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As Funkstörung, Chris de Luca and partner Michael Fakesch released an uncountable amount of records on !K7, Compost Records, Musik aus Strom, Acid Planet and many more. Their remixes for Björk, Wu-Tang Clan, Speedy J and Plaid attracted worldwide attention. In 2002, de Luca intensely lived out his love for hip hop with friend Peabird on his first solo album Deadly Wiz Da Disko. The result: body rock for robots! This unique mix of old school hip hop and cut-up beats can confidently be called groundbreaking for the genre. Right on time for Funkstörung’s 10th anniversary in 2005 the album Return To The Acid Planet was released. In 2005, de Luca moved to Berlin and in the spring of 2006, Funkstörung split up.

2006: a new era began!

Chris de Luca and Phon.o joined forces in spring 2006. They rocked clubs and festivals worldwide with their sets as CLP. This unconventional combination of intergalactic hip hop, ghetto beats and dirty techno went beyond typical contemporary genre boundaries.

In 2008, CLP released their first EP Ready Or Not on Boysnoize Rec. including remixes by Diplo, DJ Sega and Mix Hell. Shortly after they released their debut album, Supercontinental, on Shitkatapult. In 2009, while touring worldwide, the boys came up with their heavy Homecourt / Dip Shorty EP on Shitkatapult. Followed by the remix EP Strictly Confidential on Sugarcane Rec and sound design collabos with music software companies Ableton Live and Native Instruments.

In June 2009, de Luca got an offer from Allure Sound, a Detroit based music production studio with clients like Pharoahe Monch, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Slum Village, Jadakiss and many more. The beat master worked on a bunch of beats and productions for half a year, kickin’ it in the D’.

Chris de Luca   Chris de Luca, Rosenheim, Germany

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