Radiohead’s “Pyramid Song”: Ambiguity, Rhythm, and Participation

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Nathan Hesselink discusses how the confluence of ambiguity and rhythm in a pop/rock song creates a powerful force for audience participation, focusing on Radiohead’s “Pyramid Song” (2001) as a case study. Image courtesy of Nathan Hesselink.

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