The Big Mates discuss whispering, Sufjan Stevens, poached eggs, and Familial by Philip Selway.
Adam, Steve, and Lucas continue their deep dive into the career and discography of Radiohead by tackling the debut solo offering from drummer Philip Selway. They talk about the writing and recording process, the context surrounding the songs, and offer up analysis, opinions, and thoughts from three differing perspectives on music, from being deeply into analysis and music, to not caring for art or critique, and everything in between.
They also touch on Thom Yorke's new band, some of Jonny Greenwood's concert work, and the soundtrack to Norwegian Wood.
How does the album influence and inform the music of Radiohead? Is this a Christmas album? Did Thom rip off Phil? Find out on this episode of What Is Music?
Our next episode is out on Monday February 27th and will kick-off the deep dive into Radiohead's eighth studio album, The King of Limbs.
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