorke's lyrical palette. Godrich wasn't far off. Two decades ago, he looked into the future and it weirded him out. “I was like, ‘Who is Neil Young?’”, The singer soon found himself a nearby record shop trying to right his wrongs and picked up Young’s 1970 LP After The Gold Rush. Young's influence can be heard most clearly on The King of Limbs' "Give Up the Ghost. Thom Yorke AP The UK government and the European Union are locked in a war of denials over the end to free movement across the continent for performers and crew. A neon-coloured trip, total cinema in your head, and endlessly inspiring,” Yorke shared how influential the band were to his adolescent days. in the mid-eighties, I was listening to bands like Japan. Edward Norton and Thom Yorke: 'The last thing we wanted was for it to get bloody' Xan Brooks ‘I was offered Fight Club, but I’d just come off tour and couldn’t mentally tie my own shoelaces Start here. Thom Yorke, ‘Black Swan’ (2006) “Ultimately to me it’s not rapping at all, it’s poetry,” Radiohead’s Thom Yorke told Dazed about his favorite rapper. Thom Yorke’s biggest musical influences: Neil Young . That's a slight rewrite of the line "You're not living, you're just killing time," which is from Bradbury's dystopian classic Fahrenheit 451. The album also happened to include his favourite song of all time, ‘Unravel’, calling it “one of the most beautiful songs I’ve ever heard.”. Yorke admitted to Mojo magazine that "Pyramid Song" takes its structure from Mingus' "Freedom.". The fragmented digital jazz of the latter's Los Angeles and Cosmogramma no doubt served as inspiration for cuts like King of Limbs opener "Bloom" and Amok's "Stuck Together Pieces." I was weird.” Yorke noted to VinylWriters, “And through his songs, Stipe spoke to me, ‘It’s okay, you don’t have to justify yourself to anyone.’ Shortly after that, I signed up for art school and started to take making music seriously.” When you also add to this the fact that the band picked up Radiohead for one of their mammoth US tours in the mid-90s and you have yourself perhaps the most influential artist in Yorke’s life. Additionally, Yorke admitted in a BBC6 interview that he couldn't make it past the first song on Comicopera — and meant it as praise. “Before I discovered R.E.M. It includes songs by artists such Liars, David Bowie, the Verve, the Rolling Stones, Scott Walker, DJ Shadow, Prince Buster, Elvis Costello, Throwing Muses, Arvo Pärt, Laika, Can, and Modeselektor among many, many others. “Obviously, all music that I listen to inspires me. Futuristic, anxious, skeptical, and capable of great beauty: J.G. 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