Radiohead’s Kid A Mnesia Digital Exhibit Open Now #MusicMonday
Once upon a time, many years ago, when Adafruit was young, In Rainbows came out. The sky over New York was stark and grey. And as we kitted and shipped and designed and soldered, we listened to one of the all time great grey sky albums. Fitting here, to report on Kid A Mnesia. It’s like “a spooky haunted Guggenheim Museum, the immersive art-y game world looking back on Radiohead’s Kid A and Amnesiac,” free for your PC or Mac. Here’s more from Radiohead:
Radiohead and Epic Games Publishing are proud to present KID A MNESIA EXHIBITION: an upside-down digital/analogue universe created from original artwork by Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood and sound design by Nigel Godrich to commemorate 21 years of Radiohead’s Kid A and Amnesiac albums.
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