Tag Archives: Brian Eno
Essential Listening: The Best Albums Of 2018
We survived. Well, most of us. As with my best songs of the year list, this list is restricted to ten and is in alphabetical order. However, the title of this post is somewhat disingenuous as I haven’t restricted this … Continue reading
Posted in Essential Listening Tagged 1/3, 2/3, 2018, Aphex Twin, Autechre, Blood Orange, Boards Of Canada, Bon Dylan, Bootlegs, Brexit, Brian Eno, Compilation, Compro, Dance Hall Style, Deadline Paranoia, Essential Listening, Gabe Gurnsey, Horace Andy, Jeremy Corbyn is a cowardly twat, Kate Bush, Keith Richards, King Of Cowards, Leaving via a Gatwick drone, Machinedrum, Negro Swan, New Year, NTS Sessions 1-4, Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-insides, Oregon, Pet Shop Boys, Physical, Piano & A Microphone, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Prince, Reeperbahn, Reissue, Scott Walker, Skee Mask, SOPHIE, Soya milk drinking welly wearing yoghurt producing vegan types, Switched on Eugene, The Purple One, Too lazy and tired to do a bigger list, Various, Voices Of Freedom Leave a comment
Essential Listening: Frank Ocean – Blond (2016)
In the excellent documentary 30th Century Man, Brian Eno, clearly hamming it up a touch for the cameras, mused, with pious exasperation, that pop music’s proclivity for ingenuity had stagnated. What he was implying was more forgiving; bands often aspire … Continue reading
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