Italian duo Ninos Du Brasil, made up of Nico Vascellari and Nicolò Fortuni, began ten years ago with their roots in punk and hardcore bands. Initially performing as a support act, the pair have gone on to stage legendary shows with carnival-style parades and confetti amping up their genre-defying sonics of batacuda-infused techno and samba. This year, the pair released their studio album Vida Eterna.
They dive deep into their collection to bring Crack a playlist of world music and experimental sounds, with Tuvan throat singing from Kaigal-ool Khovalyg, bird imitations from Harry Gibbons and more. Loads more.
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