A week ago I had the pleasure to see Radiohead perform at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Philadelphia, my place of origin, and probably one of the most beautiful cities in the country (no bias). Now seeing Radiohead was probably at the top of my bucket list
The warm late May air lingered all night at the Comcast Center in Mansfield, Mass. last Tuesday as Radiohead rocked the enormous, sold-out crowd. Radiohead constantly pushes the envelope of what is considered "good" alternative rock; from the early 90's, that meant a ear-awakening guitar chunk in "Creep," a number of albums that seemed ahead of the times (OK Computer and Amnesiac come to mind), and albums that changed the state of music as we know it (like In Rainbows, available for any price a consumer wants to pay)
In the wake of the madness that was the Black Keys' Boston show, I couldn't decide how best to channel that into Exposure. Answer? Why not play a track from their opener, the inimitable and dashingly-accented Arctic Monkeys
Sleigh Bells? Radiohead? The synapse-melting guitars'n'beats + the burbles of Thom Yorke's synthey prowess? Please, people, let's vote to legalize this marriage of madness in all 60 states (I'm counting moon colonies) and get on with the Exposure lovin'
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