13 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Si*Se's debut blends downbeat electronica, Latin grooves, hip-hop and Bacharach-style pop—just the mix you might hear if you followed them down one of New York's hipper streets in 2001. The synths are woven with acoustic keyboards and percussion, and Carol C's vocals are all class and elegance, whether she's doing a lush pop song ("Slip Away") in English or an upbeat bossa nova ("Bizcocho Amargo") in Spanish. The funky wah-wah guitar on "Dolemite" is a straight-up shot of the '70s.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Si*Se's debut blends downbeat electronica, Latin grooves, hip-hop and Bacharach-style pop—just the mix you might hear if you followed them down one of New York's hipper streets in 2001. The synths are woven with acoustic keyboards and percussion, and Carol C's vocals are all class and elegance, whether she's doing a lush pop song ("Slip Away") in English or an upbeat bossa nova ("Bizcocho Amargo") in Spanish. The funky wah-wah guitar on "Dolemite" is a straight-up shot of the '70s.

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About Si*Sé

New York-based Si*Sé was formed by multi-instrumentalist Cliff Cristafaro, aka DJ U.F. Low, and Dominican Republic-descendant singer Carol C. The two unified their knowledge and experience in the drum'n'bass and electronica field, adding up urban and Latin rhythms after being joined by talented musicians, becoming an experimental downtempo collective. Si*Sé's self-titled debut album, produced by Michael Mangini, was released by Luaka Bop Records in 2001. Carol C. has also released a drum'n'bass mix album, First Impressions. ~ Drago Bonacich

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