Brian Eno Reflects on His 'Apollo' Album in a New Documentary
The producer chats about his landmark moon landing-inspired 1983 album and it's 2019 re-release.
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The Guide to Getting Into Brian Eno, the Playful Genius
From ambient soundtracks to alien planets to mega-hits fit for supermarkets to, uh, working with Coldplay, the legendary English producer has done it all. Here's where to start.
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The Guide to Getting into Roxy Music
Featuring Bryan Ferry and Brian Eno, Roxy Music’s melodramatic yet undersung art rock paved the way for punk, new wave, and decades of music to come.
An Airport Is Playing Brian Eno's 'Ambient 1: Music For Airports' On Repeat
It's only happening today so get yourself down to London City Airport and chill the fuck out I guess?
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The Guide to Getting into David Byrne
Like all good artists, he examines how we look at the world and does so using a sound that regularly shifts from genre to genre.
Dance to Your Own Anxiety on David Byrne's "Everybody's Coming to My House"
His new album 'American Utopia' is out 9 March.
Brian Eno, Talib Kweli, and Kathleen Hanna Support Lorde in Open Letter
"We deplore the bullying tactics being used to defend injustice against Palestinians and to suppress an artist’s freedom of conscience," the letter reads.
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Nick Cave Defends His Decision to Play Shows In Israel
He said he is making a "principled stand against anyone who tries to censor and silence musicians" in a press conference on Sunday.
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Brian Eno and My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields' New Song Is a Lush Drone
The 9-minute shoegaze-ambient epic "Only Once Away My Son" comes courtesy Adult Swim's Singles series.
The Chaotic Evolution of Napalm Death's 'Scum,' the World's First Grindcore Album
Founding vocalist and bassist Nicholas Bullen reflects on the electronic-tinged journey the album has taken since its 1987 release.
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David Byrne Working with Brian Eno and Oneohtrix Point Never on New Music
No word on when the new music will drop.
On Brian Eno and the End of De-Civilization
Eno's new album 'Reflection' is arrhythmic and unpredictable. In the Age of Trump, it's also a clarion call for meditation.