A contemplative journey within led by the Bibio and his track “Down To The Sound” off of “The Green EP”.
Bibio with the help of two of his mates cram into a shed to perform this trio rendition of the closing track off of “Silver Wilkinson” entitled “You Won’t Remember…”. A biter sweet and truthfully honest song that comes to life in this intimate and unassuming location.
Bibio unveils “You” a big beat tune that pulls from everything Dilla filled in with so many vibes that you cannot help but smile on this Spring day. Bibio offers a few words about “You” below. “Silver Willkinson” is out May 14 on Warp Records.
Bibio offers up a teaser of his upcoming LP “Silver Wilkinson” an album that seems to delve into a hybrid world of his guitar-folk music and his electronic productions. By the sounds of this teaser this album is a lovely unifying piece that combines his wide spectrum of taste and style into something that is intriguing and honest.
Out of nowhere the prolific Bibio returns with a new track entitled “À tout à l’heure” off of the just announced “Silver Wilkinson” LP out May 14 on Warp Records. ” À tout à l’heure” is a lovely spring tinged tune that comes just in time as we all begin to thaw out. It is a return to his guitar based musical days but blurred with his “organic” electronic stylings. Download “À tout à l’heure” here.
NBD, Bibio just hanging around on a Sunday night making some really good and tasteful Filter House <3
Bibio is merely a man that loves to create for the sake of creating. His identity and his sound can be heard in whatever genre he decides to touch upon in his productions – all in a sincere and honest way. Let Mr. Bibio lead you down story lane as he speaks in great detail about his Top 5 favorite releases of 2011.
Bibio’s Top 5 Releases of 2011 (in no particular order):
Rustie – Glass Swords
Favorite Track from off the release: Rustie – Surph
I got a promo CD copy of this when I was down in London, I was at the Warp office where I was paying Steve Beckett & co a visit, and as I was leaving I grabbed a few goodies. Luckily I had my macbook with me so I could listen to it on the train home to Wolverhampton. Before heading off to the tube station, I joined a few of the lovely Warp folks for a pint and a pork pie in the ale house around the corner from the Warp office. Then, I headed to Euston, got my train, I got a seat (with a table), laptop out, got me a baguette and a bottle of water and put on my headphones. To cut to the chase, I was amazed by this album on first listen. It’s just so energetic, there are no dull moments. Rustie has really shone as a musician/producer/composer on this album, all the tracks are really well structured and have really hooky melodies and themes, it doesn’t feel stuck in a genre either, it feels like it gathers the best from various genres and makes something far more musical and colourful than anything else out there that he is often compared to. I think this album is a future classic, and a reassuring reminder that Warp is moving forward yet keeping its ear for magic. Rustie deserves far more attention, especially after putting out this gem. Some reviewers seem to mention the computer game theme a lot, but I don’t get that as much… what I get is fantasy landscapes with portals and weird surreal crystal sculptures and alien plants, kind of like something from the original ‘He-Man’ series, ‘Le Planete Sauvage’ or Norman McLaren’s ‘A Phantasy’, but with an occasional 90s nostalgia and a 21st century shiny digital edge… and so the faux-airbrushed album art is a perfect presentation of this album.