“There's a huge commonality between what we're interested in.” Roger Eno“These pieces are very Impressionistic and very much to do...
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“There's a huge commonality between what we're interested in.” Roger Eno “These pieces are very Impressionistic and very much to do with sonic quality, sonic colour.” Brian Eno
Roger Eno and Brian Eno – together and individually among the foremost innovators in experimental ambient music – release their first album on Deutsche Grammophon: Mixing Colours. Brian and Roger Eno have revolutionised many concepts of music production and performance, from pioneering treatments of pop music by Brian Eno to younger brother Roger Eno’s ambient synth/piano recordings reminiscent of Erik Satie. These qualities resonate on Mixing Colours. Each brings his unerring sense of place and mood to the album. The timbre in each title deepens and opens up with each listening. Specific yet abstract titles guide listeners through the collection created over several years in a unique collaboration by both artists.
The result is deep-dive listening and landscapes of sound bearing titles like abstract art: Obsidian, Deep Saffron, or Wintergreen.
Deutsche GrammophonLeftfield & Experimental2020-04-17