The albums of musical svengali Brian Eno are being re-released this month with redesigned covers by Wordsalad. Neroli (pictured) is one of Eno’s experiments in ‘functional music’, following such prolific works as Music for Airports and Thursday Afternoon. Wordsalad’s design is inspired by the ‘system-based’ music which Eno created from diverse patterning processes. The albums will be released at the end of September on All Saints Records.
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