Thom Yorke, the enigmatic Radiohead frontman, releases a brand new album. Anima was written by Thom Yorke and produced by Nigel Godrich. The album features 9 tracks, some of which can be heard in the new Paul Thomas Anderson film of the same name, with an extra track exclusively on vinyl. Traffic kicks things off with a nagging hook and some throbbing electronics and this seems to be the common thread throughout this amazing album. There's traces of Autechre, Massive Attack, Vangelis and Tangerine Dream all over this but it's still all sewn together by Thom and his machines in a very unique style. It's not a million miles from where he or Radiohead are right now but with tracks like the submarine bleep of Not The News or the sizzling drum break dub of Impossible Knots there really is only one man that makes music like this. His best solo album yet by far.