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News: Brian Eno To Release New Album ‘Reflection’

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Brian Eno has commissioned a video for one of the tracks from his recently released ‘Film Music 1976 – 2020’ album. ‘Decline and Fall’, from the film, ‘O Nome da Morte’ is the piece in question, so it seemed only natural to ask the film’s director to provide the visuals. Award-winning Brazilian-born director Henrique Goldman …

“Don’t Shy Away’, the new album from Loma, is a joy: luminescent and glowing throughout with a multi-layered instrumental complexity and yet a simplicity and elegance to the songs that is immersive and enthralling. Throughout the album there are traces of flutes, trombones, saxophones in addition to synths, pianos, violins and of course guitars bass …

Out on August 29th for Record Store Day is a new pressing of Toto’s score for the 1984 fantasy science fiction film, Dune, the epic tales of a time – 10191 to be exact, when the planet Arrakis – home to the most valuable substance in the universe, melange, has caused the Harkonnens to violently …

Originally released 25 years ago, this reissue comes remastered with a booklet and two bonus tracks. The music started life as the soundtrack to Derek Jarman’s final film ‘Glitterbug’, which was a Super-8 scrapbook of his life. Eno then gave it to Jah Wobble to do with as he saw fit, who added a kind …

BRIAN ENO, the father of modern ambient music, is set to reissue two collaborative albums from the 1990s via All Saints Records. Eno/Cale’s Wrong Way Up and Eno/Wobble’s Spinner have been unavailable for a decade and a half. These reissues mark the 30th anniversary of the former, and the 25th of the latter.  Both reissues …

Brian is unarguably the better known of the Eno brothers, mainly for his metamorphosis from priapic glam-peacock synth boffin to visionary producer and ambient music pioneer. Roger though has discreetly carved out a career as a creator of instrumental music with an impressive back-catalogue of over thirty albums. This album isn’t the first time the …

Anna Calvi, described by Brian Eno as ‘the best thing since Patti Smith’, put on an absolutely blistering show at Dark Mofo this year. A combination of a mesmerising wild stage presence, virtuoso guitar shredding and an operatic voice that mixed scaling dizzy heights with impassioned screaming, Calvi was the complete package. Covering mostly songs …

There is new Brian Eno music on the horizon, quite literally actually. He’s to reissue his seminal soundtrack album ‘Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks’, written with his brother Roger and Daniel Lanois to accompany Al Reinert’s landmark feature-length documentary ‘For all Mankind’, featuring footage of and interviews with Apollo astronauts. In addition, there is a whole disc …

Brian Eno has announced details for the box set release of his ‘Music For Installations’, which comes out via UMC on May 4th, 2018. It is a collection of new, rare and previously unreleased tracks, all of which will be available on vinyl for the first time. All of the material was recorded by Eno for …

On January 1st, 2017 Brian Eno will release a new ambient double LP called Reflection via Warp Records. Reflection is a follow-up to this year’s The Ship.  According to Eno: “Reflection is so called because I find it makes me think back. It makes me think things over. It seems to create a psychological space …