With rumors of a new album in 2016 setting the internet alight, electronic powerhouse Bonobo drops a treat for fans in the shape of an exclusive, deluxe physical edition of a much-loved remix. Featured regularly in the fired-up DJ sets he’s been playing across the globe, Bonobo’s take on French jazz legend Henri Texier’s ‘Les La-Bas’ is jazz-tinged house at its most compulsive. The track will be made available for the first time for Record Store Day 2016, in a beautiful heavyweight 12” edition designed by Grammy-Nominated artist Leif Podhajsky, and featuring a pattern created by raised varnish studs. The b-side features Texier’s original track, first released by the double-bass virtuoso and Don Cherry collaborator in 1977.
released April 22, 2016
Written by Henri Texier
Published by Jean Marie Salhani Editions Musicales/Le Sphinx/Reverb Music
Written by Simon Green & Henri Texier
Published by Kobalt Music / Jean Marie Salhani Editions Musicales/Le Sphinx/Reverb Music
supported by 37 fans who also own “Les Là-Bas (Bonobo Remix)”
All stunning tracks, that somehow never made it onto an official album release. It just shows how prolific and talented Kieran is for this to be a collection of rejects, and yet still one of my favourites from my wider music collection... Kavokei