A Japanese-born duo relocated to NY and christened with an Italian music group name, Cibo Matto’s music mirrored the melting-pot looks of the origins, producing a heady brew of funk samples, hip-hop rhythms, tape loops, and fractured pop melodies all topped off by surreal narratives sung in a combined mix of France and broken British. Cibo Matto comprised vocalist Miho Hatori and keyboardist/sampler Yuka Honda, a set of expatriate Japanese females who found its way to the U.S. separately. Honda, a onetime person in Brooklyn Funk Necessities, settled in NY in 1987, and Hatori, an alum from the Tokyo rap device Kimidori along with a previous club DJ, implemented six years afterwards. After conference in 1994, they 1st teamed within the Boredoms-inspired sound clothing Leitoh Lychee (translated as “freezing lychee nut”); from then on band’s separation, the duo shaped Cibo Matto, Italian for “meals madness” (their like of culinary delights quickly getting the stuff of tale). The group quickly emerged like a feeling among the low Manhattan hipster top notch, gaining fame for his or her incendiary concert events supported by guests like the Lounge Lizards’ Dougie Bowne (Honda’s ex-husband), Bernie Worrell, Masada’s Dave Douglas, and Skeleton Key’s Rick Lee. Following a couple of acclaimed 1995 3rd party singles, “Birthday Wedding cake” and “Understand Your Poultry,” Cibo Matto authorized to Warner Bros., surfacing in 1996 using the Mitchell Froom/Tchad Blake-produced Viva! La Female, a delirious, stunningly inventive record celebrating like, food, and like of meals. After touring with visitor bassist Sean Lennon and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion drummer Russell Simins, the EP Super Rest adopted in 1997. Lennon, percussionist Duma Like, and drummer Timo Ellis had been set up as full-time people for the follow-up, 1999’s Stereo system Type A. A couple of years later on, the group disbanded, with Hatori heading to collaborate with Smokey Hormel and Gorillaz, while Honda created Sean Lennon’s In to the Sunlight and collaborated using the Boredoms’ Yoshimi for the recording Flower without Color. Also in this hiatus, between 2002 and 2011 Honda notched up four single albums; during past due 2009 she became a member of a revamped lineup of Plastic material Ono Band prior to going onto make Martha Wainwright’s 2012 launch GET BACK to Mama. In 2011, Honda and Hatori started to create material together once more, and following a few delays, Resort Valentine — Cibo Matto’s initial record in 15 years — was properly released during Valentine’s week in 2014.
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