The experience of watching Bonobo is a difficult one to pin down, as each song seems like it’s own universe.
From the very first song, the raw energy of the band seemed to transform the room into a brutal yet overwhelmingly joyful miasma of limbs, fists and sweat.
With the fervent buzz of hype surrounding her early releases and the mounting media interest in her trademark brand of sultry, hypnotic R&B, Banks has certainly made a distinct impression on the music scene.
Bonobo is set to bring his ambient melancholy grooves to Bristol at the beginning of next month for a sold out show at Colston Hall.
The band’s charging bass, relentless drumming and gruff, insistent vocals create a sonic quality intended to be experienced live - and with their scrappy punk leanings, their show will definitely be one to remember.
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