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chai

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About chai

  • Rank
    flame unbound
  • Birthday August 3

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chicago, IL
  • Interests
    russian literature
    music
    playing guitar
  • Occupation
    Student
  • Favorite Radiohead Song
    Everything in Its Right Place
  • Favorite Radiohead Album
    Kid A
  • Other bands you like
    R.E.M.
    Four Tet
    Joy Division
    Talk Talk
    My Bloody Valentine
    Slowdive
    Kate Bush
    Cocteau Twins
    Brian Eno
    Grouper
    Portishead
    The Velvet Underground
    Aphex Twin
    John Coltrane
    Miles Davis
    New Order
    Flying Lotus

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    zain.ambient
  1. they're both really good.
  2. people need to listen to more ambient music to really appreciate treefingers as well as their more experimental electronic songs i recommend checking out aphex twin if you havent already.
  3. this is one of my favorites off kid a. fucking fantastic track.
  4. A video has surfaced: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvdWibyHvbk&feature=youtu.be Enjoy
  5. during the d.c. show when they played TNA jonny used his radio to tune into the queen's speech
  6. according to the website, the french connection instrument he uses in place of the ondes costs £1050, so I don't think it'll be too difficult to replace.
  7. i see thedrunkmachine has beat me to posting the link
  8. i hope i'm wrong too, but the accident at the toronto show is probably going to weigh heavily on any future touring decisions. we certainly won't be getting any on such a large scale anymore. not to mention they've always gone on about how they won't be doing this when they get old.. and well, they're starting to get pretty old now
  9. this might've been the last time they tour north america.
  10. Seeing the songs change live is really enjoyable and it's a fantastic way to experience the songs in a different light. As for the "herb" situation, sometimes it can make you notice different aspects of a tune you might not have heard before, but it's certainly not necessary to understand or even just listen to the album itself.
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