From their new joint album Someday World.
Star-studded collaborative arrives in May.
The 13-track effort is due out in May.
Preview the lead single/title track right now.
Peter Gabriel shakes up the idea of musical ownership.
Featuring Brian Eno, Nick Zinner, and many others.
Albarn continues to shine light on African musicians with unique collaborations.
Quid pro quo, Peter.
Behold, the healing power of ambient music!
David Bowie, Elliott Smith, Biggie, Pulp, The Cure, and loads more.
A veteran UK producer, a Wu-Tang Clan member, and a guy from OKC.
James Blake’s second new song in as many hours.
Featuring Brian Eno, James Murphy, Erykah Badu, Nile Rodgers, Giorgio Moroder, and more.
This kid has come a long way.
There’s a lot to absorb.
Also, audio reviews for Soundgarden, Brian Eno, and Social Studies.
In or out of a specific context, Eno continues to innovate.
Celebrate 50 years of electronic music from Kraftwerk to The Chemical Bros.
Hear all four releases in full.
Compose songs using visual soundscapes.
Due out November 13th on Warp.
A version fom Steve Nieve’s French house party.
Tigermending will be the Puscifer member’s fourth solo LP.
On drone music, The Taj Mahal Travelers, Brian Eno, Medicine, and Sunn O))).
Genius loves company.
A handsome collaboration of music and words
“…one of the best prog fests on the planet.”
Eno and poet Rick Holland give it another go.
And it has reversible artwork!
The Asheville, NC-based festival adds another legend to its 2011 bill.
Another collaboration from the man behind the curtain.
20th Anniversary editions “likely” to be combined in deluxe box set this fall.
Collaborative effort features poet Rick Holland.
Warning: The results may be otherworldly.
Friends as in David Gilmour, Johnny Greenwood, and Brian Eno.
It never ends.