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ForeverandEverNoMore by Brian Eno

Brian Eno


Release Date: Oct 14, 2022

Genre(s): Pop/Rock

Record label: Verve


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Album Review: ForeverandEverNoMore by Brian Eno

Very Good, Based on 3 Critics

musicOMH.com - 80
Based on rating 4

An engaging, expansive and thought-provoking album with unpretentious vocal delivery, a mix of organic instrumentation and ethereal synthplay At this point the career of Brian Eno to date would need a few hundred words to summarise, but his new release continues in the vein of his past few years' work - utilising his unpretentious vocal delivery, a mix of organic instrumentation and ethereal synthplay, and a sense of tranquility that envelops most of this project. FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE opens with the reverb-laden guitar figure of Who Gives A Thought, with Eno's contemplative lyrics ringing out over an ambient soundscape ("Who gives a thought about the nematodes / there isn't time these days for microscopic worms / or for unstudied germs of no commercial worth"). Fans of Eno's electronic material will be pleased to note there isn't a beat in sight, and for all his reputation as a pioneer he isn't above using loops in a manner reminiscent of his late ’70s work, such as Inclusion's piercing synth passage.

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Under The Radar - 55
Based on rating 5.5/10

Brian Eno's latest album, FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE, explores the deep mind meditation side to ambient music. The tracks are musically peaceful and unthreatening: synths, gleaming prolonged notes, and the sound of birds and ASMR breathing. Lyrically, the 10 songs attempt to pack a punch, a warning of climate change: about species dying out, capitalism, and the lack of global leadership in the face of an environmental and ecological crisis.

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Clash Music
Opinion: Fantastic

Few artists can compare to the legendary and pioneering status of ambient king Brian Eno. Since the creation of Roxy Music in 1971 , Eno's influence and genius has been everywhere. You can hear the impact of 'Music For Airports' on the Minecraft soundtrack, he mentored Fred again… at the start of his career, he's worked with Damon Albarn. In short, Eno is easily one of the most defining artists ever, and even at the age of seventy-four he has given us another new album.

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