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Live Review: Bonobo live at the Warehouse...

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Special Feature

Last night we had the pleasure of seeing Ninja Tune’s superstar and frontman, Bonobo, live at The Warehouse Project on one of the final nights of his vast North Borders Tour. Whilst standing in the incredibly hot, sweaty and crowded red brick hall of the Warehouse Project, we began to think… really? Is it worth being crushed and bumped into every two minutes? We can confirm it was. (Apart from when a guy spilt his beer on us. You’re still a dick.)...Check out the full review HERE