Brian Eno Goes Towards the Light

Brian Eno Lux

No, Brian Eno didn’t die.  His new album is called Lux which is a measurement of light.   Due out in November, it’s some deep ambient music closer in style to Music for Airports than anything recent.  No music out yet, but….. The music is actually based on and installation he has at the Great Gallery of the Palace of Venaria in Turin, Italy.  And some enterprising person actually got a nice recording of that which he put up on youtube.

It sounds like a lot of Eno music, especially his installation work where in the past he’s used multiple recordings on auto-reverse cassettes and had them all running, syncing up randomly.  Very serene and vaguely exotic, like slo-mo gamelan music.

More of it on the Lux website.  You can read more about Eno in the EchoesBlog.  Including:
Icebreaker Playing Eno’s Apollo
Brian Eno’s Poetronic
Brian Eno’s Small Craft Sessions
#1 Icon of Echoes-Brian Eno
And more, just search em out

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