Because of a strange but extremely personal mixture of Lucio Battisti and Adriano Celentano’s pop sensibility, Rino Gaetano’s irony, and Beck’s like for both hip-hop and folk, Bugo is among the most interesting and controversial performers to emerge from the Italian separate scene within the 1990s, loved by his supporters and by some critics but equally despised and judged seeing that just a humor action by others. Blessed within the outskirts of Novara in 1973, Cristian “Bugo” Bugatti began his music profession being a drummer within a punk music group. In 1999 one of is own demonstration tapes reached the ears of Bruno Dorella, musician and mind of the tiny Italian label Club la Muerte, which shortly released the vinyl-only one “Questione di Eternit? .” A divide EP with Italian clothing R.U.N.We. (La Pianta Movente) along with a CD-R on Loretta Information (Pane, Pene, Skillet) soon implemented, paving just how for Bugo’s initial record, La Prima Gratta, co-produced in 2000 by Club la Muerte and Snowdonia. A assortment of lo-fi and generally acoustic quantities, it showcased a talented vocalist/songwriter with an extremely personal love of life and a solid ability to explain the entire world with irony and depth. Sophomore launch Sentimento Westernato — released by Pub la Muerte as well as Beware! and Wallace Information in 2001 — was a somewhat more concentrated affair, and is known as by many to be always a more accomplished work. In 2002 Bugo documented his third record, Dal Lofai al Cisei, with Italy’s personal Steve Albini, Fabio Magistrali — and, right before its launch, signed with Common, a choice that began a strong hype around him, and at exactly the same time triggered some disappointment in his most radical enthusiasts. Regardless, the album ended up being a small achievement, thanks a minimum of in part towards the radio-friendly solitary “Casalingo.” Released in 2004, Golia e Melchiorre was a double-CD arranged made up of two different albums: the electronic-oriented Arriva Golia!, made by Roberto Vernetti, and La Gioia di Melchiorre, a far more acoustic and personal affair. For 2006’s Sguardo Contemporaneo, Bugo caused C.S.We. and PGR guitarist Giorgio Canali like a maker, and the effect was an archive with stronger rock and roll influences. A cooperation with digital mastermind Stefano Fontana (aka Stylophonic) resulted in the documenting of 2008’s Contatti, once more released by Common.