In an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke says the band’s new digital music studio, the Radiohead OK Computer, has been a “game changer” for him.
“The first thing I did was look at the product,” Yorke said.
“I didn’t know what it was until I got there, and it was like a whole new world.
It’s a really cool piece of kit.”
Radiohead released OK Computer last year, which is now available on Amazon.com and in the Apple store.
Yorke, who is known for his extreme attention to detail, has said the new kit was the biggest “game-changer” of his career.
Radiohead: Radiohead’s new computer “I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a computer that I’ve been like, ‘Wow, this is incredible’.
It’s an entirely different experience from what I had with the analogue,” he said.
Radioheads OK Computer The new Radiohead kit is available for pre-order now for £1,299.
Yorkes wife, Laura Jane Grace, is also among the fans who pre-ordered the kit.
“It’s such a new product and it’s the first kit that Thom has ever brought in,” she said.
Yorkey also revealed that he was happy to have to play with the new software on his iPhone.
“He had the app open and I was like, oh no, I can’t even open it,” Yorkey said.
Thom Yorkey’s new iPhone app with Radiohead Ok Computer and his new bike.
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Radiohead ok computers computer The new computer is Thom Yorker’s second smartphone app, following the iPhone app.
The kit is also Thom Yorkers first digital music project.
It includes a new interface and interface design, which will allow users to listen to their music on their own computers.
Yorkers wife Laura Grace also recently bought a smartphone, which she said she had been looking forward to buying since Thom York’s album “Kid A”.
“It is very nice and very sleek,” she told the BBC.
“A lot of the people that are excited about this app have been waiting for a smartphone for a long time.”
Yorke revealed that Radiohead has also had to learn to be more cautious about their music.
“There’s definitely a bit of a safety issue with our music, that we’ve had to play more cautiously,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
“We have to learn how to deal with that and it does feel like it’s something that is being pushed into us.”
Radioheads’ OK Computer smartphone app.