Apple is sponsoring this year's Met Gala, so it was only expected that the company would be in charge of the music as well. During Monday's Metropolitan Museum of Art's press presentation, it was revealed that Apple Music will be spearheading the sonic experience surrounding their upcoming exhibition, Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, with Brian Eno's Music for Airports chosen as the album which will stream throughout.

"It was the first album created under the label and coincidentally, was one of the first albums featured under Apple’s Beats 1 Radio," exhibition’s curator Andrew Bolton explained. The project is a mix between analogs and electronic sounds, which Bolton believes will directly correlate with the exhibition's theme, which ties together the future with the past. With a concept that explores how fashion has always been at odds with technology, Apple Music and the Met are on their way to proving how they can flourish together in the future.