Bonobo’s ‘Migration’

Bonobo’s ‘Migration’ is Simon Green’s sixth studio album recorded in Los Angeles with Innov Gnawa, Nicole Miglis, Nick Murphy and Rhye as guests and released on January 13, 2017 by Ninja Tune.

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Track Listing : 1.Migration (Simon Green, Jon Hopkins) – 05:28 . 2.Break Apart (Simon Green, Michael Milosh) – 04:34 . 3.Outlier (Simon Green) – 07:55 . 4.Grains (Simon Green) – 04:28 . 5.Second Sun (Simon Green) – 03:43 . 6.Surface (Simon Green) – 04:11 . 7.Bambro Koyo Ganda (Simon Green) – 05:02 . 8.Kerala (Simon Green) – 03:57 . 9.Ontario (Simon Green) – 03:52 . 10.No Reason (Simon Green, Nick Murphy) – 07:28 . 11.7Th Sevens (Simon Green) – 05:07 . 12.Figures (Simon Green) – 06:08

Musicians : Bonobo – Artist . Simon Green – Double Bass, Electronics, Fender Rhodes, Guitar, Jupiter 8, Mellotron, Piano, Polysix, Prophet 5 . Innov Gnawa – Vocals On (7) . Nicole Miglis – Vocals On (6) . Nick Murphy – Vocals On (10) . Rhye – Vocals On (2) . Alan Hardiman – Trombone . Jon Hopkins – Keyboards, Piano . Ryan Jacob – Flugelhorn, Trumpet . Mike Lesirge – Clarinet, Flute, Tanor Sax . Harrison Mills – Percussion . Tylana Enomoto – Violin . April Dawn Guthrie – Cello . Rocío Marron – Viola . Bianca Mcclure – Violin

Production : Produced By Simon Green . Joel Hamilton – Engineer . Kevin Metcalfe – Mastering . Jeremy Underwood – Engineer

Arrangements : Tylana Enomoto, Simon Green

Package : Matt De Jong – Design . Neil Krug – Photography

Recorded 2016.

Released On January 13, 2017 By Ninja Tune.

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The Guardian
Bonobo: Migration review – pensive ambient electronica from a nomadic soul It might not be the revolution the music world is pining for, but streaming services have recently reported an explosion in the popularity of ambient world electronica. […]

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Bonobo’s New Album ‘Migration’ Is About How Bittersweet it is to Live Abroad The 12-track LP, out on Ninja Tune on January 13, is a disjointed record that makes stylistic leaps—from suffocating melancholic strings to the frenzied euphoria of breakbeat drum loops—so big it throws you off balance. […]

Wired
Bonobo reveals the dark inspirations behind his new album Migration Eighteen months later, he landed in Los Angeles with a suitcase and no home. Migration, the album born from that experience, addresses the British musician’s own peripatetic life, while making the issue of human migration intensely personal. […]

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