Bonobo - Migration MP3 Full Album
|1||–Bonobo feat. Innov Gnawa||Bambro Koyo Ganda|
|6||–Bonobo feat. Rhye||Break Apart|
|8||–Bonobo feat. Nick Murphy||No Reason|
|9||–Bonobo feat. Nicole Miglis||Surface|
New music from Simon Green aka Bonobo is always an event, but when it heralds the arrival of a whole new album (his first since 2013’s “The North Borders”), it’s really something to get excited about. The masterful, magisterial “Migration” is Green’s sixth album and it’s a record which cements his place in the very highest echelons of electronic music and beyond.
Lead track ‘Kerala’ was the first track Green recorded for the new record, putting together a rough version of it on the tour bus while DJing across the States in 2014. It’s both a classic piece of Bonobo music and a development, all arpeggiated, twisted, layered strings and shuffling dancefloor rhythm. The music gradually builds until his introduction of a sample from RnB singer Brandy, itself cut up and dealt with as a further texture, with the whole sitting in a sweet spot of uplifting euphoria that he’s so adept at finding. The hypnotic video (also released today), has been directed by Bison (Jon Hopkins/London Grammar/ Rosie Lowe). It compliments the shuffling arpeggios and beats perfectly by creating staggered loop effects where the lead Gemma Arterton (Quantum of Solace/Inside No. 9) battles through a mysterious, distorted reality with a meteor flying overhead.
In particular, there is a theme on the upcoming album of migration, eruditely put by Green as “The study of people and spaces,” he expands, “It’s interesting how one person will take an influence from one part of the world and move with that influence and affect another part of the world. Over time, the identities of places evolve.”
Indeed there is a “transitory nature” to the album, not only through its themes, but also through its guests and found sounds. Michael Milosh, from the LA group Rhye, for instance, is originally from Canada and recorded his affecting vocal on ‘Break Apart' in a hotel room in Berlin. Green, meanwhile built the structure of the track during a transatlantic flight. Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker), on the other hand, is from Australia, but a shared love of disco brought the pair together for the hugely emotive ‘No Reason’. Nicole Miglis of Hundred Waters, originally from Florida, delivers a superbly understated vocal for the glistening textures of ‘Surface’, while Moroccan band Innov Gnawa, based in New York, provide the vocals, on ‘Bambro Koyo Ganda’. Additionally, Green has used a sampler (“but not in a big boomer, wearing a cagoule kind of way.”) and woven found sounds such as an elevator in Hong Kong airport, rain in Seattle, a tumble dryer in Atlanta and a fan boat engine in New Orleans into his intricate sonics.
Bonobo’s DJ shows cannot be underestimated in importance to the overall feel of “Migration”, his much loved Output DJ residencies in New York and his global ‘Outlier’ club curated series were where he road-tested tracks. The landscape of his new home in California has provided the artwork of the record, designed by Neil Krug (Boards of Canada/Lana Del Ray). All the desert locations pictured “are close to where I now live,” Green explains. “Part of the writing process was to drive up to these places and live with the tracks as I was making them. This was a new part of the world to me, where the landscape is quite alien and Martian.” The album cover art has been gradually appearing in London and Los Angeles as giant murals, and have been fully unveiled today.
A contemporary of artists such as Four Tet, Jon Hopkins and Caribou, Bonobo also counts among his famous fans the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Skrillex, Disclosure, Diplo and Warpaint. His 2013 album “The North Borders” went Top 30 in the UK and was number 1 in the electronic charts in both the US and UK. In support of that record, the 12-piece band Green runs played 175 shows worldwide, including a sold out show at Alexandra Palace. Bonobo has built a large, loyal and engaged global fanbase: over half a million album sales and over one hundred and fifty million streams on Spotify point to the levels of success achieved by this quiet, self-effacing man.
It might be difficult to imagine it, but “Migration” will take his beautiful, emotive, intricate music to an even bigger audience. “My own personal idea of identity has played into this record and the theme of migration,” Green explains. “Is home where you are or where you are from, when you move around?” The personal, it seems, can also be universal.
Migration is the sixth studio album by British record producer and DJ Bonobo. It was released on 13 January 2017. At the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, Migration was nominated for Best DanceElectronic Album, while the single Bambro Koyo Ganda was nominated for Best Dance Recording. As of July 12, 2017, Migration has sold 16,000 copies in the United States. Migration by Bonobo, released 13 January 2017 1. Migration 2. Break Apart feat. Rhye 3. Outlier 4. Grains 5. Second Sun 6. Surface feat. Nicole Miglis 7. Bambro Koyo Ganda feat. Innov Gnawa 8. Kerala 9. Ontario 10. No Reason feat. Nick Murphy 11. 7th Sevens 12. Figures New music from Simon Green aka Bonobo is always an event, but when it heralds the arrival of a whole new album his first since 2013s The North Borders , its really something to get excited about. The masterful, magisterial Migration is Greens sixth album and its a record which cements his place in the very highe. Bonobo - Migration Full Album. The Daily Dose. Ninja Tune Ltd от лица компании Ninja Tune BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. UMPG Publishing, UMPI, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing, AMRA и другие. Migration is sixth album by Bonobo, released on 13 January 2017 via Ninja Tune. It was announced on 3 November 2016 with the release of the single Kerala, and an official video. The album features Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker, Rhye, Innov Gnawa, Nicole Miglis Hundred Waters and Jon Hopkins piano on title track. Migration became a way of capturing the strange tension of period moving from UK to New York, then to Los Angeles it's a vacillating exploration of the thrills and loneliness of living as a global citizen. Overall, it's about how bittersweet it is to live abro. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 13 January 2017. Migration Bonobo album. Migration is the sixth studio album by English record producer and DJ Bonobo. On November 28, 2017 Migration was nominated for Best DanceElectronic Album at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards the single Bambro Koyo Ganda Feat. Innov Gnawa was nominated for Best Dance Recording. As of July 12th 2017 it has sold 16,000 copies in US. Album 2017 12 Songs. On his sixth album, Simon Green explores the theme of migration through global sounds. His references are subtle, but not overly serious he drifts from old-school Brandy samples Kerala to Moroccan Gnawa musicians Bambro Koyo Ganda with signature restraint Outlier . Bonobo - Migration 2017. To favorites 13 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Bonobo - Migration 2017. Bonobo - Migration. Bonobo - Break Apart Feat. Bonobo - Outlier. Bonobo - Grains. Bonobo - Second Sun. Bonobo - Surface Feat. Nicole Miglis. Bonobo - Bambro Koyo Ganda Feat. Innov Gnawa. The album was partially inspired by his touring experiences, but also by the death of a relative. Green's family is spread out across the world, and they all reconvened in Brighton, England for the funeral. These types of experiences cause Green to question what identity means, and where a person is from if he or she is constantly moving. As with all Bonobo recordings, Green absorbs a multitude of cultural influences here, from the underground club sounds of London to American folk songs