Brian Eno


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  • 25th anniversary reissue of this unique coming together of Brian Eno and ex-Public Image Limited bass player Jah Wobble, also featuring Jaki Liebezeit from Can on drums Starting life as the soundtrack to Derek Jarman’s Glitterbug, Eno passed stereo mixes of the film cues to Wobble who embellished and built upon them to construct...
  • Originally released in 2010, ‘Small Craft On A Milk Sea’ was Eno’s first release for Warp and his first new album since 2005’s more songbased collection ‘Another Day On Earth’ It takes the form of fourteen improvised pieces conceived to be “the mirror-image of silent movies - sound-only movies” Made in...
  • 'Lux' is Brian Eno's first solo album for Warp Records and his first solo album since 2005's 'Another Day On Earth' It's an absorbing 75 minutes of slow moving, glassy harmonics, plangent piano keys and evaporating strings, all bathed in reverb and allowed to serenely waft about the space with a seemingly aleatoric logic The...
  • Reissue of Brian Eno’s 1992 album which found him returning to a more rock-oriented sound, albeit skewed through an aesthetic that is simultaneously playful, funky and claustrophobic, and featuring a mixture of vocal and instrumental excursions Includes contributions from Robert Fripp, Robert Quine and John Paul...
  • Reissue of Brian Eno’s 1992 album dedicated to Russian artist and friend Sergei Shutov, and a continuation of the atmospheric ambient work found on records such as On Land and Thursday Afternoon Eno had discovered that Shutov often painted to his music but was unable to obtain many of his records in then-communist Russia He...
  • This long-awaited album brings together 17 tracks from Eno’s most recognisable film and television work spanning 5 decades Eno’s music has been used in hundreds of films and he has composed more than 20 soundtracks for some of the best known directors in the world including David Lynch, Danny Boyle, Peter...
  • A 12" EP – Luminous – containing seven new tracks Following its release in March, the Eno brothers’ debut Deutsche Grammophon album, Mixing Colours, caught the imagination of critics and listeners alike with its eighteen meditations on the slow, shifting nature of sound and time "Again the evocative titles are...
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    “Brian Eno and John Cale’s 1990 collaboration is an album of contention, contrasts, cycles, and pop songs so layered and euphoric it ranks among the best albums either artist has ever made” - Pitchfork 30th anniversary reissue of the historic coming together of two icons of leftfield music Having both started their careers...
  • Roger Eno and Brian Eno – together and individually among the foremost innovators in experimental ambient music – release their first album on Deutsche Grammophon: Mixing Colours Brian and Roger Eno have revolutionized many concepts of music production and performance, from pioneering treatments of pop music by Brian Eno to...

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