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Brian Eno

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  • 'High Life' elevates the Eno-Hyde rhythm

     'High Life' elevates the Eno-Hyde rhythm
    In the same way that there's no such thing as a terrible Pablo Picasso painting, it's hard to imagine Brian Eno releasing a record worthy of dismissal, let alone contempt. Some of his 50-odd solo and collaborative albums may be more difficult than...
  • Richter's 'Recomposed' Vivaldi to be at Music Academy of the West

    Richter's 'Recomposed' Vivaldi to be at Music Academy of the West
    What is known as a cover in pop music -- a composer and/or performer making a song his or her own -- is ancient history in classical music. In medieval and Renaissance times, the chant tune on which masses were built was commonly a cover of a standard...
  • Sinead O'Connor's 'I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss' takes the lead

     Sinead O'Connor's 'I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss' takes the lead
    "I wanna be a real, full woman," Sinéad O'Connor sings to begin her strong new studio record, "and live like a real, full woman every day." For anyone in this age of tweet-sized self-presentation, that's a goal more easily stated than accomplished....
  • Throwbacks: New old sounds from Devo, No ID, Who, Jesse Saunders, more

    Throwbacks: New old sounds from Devo, No ID, Who, Jesse Saunders, more
    A modest proposal: Considering the volume of music flowing from the brains of musicians everywhere at all times, how about one month out of each year we take a break to reflect by agreeing not to release any new music? In the summer, most acts are touring...
  • Jon Hopkins bringing 'gorgeous, glitchy' jams to Bardot

    Jon Hopkins bringing 'gorgeous, glitchy' jams to Bardot
    When Jon Hopkins made his only previous visit to South Florida, he was left off the bill for a November, 2008 show with tourmates Coldplay at the BankAtlantic Center. Not that anyone would have noticed. To that point the London composer and synth...
  • Grammys 2014: The complete list of nominees and winners

    Grammys 2014: The complete list of nominees and winners
    Daft Punk took the top honors at the 56th Grammy Awards on Sunday when they took the awards for record of the year for "Get Lucky," with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, and album of the year for "Random Access Memories." They also nabbed the awards...
  • Pop album review: Boards of Canada's 'Tomorrow's Harvest'

    Pop album review: Boards of Canada's 'Tomorrow's Harvest'
    "Tomorrow's Harvest," the fourth album by Scottish ambient electronic duo Boards of Canada, begins with the sound of an audio logo, a quick "Intel inside"-suggestive mnemonic that vanishes as quickly as it arrives. The tones are followed by a moment of...
  • Alan Myers, longtime Devo drummer, has died

    Alan Myers, longtime Devo drummer, has died
    Chances are in coming days when you’re reading about percussionist Alan Myers, who died Monday after a battle with brain cancer, the words "human metronome" will be used.  Myers' drumming for punk band Devo came to define the band’s off-kilter...
  • PASSINGS: Alan Myers

     PASSINGS: Alan Myers
    Alan Myers 'Human metronome' for punk band Devo Alan Myers, 58, whose drumming for the punk band Devo came to define its off-kilter sound, died Monday in Los Angeles, said Devo spokesman Michael Pilmer. Myers had brain cancer. He was the band's...
  • Lou Reed dies at 71; rock giant led the Velvet Underground

    Like many unhappy teenagers, Lou Reed found more than a measure of solace in music. "Listening to the radio absolutely transformed me," he told The Times in 1992. "It was like a huge, major-league signal that there was another world, another life out...
  • For Lou Reed, 'Lulu' and 'Metal Machine Music' proved vision was pure

    The music world is in mourning over the death of Lou Reed, the indescribably influential singer, composer and bandleader. He was one of the first to marry rock insouciance with high-art ideas: reducing the form of a guitar band to its absolute minimum,...