Monday, November 22, 2010

Brian Eno in the New Scientist

It makes no mention of his role as Nick Clegg's adviser on youth affairs, but the New Scientist has a positively gushing piece about Brian Eno:
Eno's own work on music technology dates back to the start of his career. Though he began with glam rock and Roxy Music in the early 1970s, he quickly began experimenting with new styles: pioneering ambient music, flirting with "generative music" and commissioning the development of software that would allow him to process sounds in strange and interesting ways.

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