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FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE is the 22nd solo studio album from Brian Eno and the first since January 2017’s Reflection.
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A Year with Swollen Appendices: Brian Eno's Diary

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The diary and essays of Brian Eno republished twentyfive years on with a new introduction by the artist in a beautiful hardback edition.
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Lux (2020 reissue)

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‘Lux’: Originally released in 2012.
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Nerve Net (2020 reissue)

2lp + download - £18.99
‘Nerve Net’: Reissue of Brian Eno’s 1992 album which found him returning to a more rock-oriented sound, albeit skewed through an aesthetic tha...
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Ambient 1: Music for Airports (2018 Abbey Road Remaster)

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Brian's pioneering Ambient album from 1978.
Eno (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  1. Brian Eno - All I Remember *Previously Unreleased*
  2. Brian Eno with Daniel Lanois and Roger Eno - The Secret Place
  3. Brian Eno & Fred Again - Cmon
  4. Brian Eno & Cluster - Ho Renomo
  5. Brian Eno - Sky Saw
  6. Brian Eno & John Cale - Spinning Away
  7. Brian Eno & Tom Rogerson - Motion In Field
  8. Brian Eno - There Were Bells
  9. Brian Eno - Third Uncle
  10. Brian Eno & David Byrne - Everything That Happens
  11. Brian Eno - Stiff
  12. Brian Eno with Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins - Emerald & Lime
  13. Brian Eno - Hardly Me
  14. Brian Eno & David Byrne - Regiment
  15. Brian Eno - Fractal Zoom
  16. Brian Eno - Lighthouse #429 *Previously Unreleased*
  17. Brian Eno & Roger Eno - By This River (Live At The Acropolis) *Previously Unreleased.

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Eno (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

  • 2lp

    Released: 12th Jul 2024

  • cd

    Released: 12th Jul 2024


The official soundtrack features 17 tracks from throughout Eno’s prolific recording career, including 3 previously unreleased recordings.

Rich with access to hundreds of hours of never-before-seen footage and unreleased music, Gary Hustwit’s documentary, 'Eno', employs groundbreaking technology to accomplish something that’s never been done before: a feature film that’s never the same twice. Hustwit and creative technologist Brendan Dawes have developed bespoke generative software designed to sequence scenes and create transitions out of Hustwit’s original interviews with Eno, and Eno’s rich archive of hundreds of hours of never-before-seen footage, and unreleased music. Says Hustwit, “Much of Brian’s career has been about enabling creativity in himself and others, through his role as a producer but also through his collaborations on projects like the Oblique Strategies cards or the music app Bloom. I think of Eno as an art film about creativity, with the output of Brian’s 50-year career as its raw material. What I’m trying to do is to create a cinematic experience that’s as innovative as Brian’s approach to music and art.”