Bonobo has just released his second video ‘No Reason‘ from his album Migration which came out last week. The single features vocals from Nick Murphy, after listening for over a week, I have to say that this is by far the best track on the album. Bonobo’s melodic beats and Murphy’s soothing vocals’ makes No Reason a winner.
This week’s five track playlist features artists such as Bon Iver, Alexander biggs, Cat Clyde, Phoria and Ryley Walker.
Bon Iver – 29 #Strafford APTS
Discovering this absolute gem by Bon Iver was exactly what I needed as the cold days of winter are coming to an end. With 29 #Strafford APTS they have managed to blend a fusion of folk, rock and soul, reminding me of some of my lovable guitar musicians – Nick Drake and John Martyn.
Listening to Iver’s new album, 22, A million, the layers of instrumentals on this album keep unveiling themselves, making each listening experience unique and engaging.
Electronica artist Bonobo has recently announced Migration, his upcoming album which is a follow up to the 2013 hit The North Borders. He shared a video for the album’s lead single “Kerala”. The video features Gemma Arterton, a frantic woman shuffling through the streets as she tries to run away from a meteor. The album also features popular names such as Rhye, Nicole Miglis, Nick Murphy, Innov Gnawa and Hundred Waters.
This week’s five track playlist features artists such as Buckley, Monte Booker, Guggenz, Matthew IM and Earl Sweatshirt.
Buckley – Distant
This track’s been on my SoundCloud collection for quite a while and now feels like the perfect time to bring it to the forefront. These melodic flows and fluid beats are what music is all about. I am all about what the London-based rapper has been putting out for some time and this very much represents himself.
This week’s five track playlist features artists such as Bonobo, Couros, Melvv, Zola Blood and SOHN.
Bonobo – Kerala
After a long four years, we are finally blessed with another studio album called Migration. “Kerala” is the lead single and it has every ingredient of becoming a hit. I’ve listened to his albums numerous times, So I can’t really wait for Migration to drop. It’s so damn good.
Temples have announced the launch of their second album. Titled ‘Volcano’ it follows in the footsteps of 2014’s critically acclaimed debut ‘Sun Structures’ which was an indie music sensation all over the world and will be released on March 3rd, 2017. The debut was self-produced and recorded at the band’s home studio.