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PJ Harvey, Patti Smith, Brian Eno, and More Spoke at a Pro-Julian Assange Conference [UPDATE]

Julian Assange, Wikileaks founder, is currently residing in London's Ecuadorian Embassy, in part because he is resisting being extradited to Sweden to stand trial for sexual…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 25, 2017

Brian Eno: Great Musician, Also Glad That Donald Trump Gave Us a “Kick Up The Arse”

What are your favorite Brian Eno albums? Mine are probably Before and After Science and Fourth World, Vol. 1: Possible Musics, but I also, of course, love…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 23, 2017

Listen to an Excerpt of Brian Eno’s Upcoming Ambient Album Reflection

Brian Eno's new ambient album Reflection is due out on New Years Day, but to get a sense of what we're in for, BBC Radio 6…
Winston Cook-Wilson / December 28, 2016

Brian Eno Has a New Ambient Album Coming Out on New Year’s Day

Music for Airports fans, rejoice: Brian Eno is returning to the world of ambient music, with a new album due out at the dawn of…
Winston Cook-Wilson / November 15, 2016

Brian Eno Shares Cover of the Velvet Underground’s ‘I’m Set Free’

Next week, Brian Eno will release The Ship, his first solo album in four years. Closing the two-song set will be the three-part "Fickle Sun,"
Andrew Unterberger / April 21, 2016

Brian Eno Unveils Sprawling New 21-Minute Long Song, ‘The Ship’

The legendary producer and musician Brian Eno, arguably responsible for shaping a major subset of modern pop music, has just unveiled the lush, lengthy title…
Brennan Carley / March 30, 2016

Brian Eno’s New Album ‘The Ship’ Arrives on April 29

Tireless experimenter Brian Eno has announced a new album, The Ship, to be released this April. According to a press release, the album was "conceived from experiments…
Anna Gaca / February 24, 2016

David Bowie’s Final Email to Brian Eno May Have Referenced His Own Death

David Bowie's longtime collaborator and friend Brian Eno has shared a statement about the his death, according to NME (via BBC News). "David's death came as a complete…
Harley Brown / January 11, 2016

Back to the Future of Music: Taking a Second Look at Some Old Predictions

For the next week, SPIN will be venturing into the great unknown to attempt to answer some questions (or at least hazard some guesses) about…
James Grebey / October 21, 2015

Dan Deacon Covers Brian Eno’s ‘1/1′ on Moogfest EP

The long-running electronic music festival Moogfest has released a new EP featuring some of today's most innovative electronic artists covering their favorite predecessors' material. The five-song EP, Translational…
James Grebey / July 14, 2015

Brian Eno and Underworld’s Karl Hyde Pursue Oblique Strategies on ‘High Life’ and ‘Someday World’

When Brian Eno and Underworld frontman Karl Hyde got together to record Someday World, released in May, they intended to create in the experimental mode…
Barry Walters / July 1, 2014

10 Albums to Stream: Lykke Li, Brian Eno & Karl Hyde, Kishi Bashi, Lily Allen, and More

The weekend is almost upon us. Celebrate with fresh releases from the likes of Lykke Li, Lily Allen, Kishi Bashi, Dolly Parton, PAWS, and more. They're…
David Zisser / May 2, 2014

Damon Albarn’s Modern Life Is Rubbish on Endearingly Great ‘Everyday Robots’

As most folks know, SXSW is more about brands than bands; it has been for over a decade. To wit: For 10-plus years now, there's…
Garrett Kamps / April 28, 2014

Brian Eno and Underworld’s Karl Hyde Rev ‘Daddy’s Car’

Apparently Brian Eno and Underworld's Karl Hyde have a thing for cars and space. "Satellites," the first song from their upcoming collaborative album Someday World, featured…
Dan Reilly / April 7, 2014

Brian Eno and Underworld’s Karl Hyde Blast Off on Sax-y ‘The Satellites’

"I dream the sound of cars / To drown the satellites," Brian Eno sings at the end of "The Satellites," the first song from his…
Marc Hogan / March 4, 2014
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