"Tiny Mix Tapes" founder Marvin Lin argues for the importance of Radiohead's "Kid A" in this 2010 160-page book of the same name. In it, he examines both how the record was made and how it was listened to, dissecting its concepts and its reception. Lin's book offers revealing insights into one of the most enigmatic bands of its era.
Music has inspired other artists for generations - painters, writers, photographers and more. Chronicled by the poster artists, writers, photographers, and performers themselves, the books within this category offer intimate portraits of an exceptional time and place.