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    New album from the UK stalwart on  Deutsche Grammophon (officially the world's longest serving record label don'tchaknow?!). "Reprise" sees Moby revisiting and reimagining musical highlights from his 30-year career. Together with the Budapest Art Orchestra, he has re-envisioned some of his most recognizable rave classics and anthems with new arrangements for orchestra and acoustic instruments. He’s also joined by a stellar line-up of guest artists from across the musical spectrum, including Alice Skye, Amythyst Kiah, Apollo Jane, Darlingside, Gregory Porter, Jim James, Kris Kristofferson, Luna Li, Mark Lanegan, Mindy Jones, Nataly Dawn, Skylar Grey and Vikingur Ólafsson.


    01 Everloving
    02 Natural Blues - Feat Gregory Porter & Amythyst Kiah
    03 Go
    04 Porcelain - Feat Jim James
    05 Extreme Ways
    06 Heroes Feat. Mindy Jones
    07 God Moving Over The Face Of The Waters – Feat Víkingur Ólafsson
    08 Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? – Feat Deitrick Haddon & Apollo Jane
    09 The Lonely Night - Feat Kris Kristofferson & Mark Lenegan
    10 We Are All Made Of Stars
    11 Lift Me Up
    12 The Great Escape Feat Nataly Dawn, Alice Skye & Luna Li
    13 Almost Home Feat Novo Amor, Mindy Jones & Darlingside
    14 The Last Day - Feat Skylar Grey & Darlingside

    Roger Eno & Brian Eno

    Mixing Colours

      Roger Eno and Brian Eno – together and individually among the foremost innovators in experimental ambient music – will release their first album on Deutsche Grammophon: Mixing Colours.Brian and Roger Eno have revolutionized 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 this new release. 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. This debut DG release will reach a wide new audience still unfamiliar with their artistry. The poetic and ambient anthology reveals two celebrated ambient musicians at the height of their artistry.

      For almost a decade, Agnes Obel has been one of the most independent and original artists in contemporary music. Now she has returned with new music, releasing the enchanting single “Island Of Doom”, ahead of the release of her highly anticipated new album Myopia–through Deutsche Grammophon, Universal Music Group’s prestigious Yellow Label, and Blue Note in North America.

      Following the same principles as with her previous albums (Philharmonics, Aventine and CitizenOfGlass), which she completed as a one-woman project in her own Berlin home studio, Obel has been under self-imposed creative isolation with the removal of all outside influences and distraction in the writing, recording and mixing process. “The albums I’ve worked on have all required that I build a bubble of some kind in which everything becomes about the album.”

      “For me the production is intertwined with the lyrics and story behind the songs,” says Obel. This is precisely what makes her music so compelling and the same is true with Myopia. “Paradoxically, for me I need to create my own myopia to make music.” Obel was experimenting with techniques of recording processing, warping and pitching down vocals, strings, piano, celesta and lutheal piano, finding ways to melt these elements together to become one and twisting them in a way that you feel at home within the sound she conjures throughout the record.

      Although Obel’s music can often curate a monologue of modern-day dystopian-esque news stories that we are all now subject to, the contents of “Island Of Doom” are much more personal, as she explains: “The song is made up of pitched-down piano and cello pizzicato and vocals, all choirs are pitched down and up… In my experience when someone close to you dies it is simply impossible to comprehend that you can’t ever talk to them or reach them somehow ever again. They are in many ways still alive because in your consciousness nothing has changed, they’re still there with everyone else you know.

      “For me Myopia is an album about trust and doubt. Can you trust yourself or not? Can you trust your own judgments? Can you trust that you will do the right thing? Can you trust your instincts and what you are feeling? Or are your feelings skewed?” – Obel.


      Barry says: Obel's latest opus challenges the backdrop of beautifully played modern classical instrumentation and meditative, soaring strings with a decidedly modern focus on vocal manipulation and production trickery, crafting a delightfully immersive and stunningly beautiful whole.


      1. Camera's Rolling 
      2. Broken Sleep
      3. Island Of Doom
      4. Roscian
      5. Myopia
      6. Drosera
      7. Can't Be
      8. Parliament Of Owls
      9. Promise Keeper
      10. Won't You Call Me

      Agnes Obel

      Island Of Doom

        'This track is 1st official single track from Agnes’ new album on exclusive 7” vinyl.


        Island Of Doom  
        Island Of Doom (Instrumental).

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