Now, the Radiohead frontman and soloist has delivered a longer edition clocking in at 1 hour 16 minutes, with a typically eclectic selection of music.
SonosMx4 playlist here- pic.twitter.com/qx6BiLNtsQ
— Thom Yorke (@thomyorke) January 28, 2021
Sonos has described Yorke’s curation as “leftfield and exploratory”, veering from legendary Italian composer Ennio Morricone to easy listening aficionado Les Baxter, and from his past collaborator Mark Pritchard to electronic producer and electro-jazz wizard Luke Abbott.
The two tracks were previously only available on black-label vinyl, which went on sale in London at two record stores last month (December 2) after the UK’s second lockdown was lifted.
Elsewhere, Yorke also paid tribute recently to rapper and producer MF DOOM who passed away last month. “Am so sad to hear MF Doom’s passing,” the musician tweeted. “He was a massive inspiration to so many of us, changed things.. for me the way he put words was often shocking in its genius, using stream of consciousness in a way i’d never heard before.”