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.
The new edition adds six new pieces along with 'Pewter', previously issued only as a bonus track in Japan.
‘Music For Installations’ is an appropriately illuminating celebration of Brian Eno’s parallel work with music, light and video.
The submissions should be between 3-5 minutes long, shot in slow motion mode preferably, then uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo or Instagram.
From soothing songs to upbeat pop, these curated playlists will offer much-needed musical therapy amid the coronavirus crisis.
The result of a 15-year collaboration, ‘Mixing Colours’ explores the nature of sound, its colours and textures and the subtle variety of moods they inspire.
The new visuals offer an enriching counterpart to seven of the album’s eighteen pieces.
Their debut for Deutsche Grammophon, the album will be released internationally on 20 March.
The new deal will release the composer's new albums under the imprint ‘Studio Richter’ on Decca Records and provide a continuing partnership with Deutsche Grammophon.
The upcoming exhibition will feature uncovered photographs and videos, original synthesisers, cassettes and vinyl.
Split between elliptical pop songs and minimalistic instrumentals, Brian Eno’s ‘Another Green World’ is a proto-ambient masterpiece that still resonates today.
The genre-straddling composer also recently completed a sold out seven-night residency at London's Barbican.
This is music without frontiers. Today, soundtracks often introduce us to music through its use on TV adverts, television programmes and in movies, used to heighten the effect of the images we...
Los Angeles-based producer TOKiMONSTA has also collaborated with Jessie Ware, Kelly Rowland and more.
The news comes as the influential musician and producer was also presented with the Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication at the Starmus V science festival.