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Brian Eno

Brian Eno From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Brian Eno Brian Eno 2008.jpg Eno, at the Museo MADRE of Naples, in June 2008 Background information Birth name Brian Peter George Eno Born 15 May 1948 (age 65) Woodbridge, Suffolk, England, UK Genres Experimental rock, ambient, minimalism, electronic, art rock, glam rock, art pop[1] Occupations Producer, musician, songwriter, artist Instruments Synthesizer, piano, keyboards, vocals, organ, saxophone, guitar, bass Years active 1970–present Labels Island, Polydor, EG, Obscure, Opal, Virgin, Astralwerks, All Saints Records, Rykodisc Associated acts Roxy Music, David Bowie, Coldplay, Talking Heads, Robert Fripp, Cluster, Devo, U2, David Byrne, Robert Wyatt, 801 Website brian-eno.net Music sample Dune Prophecy Theme 0:00 Brian Peter George St

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Laraaji: Through Luminous Eyes

Read "Through Luminous Eyes" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Ambient/New Age veteran Laraaji is best known for his meditative electrified zither playing, His first broad exposure came with the Brian Eno-produced Ambient 3: Day of Radiance (Editions EG, 1980). Recently he returned to the piano--his first instrument--on Sun Piano and Moon Piano (Self Produced, 2020). Although he considers the EP Through Luminous Eyes to be ...

All That You Can't Leave Behind 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (2CD)

Label: Universal Music Group
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: The Album Remastered - Beautiful Day; Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of; Elevation; Walk On; Kite; In A Little While; Wild Honey; Peace on Earth; When I Look at the World; New York; Grace; The Ground Beneath Her Feet. CD 2: Elevation: Live (highlights) - Elevation; Beautiful Day; Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of; Kite; I Will Follow; Sunday Bloody Sunday; Desire; Stay (Faraway, So Close!); Bad; Where the Streets Have No Name; With or Without You; The Fly; Walk On.

Mixing Colours

Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Released: 2020
Track listing: Spring Frost; Burnt Umber; Celeste; Wintergreen; Obsidian; Blonde; Dark Sienna; Verdigris;; Snow; Rose Quartz; Quicksilver; Ultramarine; Iris; Cinnabar; Desert Sand; Deep Saffron; Cerulean Blue 18. Slow Movement – Sand

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Merzbow / Mats Gustafsson / Balázs Pándi: Cuts Open

Read "Cuts Open" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Calling Cuts Open by Merzbow (aka Masami Akita), Mats Gustafsson and Balázs Pándi their sotto voce record would be like saying you received a love tap from Mike Tyson. This is the trio's fifth release, following the inaugural Cuts (RareNoise Records, 2013), Live In Tabačka 13/04/12 (Tabačka Records, 2015) and two sessions with the addition of ...

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Lucia Cadotsch: Speak Low II

Read "Speak Low II" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

On their sophomore effort, the multinational European trio around Swiss vocalist Lucia Cadotsch follows the band's initial instinct of organically dissecting and rearranging old favorites of the respective band members. This time around the trio is expanded by English keyboartdist Kit Downes' occasional organ embellishments and Lucy Railton's additions of odd melodic cello lines to conceptually ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

U2: All That You Can't Leave Behind 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (2CD)

Read "All That You Can't Leave Behind 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (2CD)" reviewed by Doug Collette

The music of U2 on All That You Can't Leave Behind is very much in keeping with the austere black and white graphics, preserved throughout the graphic design of this digipak as well as its enclosed twenty-four page booklet within. A distinct move away from the density of production experimentation on their three previous studio albums—Achtung ...

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PAKT at ShapeShifter Lab

Read "PAKT at ShapeShifter Lab" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

PAKT ShapeShifter Lab Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2020 For their live stream concert from Brooklyn's ShapeShifter Lab, guitarists Alex Skolnick and Tim Motzer, fretless bass guitarist Percy Jones and drummer Kenny Grohowski followed New York's pandemic guidelines: they wore masks and maintained a six-foot social distance. So retroactively, organizer Leonardo ...

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Carlos Niño / Miguel Atwood-Ferguson: Chicago Waves

Read "Chicago Waves" reviewed by Chris May

Chicago-based jazz drummer and electronic-beat-maker Makaya McCraven's International Anthem label has been releasing beguiling cross-genre music by a diverse roster of artists since the mid 2010s. In the process, McCraven's own double album Universal Beings (2018) gave an early US platform to musicians from the new London jazz scene including reed player Shabaka Hutchings, tenor saxophonist ...

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Kansas Smitty's: Things Happened Here

Read "Things Happened Here" reviewed by Chris May

Kansas Smitty's is the house band at a London jazz bar of the same name. Band and bar are fronted by the American-Italian alto saxophonist, clarinetist and bass clarinetist Giacomo Smith, who with guitarist David Archer wrote most of the material on this album. The band's style embraces swing era Kansas City through to more recent ...


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