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Cristiano Bocci

Cristiano Bocci
Country
Italy
Profile
Cristiano Bocci is an Italian bassist, composer, and electronic artist born in Tuscany in 1975.
Website
http://cristianobocci.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (3)
Daniel Barbiero / Cristiano Bocci — Non-Places Daniel Barbiero / Cristiano Bocci — Non-Places
(Acustronica, 2017, DL)
Daniel Barbiero / Cristiano Bocci — Nostos Daniel Barbiero / Cristiano Bocci — Nostos
(Acustronica, 2015, CD)
Gurguburek — Old Postcards Gurguburek — Old Postcards
(DOF, 2015, CD)

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