A new audio interview series from Consequence of Sound and Louisville’s 91.9 WFPK.
Featuring new and rare tracks recorded for his audio-visual installations.
The ex-Talking Head frontman presents a chaotic and contradictory America with music to match.
Featuring Oneohtrix Point Never, Sampha and songs co-written by Brian Eno.
Plus, the duo reveals they once reached out to (but were rejected by) Brian Eno.
Sorting through a classic catalog of psycho killers, shotgun shacks, and nothing but flowers.
Including records from Brian Eno and Kevin Shields, The National, Fleet Foxes, Rage Against the Machine, The Cure, and Arcade Fire.
They’ll contribute installations to what’s described as “an immersive 360° audiovisual exhibition combining art and technology.”
David Byrne announces first solo album in 14 years, American Utopia, shares lead single, “Everybody’s Coming to My House”: Stream
Brian Eno co-wrote the new track, which features Sampha, TTY, and Happa Isaiah Barr.
Roger Waters, Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel sign open letter in support of Lorde’s Israel concert cancelation
Mark Ruffalo, John Cusack, Kathleen Hanna, and Angel Davis also put their name to the letter.
A closer look at this year’s highlights, lowlights, omissions, and potential guests.
Here are the tracks that by and large reacted to the year with beauty and positivity.