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A bridge between the globetrotting boom-bap of Dial 'M' for Monkey and the more intricate Black Sands, Days To Come is a low-key delight where jazz, funk and soul are boiled down into a potent concentrate. The singer Bajka provides a slow-burning centre of gravity on four songs, and Fink gives "If You Stayed Over" a folky tinge. But songs like the cello-infused "Recurring" prove that Bonobo doesn't need vocalists to make music that's deeply lyrical and delightfully intimate.

Customer Reviews

His best...

Despite bordering on Cinematic Orchestra-lite it's polished and funky and doesnt lose its flavour after repeated listens. Black Sands on the other hand is a bit trendy for my sounds dated already.
Talented bugger...

Day To Come

Excellent album and an excellent producer.
This is right up there with 'The Cinematic Orchestra', 'Dj Shadow', 'The Herbaliser' and many others. Very much recommend this if you like your beats with a creative atmospheric depth but still mixable.
One of his best albums in my opinion. 5 STARS all day

Reaaaally good

I like this album more and more, every time I listen to it. It comes in second to Black Sands, which is why I only gave it 4 stars.


Born: 30 March 1976 in Leeds, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

With the experimental warmth of '60s French films and the pizzicato flavor of horizontal hip-hop, Simon Green's Bonobo project established the welcome niche of a pretension-free, post-party intellectual chillout upon the release of his full-length debut in 2000. Since then, his sound and scope have expanded dramatically, with his sophisticated compositions and arrangements incorporating live instrumentation and encompassing influences ranging from jazz, house, folk, and soul to African, Asian, and...
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