January 13, 2017
Downtempo, Future Garage, electronic, ambient, chill out, downtempo
02.Break Apart (feat. Rhye) 04:34
05.Second Sun 03:43
06.Surface (feat. Nicole Miglis) 04:11
07.Bambro Koyo Ganda (feat. Innov Gnawa) 05:02
10.No Reason (feat. Nick Murphy) 07:28
11.7th Sevens 05:07
All told, Migration is an impressive improvement over The North Borders, and easily the most listenable record of Bonobo’s fifteen-plus year career. It’s a record with equal appeal for electronic music fans and general listeners, something you could put on anywhere.
Jazz-heavy, experimental but rooted in beats, ‘Migration’ plays with your emotions in a way that befits a post-break up period — and is yet another fine offering from the Ninja Tune mainstay.
The Guardian -
Inspired by his experiences as a nomadic musician rather than global issues surrounding migration, the record shares the same melancholic intensity of Jon Hopkins’ Immunity, but its head remains in the clouds rather than the club.
Simon Green, AKA Bonobo, is an artist very much at the peak of his powers. His 2013 album ‘The North Borders’ was the high watermark of his career to date: a masterful record, marrying Green's inimitable melodic genius to cutting edge electronics, bass and drums.
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.
BONOBO "Migration" stream, слухати
Bonobo "Break Apart" (feat. Rhye)
Bonobo "No Reason" (feat. Nick Murphy) video