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Elysia Cramptons self-titled album marks her 4th official release.
The Amerindian musician draws on various Andean styles such as kullawada, huayno, tarqueada, quirqui / tundique, khantus, & morenada, together with genres like metal, psychedelic, & jazz fusion, to tell a story of her movement in the world performing her history, both sonically & corporeally, as a means to gain economic access & agency.
With this album, Crampton further situates her work within a long Aymaran musical legacy.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Label||Break World Records|
|Music Genre Primary||Electronic|
|Music Genre Secondary||Alternative|
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