Throughout his four-decade career, electronic pioneer Brian Eno has made himself busy by working with others, either on collaborative albums like 2010's Small Craft On A Milk Sea (with Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins) or production work like Coldplay's recent Mylo Xyloto. It's been awhile since we've heard the British musician on his own, but we finally get that chance today.
Warp Records will release Lux, Eno's first solo album in seven years on Nov. 13, and they're offering up a full stream of the record as well. It's nearly eighty minutes of ambient beauty, harkening back to Eno's groundbreaking 1978 LPs Music For Films and Music For Airports. Head to Spin to take a listen.
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