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Sziget Festival Days 1 and 2: Kendrick Lamar Is Late for the Party, Gorillaz Turn Things Around

The first two days of one of world's largest music festivals are marked by sizzling heat, several great performances, a decline in attendance - and, as always, great spirits.

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The 20 Best Electronic Albums of 2017

Electronic music is one of the broadest-reaching genres by design, and 2017 highlights that as well as any other year on record. These are the 20 best albums.

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Bonobo: Migration

Migration does not so much change course from Bonobo's prior work as refine it to its artistic pinnacle.

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When the Forms Start Taking Shape: An Interview with Bonobo

Bonobo: "I moved to L.A., but I don't really have a base anywhere: there's no base in England, there's no base here, it's just sort of me and wherever I am is where home is."

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Bonobo: The North Borders Tour - Live

The audio version of British producer Bonobo's latest concert video carries far less value than the DVD and fails to provide a worthwhile supplement to the studio albums.

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Bonobo: Black Sands Remixed

The British producer's slickly curated remix album for his near-great 2010 full-length has a serious lack of imagination.

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Andreya Triana: Lost Where I Belong

After providing vocals to Bonobo's well-praised Black Sands earlier this spring, Miss Triana sets out on her own with producer Simon Green.

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Bonobo + Andreya Triana + The Invisible: 5.April.2010 - New York

Coming off the success of his highly anticipated fourth album, Black Sands, Bonobo delivered an inspiring performance to a packed Bowery Ballroom Monday night in New York.

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Bonobo: Animal Magic

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