Bonobo – Fragments (2022) [FLAC 24bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: Bonobo
Album: Fragments
Genre: Electronic
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 51:21
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 625 MB


01. Bonobo – Polyghost (01:48)
02. Bonobo – Shadows (04:45)
03. Bonobo – Rosewood (04:02)
04. Bonobo – Otomo (06:11)
05. Bonobo – Tides (03:46)
06. Bonobo – Elysian (03:02)
07. Bonobo – Closer (05:11)
08. Bonobo – Age of Phase (05:42)
09. Bonobo – From You (03:30)
10. Bonobo – Counterpart (05:32)
11. Bonobo – Sapien (04:03)
12. Bonobo – Day by Day (03:44)


This is Bonobo’s most awaited album. First of all because, since his first try Animal Magic on the Tru Thoughts label in 2000, the English producer, now signed to Ninja Tune (the label led by Coldcut) had never taken so long to release an album, five years since Migration. And secondly because since then, Simon Green has had three Grammy nominations (for Migration, Bambro Koyo Ganda in 2017 and Linked in 2019) and has therefore seen his fanbase grow. It’s been a tough start for Bonobo, who’s been hit by family tragedy. He eventually found his way back to the studio with Lara Somogyi, an American musician who’s reinvented the harp with fx pedals. While exploring the sound of modular synthesizers, he began to imagine a world through sessions with all-rounder Miguel Atwood-Ferguson (Flying Lotus, Dr. Dre, Thundercat etc.). But it was Jamila Woods, the new star of Chicago’s New School, who gave him the key by singing the track Tides, which was the “focal point” of the album according to Green. The Los Angeles based producer, who went off into the wild to recharge his batteries between two lockdowns, lets his desire to get back to DJing shine through with a series of Detroit house style dancefloor bangers like Shadows, Rosewood, Otomo and Counterpart. The latter being one of the prettiest tracks on the album, both silky and intoxicating, like this Fragments which is more coherent than it seems. – Smaël Bouaici

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