Brian Eno

Basic Income and the Three-Day Work Week

Julian Vigo | Posted 12.09.2017 | UK Politics
Julian Vigo

There is a crisis in the British Labour Party and it is not just the internal struggles of the hard versus the soft left, nor is it between the few wh...

Brian Eno Reveals Poignant Final Email From David Bowie

The Huffington Post UK | Daniel Welsh | Posted 12.01.2016 | UK Entertainment

Brian Eno has opened up about the poignant last email he received from David Bowie. READ MORE: Brixton Turns Out In Spectacular Style To Celebrate...

Perhaps Tristram Hunt Should Step Back from The Labour Party

Graham Bendel | Posted 08.12.2016 | UK Politics
Graham Bendel

While Momentum assure the mainstream media that they are not advocates of deselection and are "inclusive" and all things nice, I can't help but be a little disappointed...

Brian Eno & Me

David Wilson | Posted 10.05.2015 | UK Entertainment
David Wilson

The Enos became our link to the music world. They set about bringing in tens of thousands of pounds with three fundraisers, "Little Pieces from Big Stars", "Pagan Fun Wear" and "Milestones".

Eno, Gaza and the Politics of Long-Distance Emoting

Dave Clements | Posted 06.10.2014 | UK Politics
Dave Clements

I don't usually write about international relations. Or about music for that matter. My thing is social policy, whether its welfare, health and social...

Caroline Frost

FILM REVIEW: We Are Many - Tireless, Ambitious Filmmaking

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 20.05.2015 | UK Entertainment

It took director Amir Amirani eight years and two re-mortgages to bring this to the screen, and it shows. 'We Are Many' is an incredibly ambitious fil...

Talking With a Traveling Man

Daniel Cadwallader | Posted 16.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Daniel Cadwallader

Born in Lagos Nigeria, then moving to Holland as a youngster before attending university at Cambridge and then finally settling in the not-so-sleepy seaside town of Brighton, this trail blazed by the producer/musician has left an indelible mark on his music, both as the bassist in, electro/indie pioneers, Metronomy and as a solo artist.

David Bowie: What We Can Expect From 'The Next Day'

Sam Dix | Posted 11.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Sam Dix

With the new album, 'The Next Day', due to be released in March, featuring a cover that can only be described as a very 'Bowie' take on the previous album cover of 'Heroes', it might be quite fun, though ultimately pointless, to have a quick guess as to what it will almost definitely sound like.

'Frozen Planet' Shrugs Off Controversy For BAFTA Wins

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 14.05.2012 | UK Entertainment

Frozen Planet, which was hit by controversy after it emerged its footage of newborn polar bear cubs was actually filmed in an animal park and not in a...

Frank Gehry and Thinking Beyond Paradigms

Rick Holland | Posted 19.01.2012 | UK Entertainment
Rick Holland

The excerpts that follow are the comments of 82 year old architect Frank Gehry, interviewed for Wallpaper magazine (Dec 2011 issue), which I just read for the first time in a cafe.

The World Changing Artist: Working With Brian Eno

Rick Holland | Posted 03.01.2012 | UK Entertainment
Rick Holland

Brian remains curious and unsatisfied every single day and firmly believes, as I do, that what artists explore can change the world, and not in any Hollywood sense, but as a slow ongoing feedback between culture and society where possibilities are imagined.

James Long Menswear Spring/Summer 2012

Joao Paulo Nunes | Posted 24.11.2011 | UK Style
Joao Paulo Nunes

It was clear, from the moment the first model took to the runway to the initial notes of Brian Eno's 1973 glam rock song 'Baby's on Fire', that the au...

Protest Calls For Afghan Withdrawal

PA | Posted 08.12.2011 | UK

Musicians, actors, film-makers, artists and MPs are joining anti-war activists for a protest marking the 10th anniversary of the Afghanistan war. T...