This year's event will run from November 4-7 at the Millennium Center.
Split between elliptical pop songs and minimalistic instrumentals, Brian Eno’s ‘Another Green World’ is a proto-ambient masterpiece that still resonates today.
Tangerine Dream’s third album, ‘Zeit’, arrived a full year ahead of Brian Eno’s ambient music, introducing the band’s spectacular music of the spheres.
The aptly named ‘Influences’ refers to the music that shaped this new record, from Brian Eno’s ambient works to Morricone soundtracks.
The collection includes instrumentals from visionary lo-fi producers like Moods, Hallucination Orbit, Shrimpnose, and more.
The 2LP set marks the first-ever vinyl reissue of the seminal electronic album.
The brothers’ expanded edition of their collaborative LP, ‘Mixing Colours,’ is also available today.
The new edition has been redesigned in the size of the original diary and comes with a new intro from Eno.
With a career spanning several decades, Budd was best known for his collaborations with Brian Eno and Cocteau Twins’ Robin Guthrie.
The exhibition will feature over 100 short films at The Music Center In Los Angeles early in 2021.
The strictly limited one-off CD pressing will be available on January 22 through UMC.
From soothing songs to upbeat pop, these curated playlists will offer much-needed musical therapy amid the coronavirus crisis.
Directed by Henrique Goldman, the clip accompanies a key track from Eno’s new ‘Film Music 1976-2020’ collection.
The previously unreleased track previously featured in the BBC 'Arena' documentary about the much-lauded, but controversial artist, Francis Bacon.
The expanded digital edition of 'Mixing Colours' is out now. It adds six new pieces along with 'Pewter', previously issued only as a bonus track in Japan.