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The new track is the result of "an afternoon tea encounter" in London.
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Iconic album artwork by The Chemical Brothers, Grace Jones and more features in a new London-based exhibition showcasing designer Tom Hingston's work.
To celebrate the release of his 'Music For Installations' box set, Brian Eno premieres a video from his talk of the same name from The British Library
Their fitst album of the 80s, Tangerine Dream’s Tangram offered jazz-oriented chord patterns and melodies that were structured and accessible.