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To coincide with the release of LUX, the album was broadcast at four times during Saturday 17th November 2012 via Brian-Eno
Brian Eno's latest ambient effort sees him returning to his roots in the genre with albums like Ambient 1. At first, I found that pretty refreshing, and I loved the combination of piano, violin, synths, and guitar on these tracks, too. However, the album is seriously lacking in terms of new approaches or variation. What did you think of this album? Love it? Hate it?
Lux is the twenty-fourth solo studio album from Brian Eno, released through Warp on 13 November 2012. Critical reception has positively compared it with Eno's previous ambient work and noted that it is both relaxing as well as challenging music for those who engage it critically.
Band Name Brian Eno. Album Name Lux. Type Album. Released date 12 November 2012. Music StyleExperimental Rock. Members owning this album2. Brian Eno. Learn more. Other productions from Brian Eno. The Ship.
Brian Eno discusses Reflection. Reflection is the latest work in a long series. It started (as far as record releases are concerned) with Discreet Music in 1975 ( - or did it start with the first Fripp and Eno album in 1973? Or did it start with the first original piece of music I ever made, at Ipswich Art School in 1965 - recordings of a metal lampshade slowed down to half and quarter speed, all overlaid?) Anyway, it’s the music that I later called ‘Ambient’.
Album · 2012 · 4 Songs. LUX’s final two sections begin to take on the dimensions of a modern classical piece, hinting at a sense of final completion. Ultimately, Eno blurs the distinction between composer and collaborator as he merges his musical vision with the listener’s own inner environment. LUX Brian Eno. Alternative. Listen on Apple Music.
Brian Eno – Lux. Label: Beat Records – BRC-356. Format: CD, Album, Paper Sleeve. Artwork, Written-By, Producer – Brian Eno. Notes. Comes in mini LP replica with OBI & Japanese insert. Rights Society: JASRAC. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All.
By Oliver Keens ‘Lux’ is 75 minutes long. For quite a few of those minutes you’ll hear dead space between notes.
|WARPCD231||Brian Eno||Lux (CD, Album, Ltd)||Warp Records, Opal Records||WARPCD231||UK||2012|
|BRC-356LTD, BRC-356||Brian Eno||Lux (CD, Album, Ltd, SHM)||Beat Records, Warp Records, Beat Records, Warp Records||BRC-356LTD, BRC-356||Japan||2012|
|WARPCDD 231||Brian Eno||Lux (4xFile, WAV, Album)||Warp Records||WARPCDD 231||UK||2012|
|WARPCD231||Brian Eno||Lux (CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial)||Warp Records , Opal Records||WARPCD231||Russia||2012|
|WARPLP231||Brian Eno||Lux (2xLP, Album)||Warp Records, Opal Records||WARPLP231||UK||2012|
Electronic / Rock