Thom Yorke and Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja, have released UK Gold for free. This modern-day dreamscape-like score, accompanies a documentary by the same name, which takes aim at clandestine corporate tax avoidance in the UK. Radiohead bandmate Jonny Greenwood contributes as well. "Mosquito Beat Slow" is immediately catchy—it ends quickly however, clocking in at a little more than a minute. The track "Mono Jam One V2" is a sludgier version of, "A Brain In A Bottle," from Tomorrow's Modern Boxes. String arrangements mingle with the produced hums and elongated tones during "Embers." Creepy, atmospheric sounds are morphed into physical evidence on, "Pin Loon Break Up." Bass pulses behind the industrial pop of "Battle Box," a song void of Yorke. In all, there are 12 tracks, vehicles for the films greater message. You can click over to Soundcloud or UK Uncut for streaming. Enjoy.
"Pin Loon Break Up" | UK Gold | Yorke & Greenwood
The UK Gold | Trailer