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Finding Shore
The Ship
Smart (feat. Brian Eno)
Drums Between the Bells (Bonus Track Version)
Everything That Happens Will Happen Today
Small Craft On a Milk Sea (Bonus Track Version)
Stop the War Coalition (Benefit Concert) [Live]
After the Heat
Cluster & Eno
Wrong Way Up
My Life In the Bush of Ghosts
Thursday Afternoon
More Music for Films
Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks (with Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno)
The Pearl
Ambient 1: Music for Airports
Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror
Another Green World
Discreet Music
Ambient 4: On Land
Here Come the Warm Jets
Before and After Science - Ten Pictures
Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy
The Drop (Expanded Edition)
Neroli (Thinking Music, Pt. IV) [Expanded Edition]
Nerve Net (Expanded Edition)
The Shutov Assembly (Expanded Edition)
My Squelchy Life
Desert Island Selection
Brian Eno Mar 14, 2018
Released on May 4th 2018, ‘Music For Installations’ is an extensive collection of new, rare and previously unreleased Brian Eno recordings from his critically acclaimed audio-visual installations covering the period 1986 to the present. Available as 6 CD and 180GM 9 LP box sets and as a limited, highly collectable super-deluxe 6-CD set. Each edition includes an original Eno essay and for the deluxe CD, a unique, individually numbered Plexiglass cover book. CD Box Set: Vinyl Box Set: Super Deluxe Edition:
Brian Eno Mar 13, 2018
Released on May 4th 2018, ‘Music For Installations’ is an extensive collection of new, rare and previously unreleased Brian Eno recordings from his critically acclaimed audio-visual installations covering the period 1986 to the present. Available as 6 CD and 180GM 9 LP box sets and as a limited, highly collectable super-deluxe 6-CD set. Each edition includes an original Eno essay and for the deluxe CD, a unique, individually numbered Plexiglass cover book. CD Box Set: Vinyl Box Set: Super Deluxe Edition:
Brian Eno Mar 06, 2018
Brian Eno with Kevin Shields - The Weight Of History (8:53) / Only Once Away My Son (9:10) 2-track double A side 12". Strictly limited one time vinyl pressing for Record Store Day 21 April 2018
Brian Eno Feb 15, 2018
Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers present 'Bloom: Open Space' in Amsterdam this month.
Brian Eno Oct 26, 2017
'Only Once Away My Son', a new collaboration with Kevin Shields.
Brian Eno Oct 09, 2017
Brian Eno’s seasonal generative work comes full circle. An autumn iteration of ‘Reflection’ is now available on the App Store (free update for existing owners), Apple Music and Spotify.
Brian Eno Aug 08, 2017
We have one pair of tickets to give away to a very special event happening at Abbey Road Studios’ Penthouse on Tuesday August 15th. Uncut magazine’s Michael Bonner and Abbey Road mastering engineer Miles Showell will be hosting a special playback of selections from the new masters and discoursing on the significance of Brian Eno’s early solo works. Tickets are extremely limited but if you’d like the chance to win one pair please register your interest below. Arrival time at Abbey Road Studios will be 7pm and the event will finish at 9pm.
Brian Eno Aug 07, 2017
”Brian Eno’s run of albums in the ’70s was an unprecedented achievement in music” (Pitchfork). Out now - four landmark 1970s Brian Eno albums in limited edition, gatefold 2LP editions. Half-speed mastered for 45RPM at Abbey Road Studios. Click here to buy
Brian Eno Jul 01, 2017
Brian Eno's landmark generative work continues to change with the seasons. New Summer iteration of ‘Reflection’ available on Apple Music, Spotify and the App Store now.
Brian Eno Jun 15, 2017
August 4th, 2017. Four landmark 1970s Brian Eno albums released in limited edition, gatefold 2LP editions. Half-speed mastered for 45RPM at Abbey Road Studios. Click here for more and pre-orders -
Brian Eno Apr 18, 2017
An excerpt of Brian’s interview about the 'Reflection' app with BBC Click.
