On July 19 Brian Eno reissued his 1983 LP album Apollo, which is now called Atmospheres and Soundtracks.
This album excels at simulating a visual experience from the sparsest means. Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks gets a sparkling remaster and an album’s worth of great new tracks.
The album interprets the vastness and weightlessness of space in a variety of different ways and is both timeless and poignant in how it does so.
“The music of Apollo is meditative and benign, yet strangely inscrutable; a reminder that while you might be able to visit space, it will never be home.”
Publishing: Bucks Music Group