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Cibo Matto

À propos de Cibo Matto

Both New York transplants from Japan, Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori played music together for a number of years before forming Cibo Matto in the mid-'90s with Sean Lennon on bass. Cibo Matto, roughly translating to "crazy food" in Italian, is a hybrid sound of hip-hop rhythms, ethereal vocal harmonies, mellow lounge cool, trip-hop sampling, and lyrics about food. Their sound shifts subtly from song to song, but the food theme skewers their efforts together -- hence "Birthday Cake," "Artichoke," and "Sci-Fi Wasabi."

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Cibo Matto

Both New York transplants from Japan, Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori played music together for a number of years before forming Cibo Matto in the mid-'90s with Sean Lennon on bass. Cibo Matto, roughly translating to "crazy food" in Italian, is a hybrid sound of hip-hop rhythms, ethereal vocal harmonies, mellow lounge cool, trip-hop sampling, and lyrics about food. Their sound shifts subtly from song to song, but the food theme skewers their efforts together -- hence "Birthday Cake," "Artichoke," and "Sci-Fi Wasabi."

À propos de Cibo Matto

Both New York transplants from Japan, Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori played music together for a number of years before forming Cibo Matto in the mid-'90s with Sean Lennon on bass. Cibo Matto, roughly translating to "crazy food" in Italian, is a hybrid sound of hip-hop rhythms, ethereal vocal harmonies, mellow lounge cool, trip-hop sampling, and lyrics about food. Their sound shifts subtly from song to song, but the food theme skewers their efforts together -- hence "Birthday Cake," "Artichoke," and "Sci-Fi Wasabi."

À propos de Cibo Matto

Both New York transplants from Japan, Yuka Honda and Miho Hatori played music together for a number of years before forming Cibo Matto in the mid-'90s with Sean Lennon on bass. Cibo Matto, roughly translating to "crazy food" in Italian, is a hybrid sound of hip-hop rhythms, ethereal vocal harmonies, mellow lounge cool, trip-hop sampling, and lyrics about food. Their sound shifts subtly from song to song, but the food theme skewers their efforts together -- hence "Birthday Cake," "Artichoke," and "Sci-Fi Wasabi."