The psychedelic soaked, hip-hop-folk of Bibio has been causing quite a stir of late, similar in ways to when BOC released ‘Music Has The Right To Children’ to a hyper clean electronic nineties. Bibio’s art of crafting hazy melodies and tape blurred rhythms have won him many new admirers, including Boards of Canada themselves. In addition to creating one of Warps highlight albums of last year, the jaw-dropping debut Ambivalence Avenue, Bibio none the less follows things up perfectly with his short and sweet remix EP, The Apple and the Tooth. (Strange limited edition artwork video here ) Keep an eye out for upcoming releases as there are rumours of material from him and Clark surfacing in the not too distant future…
Bibio is currently accepting only select DJ sets.
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