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David Byrne and Brian Eno Create Digital Gospelnew

What can two seasoned musicians do to convert new fans, to show they're still influential? In the case of David Byrne and Brian Eno, the answer is: Be themselves.
Tucson Weekly  |  Annie Holub  |  09-04-2008  |  Reviews

David Byrne and Brian Eno's Recent Work Sounds Familiarnew

Eno's musical settings recall the curious warmth of his mid-'70s recordings, and their sonic consistency prevents Byrne from indulging in the sort of genre exercises that have made his post-Talking Heads solo work so spotty.
Westword  |  Michael Roberts  |  09-02-2008  |  Reviews

David Byrne and Brian Eno Collaborate Once Againnew

Thanks to the internet, this iconic pair of rock innovators realized their first collaboration since 1981's My Life in the Bush of Ghosts. The long-distance results of Everything That Happens Will Happen Today are not merely cohesive but ultimately result in a textured and nuanced record of abstract, gospel-toned songs.
Artvoice  |  Donny Kutzbach  |  08-25-2008  |  Reviews

A Byrne-ing Sensationnew

After decades of pushing the boundaries of how pop music (and music in general) can be defined, David Byrne and Brian Eno have performed the only shock maneuver remaining to them: turning tail and running from the avant-garde.
New York Press  |  Jamie Peck  |  08-25-2008  |  Reviews

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