Friday, December 16

Brian Eno - The Ship (2016)


"There aren't many artists who, with 40-plus years of record-making under their belts, still see each record as a way to challenge their own paradigms with something new and different. For Brian Eno, however, this kind of challenge is core to his identity as a musician. The Ship, Eno’s newest release and his sixth on Warp, somehow manages to feel distinct from all the work he’s done. He describes this divergence as a desire 'to make a record of songs that didn’t rely on the normal underpinnings of rhythmic structure and chord progressions but which allowed voices to exist in their own space and time, like events in a landscape.' The Ship is broken into four tracks that more or less flow into one fluid 48-minute suite of music. ..."
Pitchfork
W - The Ship
Brian Eno on Kanye West, David Bowie and His Immersive LP 'The Ship'
Guardian
amazon, Spotify
YouTube: The Ship, Fickle Sun (iii) I’m Set Free

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