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Early in 2013, Christoph El Truento started writing the music for his second album, picturing an imaginary soundtrack for a children's book. Together with fellow New Zealander Julien Dyne, he started working on the drum side of things, aiming at a more light-hearted, acoustic sound compared to his chopped up hip-hop beats. With the help of Karnan Saba (horn arrangements), Simon Koziarski (guitar) and various guests on vocals, A series of oopsie daisies[…] has become a beautiful record defying easy classification.
Only in his mid-twenties, Christoph El Truento previously released one album under his name, produced the latest album by New Zealand's hip-hop “super-group” @peace, and appeared on several compilations. He released on BBE, Wonderful Noise, Project:Mooncircle, and Young, Gifted & Broke.
Nutriot –pronounced as in “[wal]nut“ and “riot”— started out as a music blog in 2008, operated by two music enthusianst who met by pure chance in the vast concrete jungle of São Paulo, Brazil. The idea to turn this into a record label is as old as their friendship, but it wasn't until now that this dream materialized into a first release. The label-branch Nutriot Recordings is operated mainly from Vienna, and considers itself a vinyl-first label with no genre boundaries.
02. Every Dies Dog Body
03. Dinosaur Blanket
04. We Fly With The Moon As Our Guide
06. Gibbon Saw
07. Waiata's Favourite
08. Game Swim
09. Clowns Limbs Grow Back
12. Abandoned In Space
13. Letting Go Of This
15. When Someone Is Drowning You, Is A Good Time To Realize You're A Fish
16. Bad Ideas
17. One Day Your Heroes Will Fall Over