Brian Eno & Karl Hyde: ‘We had a session in the studio where you had to stand up all day’ (Q335 preview)

Brian Eno has spoken exclusively to Q about making an album with Underworld’s Karl Hyde – and admits the pair used some very eccentric techniques to record Someday World (out 5 May).

Get our latest issue, Q335 out now, as Eno allowed our writer Tom Doyle a rare visit to his London studio, where the former Roxy Music man admits sessions got pretty random.

“We had one day when you could only use instruments you’ve made yourself,” he explains.

“We had another day where you have to stand up. I think you make music differently when you’re sitting and when you’re standing, because your whole body is engaged.”

Get Q335 now for the full report on the pair’s collaboration.