“they are caught up in a future that does not exist”
- Thom Yorke on twitter
http://twitter.com/thomyorke/status/493898532685086720


Tue, 29th Jul — 18 notes

Jonny Greenwood and LCO Soloists at Roundhouse, London (28 July)

zukebattista’s photo on Instagram [X]

imogenbliss’s photo on Instagram [X]

silent__type’s photo on Instagram [X]

hidden_shine’s photo on twitter [X]


Tue, 29th Jul — 29 notes

Jonny Greenwood and LCO Soloists at Roundhouse, London (28 July)

funhouseboy’s video on Instagram [X]

Tue, 29th Jul — 7 notes

Jonny Greenwood and LCO Soloists at Roundhouse, London (28 July)

sebastianwallis’ video on Instagram [X]

Tue, 29th Jul — 5 notes

Jonny Greenwood and LCO Soloists at Roundhouse, London (28 July)

Andrew MacDougall’s photo on twitter 
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Joel Mills’ photo on twitter 
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Tue, 29th Jul — 35 notes

Jonny Greenwood and LCO Soloists at Roundhouse, London (28 July)


fenner11’s photo on Instagram [X]

rebeccakj’s photo’s photo on Instagram [X]

hidden_shine’s photo on twitter [X]

ste11achung’s photo’s photo on Instagram [X]


Tue, 29th Jul — 8 notes
NIGEL’s (not Jonny) Orpheum Amplifier

thekingofgear:

A huge thanks to Nigel Godrich himself, for his kind words and for letting us know the true owner of this amplifier!

Previously identified as Jonny’s, due to his use of the amp during a couple of the In Rainbows recording sessions, the Orpheum amplifier actually belongs to Nigel Godrich, who must have let Jonny use it for those sessions.

Nigel’s Twitter.

thekingofgear:

Thank you to Tim for finding out the true identity of the amplifier!

image

Here is a link to a forum post including pictures of an amp that looks identical to Jonny’s, and information about the Orpheum brand.

The amp, which was previously identified as an Omega amplifier, is actually an Orpheum amplifier. Though it looks almost exactly like an Omega amp, the logo on it is clearly Orpheum’s.

I suspect that the two amps are identical, Omega and Orpheum being the distributors for different countries (Omega for Japan and Orpheum for the US). Orpheum’s amps were made in Japan during the 1960’s. It is likely that either Omega was the name under which Orpheum sold amps in Japan, or Omega had some sort of deal with Orpheum such that they could sell the amps.

This particular Orpheum is an unusual 6AQ5-based amplifier. 6AQ5 is a specific type of vacuum tube, and the circuit is designed around that tube. Jonny’s Fender 5C1, for example, is based around a 6SJ7, while the Vox AC30 is EL84-based.

The person who posted those pictures on that forum also posted a video of them playing into the amp. You can listen to here.

Tue, 29th Jul — 38 notes
Philip Selway 2nd solo album Weatherhouse goes on sale on 1 October in Japan (*about a week in advance), including bonus tracks

日本公式サイト
タイトル:Weatherhouse(ウェザーハウス)
流通品番:HSE-60197
レーベル:Hostess Entertainment
定価:2,371円+税
発売日:2014.10.1(水)
●日本先行発売、ボーナストラック、歌詞対訳、ライナーノーツ付 予定 

iTunesは高音質Mastered For iTunes仕様で予約受付中!

https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/weatherhouse/id894481709?at=11lwRX

<トラックリスト>
1. Coming Up for Air
2. Around Again
3. Let It Go
4. Miles Away
5. Ghosts
6. It Will End in Tears
7. Don’t Go Now
8. Drawn to the Light
9. Waiting for a Sign
10. Turning It Inside Out
※ボーナストラック収録予定
Tue, 29th Jul — 14 notes

Mon, 28th Jul — 13 notes
Jonny’s Japanese “Omega” Amp is an Orpheum

thekingofgear:

Thank you to Tim for finding out the true identity of the amplifier!

image

Here is a link to a forum post including pictures of an amp that looks identical to Jonny’s, and information about the Orpheum brand.

The amp which was previously identified as an Omega amplifier is actually to be an Orpheum amplifier. Though is look almost exactly like an Omega amp, the logo on it is clearly Orpheum’s.

I suspect that the two amps are identical, Omega and Orpheum being the distributors for different countries (Omega for Japan and Orpheum for the US). Orpheum’s amps were made in Japan during the 1960’s. It is likely that either Omega was the name under which Orpheum sold amps in Japan, or Omega had some sort of deal with Orpheum such that they could sell the amps.

This particular Orpheum is an unusual 6AQ5-based amplifier. 6AQ5 is a specific type of vacuum tube, and the circuit is designed around that tube. Jonny’s Fender 5C1, for example, is based around a 6SJ7, while the Vox AC30 is EL84-based.

The person who posted those pictures on that forum also posted a video of them playing into the amp. You can listen to here.

Mon, 28th Jul — 38 notes

Mon, 28th Jul — 11 notes

“Gig in London tomorrow with @LCOrchestra http://rhou.se/1neMMgz chamber string film cues, @SteveReich electric counterpoint & new/old music”
“…didn’t realise that link was to photo of me. Apologies…instead here’s us rehearsing today in London fields.”
- Jonny Greenwood on twitter
http://twitter.com/JnnyG/status/493494346017435648
http://twitter.com/JnnyG/status/493497362959314946


Mon, 28th Jul — 9 notes

“marshes of essex”
- Stanley Donwood on twitter
http://twitter.com/StanleyDonwood/status/493457907967868928


Mon, 28th Jul — 12 notes

Mon, 28th Jul — 146 notes

“evening on the marshes”
- Stanley Donwood on twitter
http://twitter.com/StanleyDonwood/status/493453923609743360


Mon, 28th Jul — 43 notes