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An album that curves pounding rhythms around microtonal clanks, rousing chants and spiky sonics. The story behind this collective is that in 2003, Pisco Crane assembled a six-piece band from motivated and talented like minds in the Kinshasa slums where he grew up. He set about building instruments from the discarded trash that surrounded his city. Over the years, Fulu Miziki’s notoriety grew in the Kinshasa underground. Influenced by Kinshasa’s street performance scene, Aisha helped the band devise vivid masks and costumes that were as electric and singular as the instruments they played, and the scene was set.