Brian Eno to Release Huge Box Set 'Music For Installations'

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Brian Eno photographed during a photo shoot  in hotel Santa Clara on Jan. 30, 2015 in Cartagena, Colombia. 

Brian Eno is releasing a massive box set featuring music he has written for installations from 1986 to the present. All of the music on Music For Installations is either “new, rare, or unreleased.” The projects the music is culled from were featured at the Venice Biennale, the Marble Palace in St. Petersburg, Ritan Park in Beijing, the Sydney Opera House, the Astana Expo in Kazakhstan, and more.

A 64-page booklet included with all versions of the set (the 6-disc standard CD version, the 6-disc CD super deluxe version, and the 9xLP vinyl super deluxe version) features visual art and photographs from the original exhibitions. Eno is also slated to release a collaborative 12″ with My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields on Record Store Day (April 21), featuring the previously released track “Only Once Away My Son.” Music For Installations is due out on May 4 via Astralwerks.


Released on May 4th 2018, ‘Music For Installations’ is an extensive collection of new, rare and previously unreleased Brian Eno recordings from his critically acclaimed audio-visual installations covering the period 1986 to the present. Available as 6 CD and 180GM 9 LP box sets and as a limited, highly collectable super-deluxe 6-CD set. Each edition includes an original Eno essay and for the deluxe CD, a unique, individually numbered Plexiglass cover book. CD Box Set: Vinyl Box Set: Super Deluxe Edition: #deluxe# #boxset# ambient# #electronic# #music# #roxymusic# #davidbowie# #limitededition#

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This article originally appeared on Spin.