I missed an Eno interview last month. He talked about his generative paintings…

“England has much more of a class structure in its art world than any other country,” Eno continues. “I’m a pop musician, so I don’t deserve a place in a proper gallery. I show in Italy, Japan, France, Germany, everywhere, and nobody raises an eyebrow. But over here it seems to be quite a political issue, whether a real art gallery should be allowed to show this stuff by a musician.”

He’s also contributed two songs and some keyboard work to the new Roxy Music album. Elsewhere…

“we’re trying to link early Elizabethan music with the 21st century. It’s the opposite of what the early-music people do. They try to do the most faithful rendition of what it would have been like; we’re extrapolating as far as we can, trying to make it sound like music of now rather than music of then.”