7digital What we said: Blurring the lines between music and art has always been Brian Eno’s forte, but that boundary has never been so nebulous as it is on his first solo studio album for Warp. For LUX, Eno took his inspiration from a work housed in the Great Gallery of the Palace of Venara, Turin, and subsequently translated that aesthetic into an ambient, 75-minute composition, divided into twelve sections. As with classics Music For Films or Music For Airports, texture is king here, with thoughtfully placed piano notes and strings variously accentuated and obfuscated by reverb, and passages vacillating seamlessly between light and shade. It’s a pleasure to hear the old master at work.
|Track Number||Track Title||Track Length||Track Price/Buy Link|
|19:20||Not available separately|
|18:13||Not available separately|
|19:19||Not available separately|
|18:27||Not available separately|
- ℗ 2012 Opal Ltd under exclusive license to Warp Records Limited
- © 2012 Warp Records Limited