NPR’s First Listen is streaming the new solo album from Daniel Lanois, who’s curating and performing a full set for Anti-Thesis at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple on Monday, November 10. Lanois’ record, Flesh And Blood, comes out next Tuesday, and it “defies categorization,” according to NPR’s Bob Boilen. Here’s more from Boilen:
“For a man who’s produced records for Neil Young, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel and U2, as well as some brilliant albums of heartfelt songs on his own, Flesh And Machine is a deeply otherworldly adventure. After four decades of making records, Lanois has decided to chase sounds that have never been.”
Check out the Flesh And Blood songs “Opera” and “Iceland,” as well as a video of Lanois performing in Quebec City, and head over to NPR to stream the whole record.
Lanois also just shared a “haunting” new remix of “Doppelganger” by The Antlers, who, along with desert blues band Tinariwen, will also be performing full sets at Anti-Thesis. Have a listen:
Get tickets here to see Lanois, The Antlers and Tinariwen, as well as special guest Lonnie Holley, at Brooklyn Masonic Temple on Monday, November 10.
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