— Brian Eno serves as guest artistic director for the Brighton Festival, which will come to the English seaside town May 1-23. Eno will also perform and give lectures. The festival’s lineup also includes the Books, Philip Glass Ensemble, Karl Hyde of Underworld, Tony Allen, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Lali Puna, and others. Not performing: the Stray Cats, whose “Rumble in Brighton” is such an awesome song.
— David Holmes, electronic producer and Steven Soderbergh‘s film score go-to guy, is about to get his own best-of album. On April 26, Universal will release the career-spanning collection The Dogs Are Parading. It’ll feature three new tracks and an unreleased remix from My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields.
— Right now, Memphis psych-pop band Snowglobe are at work on their very own movie. But before that drops, they’ll release Little More Lived In, their fourth album, on May 4.