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Electronic superstar and master of diverse collabs Bonobo (aka Simon Green) shares the final single from the highly anticipated new album drop Fragments, ahead of its release via Ninja Tune this Friday.  From You features the Brooklyn-based, fledgling lo-fi-er Joji and follows previous singles Tides with Jamila Woods and Shadows with Jordan Rakei, showing the …

Everything seems to be pointing to Simon Green, aka Bonobo having an even bigger 2022 than last year. Already at the forefront of dance music, his new album Fragments is out via the ever brilliant Ninja Tune label on January 14th. He’s pulled in a load of collaborators including Jamila Woods, Jordan Rakei amongst others. …

After the long-awaited announcement of new album Fragments, Bonobo (aka Simon Green) has released single Tides featuring Chicago singer, songwriter and poet, Jamila Woods. Bonobo will also be headlining 3 live shows at Royal Albert Hall, on top of other UK dates as part of a world tour in May 2022 (full dates below). For …

If it wasn’t enough that electronic heavyweights Bonobo and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) got together to make new track Heartbreak, well maybe sit down before we tell you Kerri Chandler has now remixed it (not that its too much of a surprise given it says so in the title). Of the project, Kerri says, …

Bonobo No Reason

You probably already know Bonobo‘s music, and even if not, you will have heard it as a soundtrack to our lives for 15 years, as he remains one of the go-to names for atmosphere in film, games, tv and adverts. “No Reason” is a new track, and taster from the new album Migration (on Ninja …

Nestled smack bang in the middle of the Swiss Alps and on the edge of idyllic Lake Géronde, the aptly named Edge of The Lake Festival returns for a ninth year.  The festival is very popular with music lovers from all over Europe, with organisers promising to “absorb the people in a eco, festive, hot …

The North Borders Tour Live has taken Simon Green (Bonobo) and Band over 180,000 miles, seeing them perform in more than 175 shows in 30 countries, across 3 continents and in front of more than 2 million people. Its an album that combines live tracks recorded at venues such as The Roundhouse (London) and Pula Arena (a genuine Roman Amphitheatre) plus live radio sessions …