‘Someday World’ Is Brian Eno And Karl Hyde’s Stunning Collaborative Album
What happens when you combine two of the most interesting and prolific producers and composers of electronic music of the last 20 years on the same album? You get something that is equally significant as it is monumental. Brian Eno and Karl Hyde are two names that need no introduction and when you hear the two names in the same sentence, well, you should get excited.
The release of their collaborative album ‘Someday World’ (on May 6th through Warp and Inertia) sees the two taking a collection of Eno’s ‘beginnings’, unfinished tracks waiting for the right element. That element was Hyde who has helped transform the work from a collection of experiments into realised tracks.
Along with the help of an incredible cast of collaborators (Will Champion of Coldplay), ‘Someday World’ was produced by Brian Eno and 22 year old Fred Gibson, continuing an ongoing collaboration between Hyde and Eno that sees the two together on a complete album for the very first time. With galloping synths and drum machines at work, you won’t want to miss giving this a listen.
You can listen to the opener “The Satellites” below.
‘Someday World’ is out on the 9th of May 2014 on Warp Records through Inertia.