Bibio set for London show

Ambivalence Avenue, his debut album of 2009 on Warp Records, was a thing of sublime beauty. Dubby funk, slow, glitchy disco and electronic hip pop might come close to describing it, but all fall short of the mark.

Then Bibio‘s second LP, Mind Bokeh, dropped this year, and added another wonderfully obscure but wholly enjoyable, distorted chapter to the story. Now you can catch tunes from both, and most likely more, when the Midlands-based artist takes control of London’s Garage on May 27th. The Fly (Magazine) is responsible for putting the show together, and has a guestlist competition running here. But if you don’t fancy your chances then this is the place to go if you want to pay for a ticket, which will cost a bargain £8. A sampler of the latest album is below, so enjoy it.