Three Brian Eno Albums Available For Streaming For the First Time

Brian Eno photographed in 2016
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Brian Eno poses photographed at Paul Stolper Gallery in London on April 28, 2016. 

It's a good day for fans of ambient music pioneer Brian Eno because his label announced on Wednesday that three of his recent albums, LUX (2012), Panic of Looking (2011) and Drums Between the Bells (2011) are now available on all major streaming services for the first time. The 76-minute Lux accompanied a gallery installation and was featured in an airport terminal in Tokyo and the double-CD Drums and EP Panic, were both collaborations with English poet Rick Holland.

In other good news for Eno-philes, the BBC has uploaded the full audio from Eno's September 2015 John Peel Lecture -- the first high-profile lecture in the series since 2011 -- in which he talked a lot about art and people's perceptions of it, especially those who think of it as "something you might do when you're relaxing after you come home from a hard day's work at a proper job." 

Check out the audio below:



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