Thom Yorke has a great interest in sleep and the universe it allows us to inhabit. He’s also interested in a concept of Carl Jung’s: the anima and animus represent a key driver of creative power manifested in dreams, and resulting from dreamlike interactions between men and women. Imprinted in the psychological states that follow broken romance, Thom Yorke’s anima expresses itself through this album, his best solo effort to date. Built from recordings of solo concerts and studio sessions, Anima is the result of collages, filtering, transformations, re-compositions inspired by different electro subgenres (tech-house, techno, post-dubstep, etc.) and, first and foremost, the Thom Yorke way of doing things. A fabulous multimedia show followed, needless to say.
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