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Cristiano Crisci’s second album is an intricate mosaic of world music and club culture, fusing fragmentary beats, samples, and hooks into cohesive wholes. Spidery oud melodies, jazz piano, and glitch-pop become natural bedfellows on “Ode to the Pleiades”, while Afro-folk singer Bongeziwe Mabandla glides over “Nguwe”’s squelching synths and scattershot beats. It’s dense with ideas but never overwhelming, and even the relatively spacious “Hope” weaves a frenetic kora riff into drowsy R&B.


Formed: May, 2004 in San Marcos, TX

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Coming from a background in jazz, where he sometimes worked under the alias Digi G'Alessio, Italian musician Cristiano Crisci made a transition into electronic music with the Clap! Clap! project around the beginning of the 2010s. Crisci's work as Clap! Clap! wove the influence of Chicago's footwork scene into a tapestry of West African percussion samples as well as frequent use of Crisci's own field recordings. Clap! Clap!'s 2013 debut EP, Gwidingwi Dema, and several singles were followed by a proper...
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