Inaugural Machine du Vin brings Bonobo, CC:DISCO!, Booka Shade & more to the South of France

Ever wanted to just escape to somewhere completely indulgent and extra? Surround yourself with music, wine and good food only somewhere say, Paris, could offer? Machine du Vin has you covered. The crew behind the Australian ‘Wine Machine’ franchise of events is expanding this year, bringing an eclectic line up of electronic artists and DJs through…

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Single of the Day: George FitzGerald ft. Bonobo “Outgrown” (2018)

For some smooth sounds to complement an almost-end-of-the-week vibe that is today, we present George FitzGerald‘s new one, and a collaboration with Bonobo at that. “Outgrown” is as you’d expect: it’s lush, delicate and explores FitzGerald’s already fleshed out electronic soundscape that we’ve really been enjoying over the past year. All of this is, of course, a…

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Festival Review: Singapore welcomes a stellar line up as the 2018 St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival kicks off in style

Another year, another Laneway Festival has come and gone. With the closure of Neon Lights last year, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival remains the only up-and-running premiere indie festival in Singapore – surpassing the short-lived likes of counterparts Hostess Weekender, The Gathering, and Camp Symmetry. And yet, this year’s edition of Laneway presented a mixed bag….

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Bonobo, Harvey Sutherland, BADBADNOTGOOD & more locked in for Laneway Festival after parties

There’s no denying that Laneway Festival 18′ is going to be massive, and while we’re still reeling from that insane lineup, we’re just as excited for the Official Laneway Festival after parties that will take place in Sydney and Melbourne. These after parties will be featuring late night kick-ons from Bonobo, Harvey Sutherland, Hiatus Kaiyote,…

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Bonobo announces Splendour sideshows in Australia and New Zealand

Splendour sideshow announcement day is a magical day of the year. LA-based British musician/producer/DJ Bonobo has announced headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth in July, his first tour since 2015. This time round he’s bringing his full band, the tour cycle supporting his latest release Migration, described as ‘the most sophisticated record of his career’. The album…

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Queens of the Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem lead 2017 Splendour in the Grass announcement

It’s here. After much speculation and #fakenews, the 2017 Splendour in the Grass line up has been revealed, with Queens of the Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem, The xx, ScHoolboy Q and more set to head to Byron Bay this winter. Splendour exclusives sit with Schoolboy Q and Future Islands, while returning 2016 artists Sigur Ros are also lined up to make a special appearance. The…

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Music Video of the Day: Bonobo ft. Nick Murphy “No Reason” (2017)

Bonobo released album number six in Migration last year and, eagerly, we put our mitts all over it and have been sinking into those lush sounds all week. Today, he has shared the official music video for recent single “No Reason”, which features Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker). Inspired by Birdman and Alice In Wonderland, the music video is trippy, playing on…

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Single of the Day: Bonobo “Break Apart” (2016)

In what was simply a perfect musical pairing waiting to happen, contemporary R&B project Rhye has provided some exceptionally beautiful vocals for Bonobo’s single, “Break Apart”. This is a stripped-back, velvety soundscape where dreams are made. Lifted from his sixth studio album Migration, due January 13th, “Break Apart” illustrates both the transitory nature of the album and Bonobo’s…

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Album News Weekly: 10th November 2016

This week in album news, we hear a taste of Cloud Nothings‘ fourth studio album, Sampha is set to release his highly-anticipated debut and The Flaming Lips are as influential and prolific as ever… BONOBO Simon Green, the multi-talented muso behind Bonobo, will release his first solo album since 2013 this January via Ninja Tune. Titled Migration,…

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