Brian Eno Apr 01, 2017
Brian Eno’s landmark generative work is changing with the seasons. New iteration of ‘Reflection’ available on Apple Music, Spotify and App Store now.
Brian Eno Apr 01, 2017
Stream ‘Refleciton’ (Excerpt) – The landmark generative work is changing with the seasons. New Iteration of ‘Reflection’ available on Apple Music, Spotify And The App Store now. iTunes / Apple Music – Spotify – Original Version available on 2 LP, CD, Digital: Bleep – Eno Shop – Stream ‘Reflection’ –
Brian Eno Mar 13, 2017
Brian Eno: Light Music – book launch and book signing. Brian Eno’s book ‘Light Music’ will be launched on the 20th March, 6 – 8pm at the Paul Stolper Gallery, WC1. ‘Light Music’ is limited to 1,500 copies. 250 copies of the book, numbered 1 – 250 are accompanied by a signed and dated lithograph. 251 - 1500 priced at £45.
Brian Eno Feb 24, 2017
A final reminder to anyone who has purchased the Brian Eno : Reflection app - The link to the free download gift will be removed after 28th February, so if you have not yet downloaded it to your Mac or PC, please do so before that date. We’ve had a few messages from customers whose email links were blocked by spam filters. If you never received an email, please contact the support address from the website below, giving the email address you provided in the app.
Brian Eno Feb 20, 2017
An interview with Pitchfork
Brian Eno Feb 02, 2017
As a result of the Brexit-related fall in value of the British pound Apple have increased the prices of all apps sold in the UK by 25%. While we always intended REFLECTION to be a premium priced app, we feel this increase makes it too expensive, so we will take the hit in order to keep the British price to the consumer at its original level. In other territories this decision will translate into a reduced price for the app. As a thank you to anyone who has paid the higher original price for the app, we are making available a free download of a new piece of music created with similar algorithms to those in Reflection. This will be available to anyone who has purchased the app to date and will be available to download until 28th February. REFLECTION APP here:
Brian Eno Jan 26, 2017
There was a Guardian interview with me earlier this week which had as its headline "We've been in decline for 40 years - Trump is a chance to rethink". I didn’t use those words in that way (as reading the article would make clear), and they've been taken (particularly by some American websites) to suggest that I support Trump. Anybody familiar with my views will know that this is not true. So: may I make something absolutely clear: I think Donald Trump is a complete disaster. And Brexit is a disaster too. That said, what I think is an even greater disaster is that we in the US and the UK - and increasingly the rest of the world - live inside political systems that can produce absurd results like these. We now see political careers built upon lies and deceit and encouraged by openly biased media organisations, more concerned about revenue and ratings than giving the public real information. It’s this whole system that has to change: not just who leads the government but something deeper and more fundamental in our political and social processes. Democracy assumes an informed public: it doesn't work if the media are corrupt. Changing the faces at the top doesn’t alter anything if the whole machinery beneath them stays the same - the rich become the super-rich, the middle class stagnates and the poor get poorer. My hope - the only hope really - is that Trump in office will reveal himself for what he really is, and that the public will roundly and unequivocally reject him and everything he stands for - his terrible policies, his jingoism, his arrogance, his childishness, his lies, his prejudices and his small-mindedness. In rejecting Trump we’ll also start to take down the whole malignant media-political structure that so lovingly nurtured him. As I've written before, I believe that Trump can turn out to be not the beginning of a long decline, but the end of one - the turning point. For 40 years we've been sliding into a deepening pit of inequality, fear-driven nationalism and conservatism, and mostly not noticing. Trump’s presidency could inadvertently change that - not because he's going to do anything right but because his election is energising people to come to grips with the fact that their political system is fundamentally broken and it's time to do something about it. The demonstrations that happened last weekend are a reflection of this new mood. It would have been better if we hadn't got to this point, but that's where we are. My feeling is that a Clinton presidency (or even a 'remain' vote in Britain), though more comfortable in the short term, wouldn't have dealt with the fundamental problems that beset both our political systems. Trump has proven beyond doubt that the system is broken, so let's fix it. – Brian
Brian Eno Jan 11, 2017
Part one of Brian's interview with Jehnny Beth on Beats 1 is available to hear below.
