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Radiohead workforce up with Epic Video games for a digital exhibition

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Radiohead are releasing a digital exhibition to have fun the 21-year anniversary of their Child A and Amnesiac albums, and it will be accessible on the Epic Video games Retailer this November. It is referred to as the Child A Mnesia Exhibition, and from the sounds of issues we’ll be capable of discover some form of interactive atmosphere whereas we take heed to the band’s previous iconic tunes. This actually wasn’t an Epic unique I used to be anticipating, however it sounds fairly cool nonetheless.

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In accordance with a press launch, the Child A Mnesia exhibition “is an upside-down digital/analogue universe created from Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood’s unique art work and audio design by Nigel Godrich.”

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Radiohead labored with each Epic, namethemachine (who create software program for stay exhibits and interactive performances) and Arbitrarily Good Productions to make the exhibition. Its launch appears set to coincide with the reissue of the previous Child A and Amnesiac albums, Child Amnesiae, which comes out on November fifth (through Pitchfork).


There isn’t any phrase on whether or not will probably be an interactive factor like, say, the League Of Legends Pentakill concert that passed off the opposite night time (that had viewers clicking furiously to ship off fireworks and voting for what would occur). Although being an “exhibition” it implies extra observing, and fewer viewers participation.

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On the Epic Games Store page for the exhibition it lists its genres as “exploration” and “first-person”, and its options as “single participant” and “controller assist”. Take from that what you’ll, however on the very least it appears probably we’ll be wandering round some cool areas whereas listening to some candy tunes. We’ll discover out for certain someday this November.

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