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Thom Yorke Records 18-day Soundtrack To Stanley Donwood's Exhibit

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Thom Yorke has recorded a new 18-day soundtrack that coincides with an art exhibition by Radiohead visual artist Stanley Donwood.

Yorke's soundtrack, entitled Subterranea, features 18 days worth of original material, according to a press release quoted by Triple J. There are no plans for an official release.

"Being a Thom Yorke solo piece, Subterranea is closest in tone and style to the more ambient moments of Tomorrow's Modern Boxes or the music for Radiohead's Polyfauna app than anything else in the band's catalogue, though from last night's exhibition, there were a few digitally spoken sections in the vein of "Fitter, Happier" as well," the press release reads.

"With no plans to release the music after the exhibition, the soundtrack can only be experienced at The Panic Office, which runs from May 21 - June 6."

Donwood launched the showcase this week at Carriageworks in Sydney, Australia. The exhibit, which spans 25 years worth of work, is titled The Panic Room and runs until June 6.

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