Brian Eno Jan 06, 2017
Brian features on the cover of Flaunt’s latest issue. Read the full interview below.
Brian Eno Jan 05, 2017
The new album ‘Reflection’, available now on Warp Records. iTunes – Bleep – Stream –
Brian Eno Jan 03, 2017
Hear Brian discuss his new album ‘Reflection’ and the ambient works of his career with Jarvis Cocker
Brian Eno Jan 01, 2017
2016/2017 The consensus among most of my friends seems to be that 2016 was a terrible year, and the beginning of a long decline into something we don’t even want to imagine. 2016 was indeed a pretty rough year, but I wonder if it’s the end - not the beginning - of a long decline. Or at least the beginning of the end….for I think we’ve been in decline for about 40 years, enduring a slow process of de-civilisation, but not really quite noticing it until now. I’m reminded of that thing about the frog placed in a pan of slowly heating water… This decline includes the transition from secure employment to precarious employment, the destruction of unions and the shrinkage of workers’ rights, zero hour contracts, the dismantling of local government, a health service falling apart, an underfunded education system ruled by meaningless exam results and league tables, the increasingly acceptable stigmatisation of immigrants, knee-jerk nationalism, and the concentration of prejudice enabled by social media and the internet. This process of decivilisation grew out of an ideology which sneered at social generosity and championed a sort of righteous selfishness. (Thatcher: “Poverty is a personality defect”. Ayn Rand: “Altruism is evil”). The emphasis on unrestrained individualism has had two effects: the creation of a huge amount of wealth, and the funnelling of it into fewer and fewer hands. Right now the 62 richest people in the world are as wealthy as the bottom half of its population combined. The Thatcher/Reagan fantasy that all this wealth would ‘trickle down’ and enrich everybody else simply hasn’t transpired. In fact the reverse has happened: the real wages of most people have been in decline for at least two decades, while at the same time their prospects - and the prospects for their children - look dimmer and dimmer. No wonder people are angry, and turning away from business-as-usual government for solutions. When governments pay most attention to whoever has most money, the huge wealth inequalities we now see make a mockery of the idea of democracy. As George Monbiot said: “The pen may be mightier than the sword, but the purse is mightier than the pen”. Last year people started waking up to this. A lot of them, in their anger, grabbed the nearest Trump-like object and hit the Establishment over the head with it. But those were just the most conspicuous, media-tasty awakenings. Meanwhile there’s been a quieter but equally powerful stirring: people are rethinking what democracy means, what society means and what we need to do to make them work again. People are thinking hard, and, most importantly, thinking out loud, together. I think we underwent a mass disillusionment in 2016, and finally realised it’s time to jump out of the saucepan. This is the start of something big. It will involve engagement: not just tweets and likes and swipes, but thoughtful and creative social and political action too. It will involve realising that some things we’ve taken for granted - some semblance of truth in reporting, for example - can no longer be expected for free. If we want good reporting and good analysis, we’ll have to pay for it. That means MONEY: direct financial support for the publications and websites struggling to tell the non-corporate, non-establishment side of the story. In the same way if we want happy and creative children we need to take charge of education, not leave it to ideologues and bottom-liners. If we want social generosity, then we must pay our taxes and get rid of our tax havens. And if we want thoughtful politicians, we should stop supporting merely charismatic ones. Inequality eats away at the heart of a society, breeding disdain, resentment, envy, suspicion, bullying, arrogance and callousness. If we want any decent kind of future we have to push away from that, and I think we’re starting to. There’s so much to do, so many possibilities. 2017 should be a surprising year. - Brian
Brian Eno Dec 28, 2016
Mary Anne Hobbs premiered an excerpt from Reflection yesterday on BBC Radio 6 Music. Listen below.
Brian Eno Dec 27, 2016
Brian joined Professor Brian Cox for Shaun Keaveny’s show on BBC Radio 6 Music. Listen back to the interview below