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  1. The Upper House kicked off the New Year of Sunday Sessions with award-winning
    experimental Ninja Tune artist Bonobo at The Lawn.

    Sunday Sessions is a recurring invite-only series by The Upper House featuring international musicians such as Pete Tong, Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Damian Lazarus and Gigamesh.

    "Cirrus" by Bonobo

    Green's first release under the moniker Bonobo was in October 2001 with the song "Terrapin" on the Tru Thoughts compilation When Shapes Join Together.[2] He released his debut album Animal Magic on Tru Thoughts in 2000.[3] With this album, completely self-produced and self-instrumented, he became one of the "new downtempo pioneers."[4]

    In 2001, Bonobo was signed to Coldcut's label Ninja Tune and in 2003, after one album of remixes on Tru Thoughts in 2002, he released Dial 'M' for Monkey. In 2005, Bonobo contributed to the Solid Steel series, with his It Came from the Sea, the release date was scheduled for 10 October 2005, but was released a week early, the mix features several exclusive tracks as well as remixes and re-edits.

    His third album, entitled Days to Come, was released on 2 October 2006, the first single from the album was "Nightlite", featuring vocals by Bajka.[5] Following Days to Come his tracks have appeared in a number of media-related items. Days to Come was voted Best Album of 2006 by Gilles Peterson's listeners.[6]

    The song "The Keeper" featuring vocals by Andreya Triana was released in September 2009 as the lead single from his fourth album Black Sands, released in March 2010.[7] Black Sands brought rapturous praise and saw Green expanding his music to include gamelan, afrobeat and middle eastern music influences. After their collaboration for Black Sands, Green produced Andreya Triana's debut album Lost Where I Belong.

    In February 2012, Black Sands Remixed was released on Ninja Tune, featuring tracks from the original Black Sands record remixed by electronic producers such as Machinedrum, Lapalux, Floating Points and Mark Pritchard.

    The first single off the next Bonobo album, "Cirrus", was given its worldwide debut on Gilles Peterson's BBC Radio 6 programme on 19 January 2013. The album is titled The North Borders and was set for release on 1 April 2013, but was released early in its digital format after a promotional copy was leaked prior to the planned launch date.[8]

    In July 2014, Bonobo announced on his Facebook page that October 2014 would see the release of The North Borders Tour - Live, a DVD and live album recorded on The North Borders Tour over the course of the past eighteen months.[9]

    In January 2016, Bonobo announced on Twitter that he intended to release a new album sometime in 2016.[10] Bonobo released his sixth album, Migration, on 13 January 2017 via Ninja Tune.[11][12] It was announced on 3 November 2016 with the release of the single "Kerala" and an official video.[13] The album features Nick Murphy (Chet Faker), Rhye, Innov Gnawa and Hundred Waters.[11] [12]

    The official video for the single "Kerala" is directed by Bison (Jon Hopkins/London Grammar/Rosie Lowe), featuring lead Gemma Arterton (Quantum of Solace/Inside No. 9).[12] The album artwork was designed by Neil Krug (Boards of Canada/Lana Del Rey)

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    Music: "Emergence" by Trifonic

    Brian Trifon is the front man for Trifonic, a San Francisco based electronic act that seamlessly fuses experimental production wizardry with beautiful melodies and traditional song structures to craft music that is simultaneously unexpected and accessible.

    Brian began his music career as a guitarist and programmer for famed electronic artist BT. Brian toured nationally with BT and contributed additional music, programming and guitars to several films, TV shows, and to BT’s album This Binary Universe (2006).

    In 2005 Brian joined forces with his older brother Laurence to create Trifonic. Trifonic’s first track, a breaks mash-up called “Bored on Your Backside”, was the top vote getter in WIRED Magazine’s 2005 Freestyle remix contest. Trifonic dropped its debut album Emergence in 2008, a critically-acclaimed collage of downtempo, dub, IDM, post-rock and ambient music that established Trifonic’s distinctly unique sound. Emergence’s standout track “Parks On Fire” was featured on Hybrid’s compilation album Soundsystem 01 (2008, Nettwerk), and several of the tracks have appeared in TV shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS) and 90210 (CW).

    Trifonic followed up Emergence with the remix EP Remergence (2008) and the EP Growing Distance (2009). Trifonic has also collaborated with top electronic artists on tracks including “Can You Hear Me (Trifonic Remix)” by Hybrid (2010, Distinctive Records), “With Angels (Trifonic Remix)” by Hecq (2011, Hymen Records), and “Quadcore” by Boom Jinx, Andrew Bayer, Matt Lange, and Trifonic (2011, Anjunadeep).

    Trifonic’s second full-length album Ninth Wave was released on November 13, 2012.

    In addition to his work with Trifonic, Brian has contributed music to multiple award-winning video game soundtracks including Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, Assassin’s Creed Revelations, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Borderlands, Borderlands 2, and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.

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  4. This is a re edit of the 1990's Prodigy music video that was banned from MTV.

    Members of Prodigy:
    Liam Howlett
    Keith Flint
    Braintree, Essex
    Record Label:
    Take Me To The Hospital / Cooking Vinyl

    Appendix churning bass , warehouse sound of 1990-1992 , lydons wit and sneer , bomb squad production ,1950s sci fi horror , ultra magnetic mc's, bruce lee,billy childish, qotsa ,the eighties matchbox b-line disaster ,60 hz ,1990 pills ,rick rubin,mr oberheim 2 voice and mr ms20 sub bass breaker, veuve clicquot yellow label lubrication, mr crabs, roger moore , 4 in the morning bullshit, strobeflowers.....

    If you don’t know Datsik by now, you best be learning. Datsik has been taking the dubstep scene by storm, blowing up dance floors around the globe with his original style of hip-hop future-tech bangers. In 2009 alone, Datsik had over 7 number one releases on Beatport, and vinyl sales through the roof on many other sites such as Chemical Records, Red-Eye and Juno. Aside from that, he has also done remixes for some of the biggest names in the scene such as the Crystal Method, Freestylers, Bassnectar, Noisia, Diplo, the Wu-tang Clan, and Apex from the critically acclaimed Lifted Music label; not to mention countless collaborations with some of the hottest producers in the scene. With multiple anthems under his belt, countless plays from some of the biggest DJ’s, and an endless perseverance to reach that next step, it is safe to say that Datsik has proven himself to be one of the best dubstep artists around…

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  5. Join Cake Eater on the porch couch while he tells you about his upcoming album, the frustrations of making music, and his dreams and aspirations of stepping into the ring.

    Sit back and grab a coors light, we're headed to the jungle.

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    Jangala is out 8.20.13 on Bad Shoes Records

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