Sunday Music: Accompaniment

Yup, still haven’t finished listening to King of Limbs. This will probably carry on until tomorrow, but at least I’ve already got an idea for a post in my head, so you won’t be bothered by me carrying on this unending torrent of album love. However, I have put together some songs that aren’t King of Limbs, because these lists are of ten songs, and that’s only eight. That’s the only thing stopping me. It really is.

So what they are is an accompaniment to that album. Not to Radiohead in general, because I’m really not au fait enough with them to attempt something like that. But I have listened to a lot of this one album, and so have put together a list of songs that either have a similar vibe, or can further inform your listening. Think of using the album like a gateway, and I’m leading you a few more steps into the building. Welcome, have a seat, don’t mind the Glitchcore in the corner, he’s a bit intense, so we’ll wait with him. But mild little Post Rock? She’s lovely, and while she might seem a little slow, once you get her going you’re bound to reach a stunning conclusion. I’m not talking about sex, I’m really not. Aural capitulation, or something like that.

I should probably be quiet now and let you have a listen.

Grooveshark playlist here, songs below.


All Animals in the Form of Water – Natural Snow Buildings

Classic Noodlanding – Do Make Say Think

The Butterfly Effect – Four Tet

SexSlaveShip – Flying Lotus

Still Game – Errors

Ascension Day – Talk Talk

Tender Buttons – Broadcast

Murderer – Low

Regato – Prefuse 73

Great Release – LCD Soundsystem


About Phill Cameron

I've graduated, had a look at the world, and spat. Now I'm devoting my time to moving from 3/4 of a games journalist to 9/10ths. I figure I can get away with 9/10ths.
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