Bibio Takes Off His Shirt

Posted: April 1, 2011 in Animal, Electronic, Music, Photography, Rock
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Indian Goat by Mark Smart

One of the best albums you’ll hear this year, ‘Mind Bokeh’, is due out in the UK on April 4th. Not your household name, Stephen Wilkinson a.k.a. Bibio, has produced something special that deserves the kind of success akin to Mylo’s ‘Destroy Rock & Roll’. The selected track, ‘Take Off Your Shirt’, is as a wise friend told me, “what you expect to hear on a Vauxhall/Citreon advert by the summer.” I expect he’s right, because the song has all the similar qualities of Phoenix (listen to them if you haven’t already, they’re like music dynamite, and French).

A track of such awesomeness deserves an image of similar quality. Therefore, GOAT! Here’s my reasoning (as if you needed it). I think the goat in this image by Mark Smart (taken in India) has a bulk of attitude as it stares down the camera lens. It’s the kind of goat you expect to make a guest appearance in The Sopranos, taking down mafia with only a cardigan and a stare. Give the goat a guitar and a microphone and it’s perfect for the song. Make sure to pick up a copy of the album, have a look at Mark’s photography website, and stay away from any goats wearing a cardigan…

Bibio info: Buy on iTunesMyspace,, Facebook

Mark Smart info: Photography Site

  1. Ashlee says:

    Oh cool, I really like this track… the photo is great too 🙂

  2. Ann says:

    Awesome idea! I also love finding new music before it makes it big! Looking forward to what you share! Cheers!

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