Glastonbury Festival have announced the first wave of artists for their 2014 event this morning taking place between 27th-29th June. Take a look at these and then try and work out who the headline ‘special guests’ are. There are more to be announced soon but rumours flying around that a Led Zeppelin line up could be the guests. Thoughts? Rumours also flying around that Shepard Fairey is doing artwork for the band right now for a forthcoming release.
After wowing crowds at the Troxy at the end of last year, Bonobo is back with a full live band to play two dates at Koko.
With Andreya Triana lending her unique vocals to proceedings and the brilliant Anchorsong [who we saw rock the stage opening for Prefuse 73 not long back] as support, it’s set to be a date to remember.
Playing on the 25th and 26th of April, tickets are available from here and here, with early bird tickets priced at £19.50, advance tickets at £24 and tickets on the door priced at £27. Get in quick or else you’ll miss out on what’s sure to be one hell of a show.
It’s been a great year for Simon Green, whose 4th album as Bonobo was released in March to critical acclaim. The Ninja Tune stalwart is something of a favourite here, with Black Sands being a permanent fixture in and around the Crossfire stereo.
As way of celebration of this fact, Green will play a rather special show this Saturday (11th) at The Troxy in London. The 2,600+ venue should make the perfect setting for Bonobo, following on from his sold out show at The Roundhouse with another suitably beautiful gig venue. UK shows could be sparse for Bonobo with Green’s recent re-location stateside, so this is one not to be missed.