The sleeve for the Bongolian’s 4th album is finally revealed! ‘Bongos For Beatniks’will be released on Monday 9th May, but if you can’t wait that long you can download the debut single ‘The Riviera Affair’ which was recently featured on Lunchtime Loves on BBC 6music, and also Sky Sports Soccer AM‘s track of the week.
Limited edition bundles will be available very soon to pre-order so stay tuned. The album is also featured in Scootering Magazine’s ‘Recommended Listening’ this month alongside an early review of the album, an interview with The Bongolian and a live review of February’s Blow Up/HMV show.
Blow Up Easter Special feat. The Bongolian & Silvery
Thursday 21st April
Following February’s sell-out Blow Up HMV Next Big Thing night, Blow Up returns to its one-off events with an Easter Special at Madame JoJo’s on Thursday 21st April featuring Blow Up artists The Bongolian and Silvery.
The Bongolian’s 4th album is released on Monday 9th May, but if you can’t wait that long you can download the debut single ‘The Riviera Affair’ which was recently featured on Lunchtime Loves on BBC 6music, and also Sky Sports Soccer AM‘s track of the week.
Plus resident Blow Up DJs Paul Tunkin & Ian Jackson will also be spinning their trademark mix of Orgasmic Pop / 60s Mod & Soul / New Wave. Expect to hear a selection of British Pop from Beatles to Bowie to Blur alongside 60s Soul, Garage, Ska, Beat, Latin Soul, Swinging Soundtracks, YeYe and Psychedelic Pop Electronique.
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BONGOS FOR BEATNIKS the long-awaited 4th album from The Bongolian continues the musical journey where 2007’s Outer Bongolia left off, bringing us back down to Earth possibly via France circa 1967 via 2011, in a wildly eclectic rare groove fusion of Funk Soul Hammond Beat Jazz and a Sci-Fi Boogaloo.
The first single from the album ‘The Riviera Affair‘ was recently featured on BBC 6music Nemone’s Lunchtime Loves (alongside plays from Gideon Coe and Craig Charles) and was also Sky Sports Soccer AM’s track of the week.
“A bakers dozen of gems. Bongo powered grooves at their very best. Preston Epps eat your heart out” SCOOTERING ‘RECOMMENDED’