Iconic producer Brian Eno is bidding to revolutionise the music industry by recording and releasing music all in the same day.
The Brit, who has worked with David Bowie and Coldplay in the past, is experimenting with tracks he has recorded with former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne - and he wants to start a trend.
Eno says, "When I finish something I want it out that day. Pop music is like the daily paper. It's got to be there then, not six months later. So (David and I) decided to release on our websites first, then put it on the commercial websites, then as a CD, then with different packaging. It's just trying to see what works. The business is an exciting mess at the moment."