🎡 Thom Yorke: Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film)

Listened Thom Yorke: Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film) by an author from Pitchfork
Yorke’s score tackles a broader range of styles and ideas than any of his previous solo work, and all of them shine. There are appropriately cinematic, minor-key passages for piano and strings; great sheets of electronic buzz; gorgeous choral miniatures with a whiff of Arvo PΓ€rt’s arctic grace; brooding, gothic Americana; and striking forays into pure electronic abstraction, the kind of thing you might have found on the German experimental label Mille Plateaux in the late 1990s.
Pitchfork also wrote a review of the title track.

Recorded on what sounds like the type of upright piano you might find in the corner of an empty recreation hall, β€œSuspirium” drifts along with practically no production, a desolate snapshot of Yorke in his studio, quietly summoning with moody magic.

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