The two artists first met in the popular Boston hip hop/house group, Soultech. When the 7-piece ensemble moved to NYC then disbanded, Dot and Cica continued developing their own unique "after hours" sound. Music critics and reviewers compare them to Soul II Soul, Massive Attack, Portishead and Everything But The Girl. Perfect Project also sites as influences Prince, Duke Ellington and De La Soul. There was a recent surge in Perfect Project's popularity after their downtempo single, "I Love Lovin U" was featured on the Dell Computer music jukebox and their track, "Late Nite" appeared on both The Sopranos video game for PS2 and Nokia phones. The girls first developed their underground following with their EPs, "Cafe Sessions" and "Dot 'n Cica Present", performing live at NYC's biggest dance parties (the GBH parties, Bed, Crobar and Turntables on the Hudson).
Perfect Project expanded their fan base into Europe with a U.K. release on Expanded Soul Records and performances in London. Their latest EP "Almost Perfect" features the single, "We Got Nothing" and their rare unplugged song, "Without U". All EPs are distributed online through INgrooves Distribution. Perfect Project tracks are also available on compilations from Basic Lux Records (New Sound Theory Vol.3, The Mistletoe Lounge, Roxy Re-modeled and Collection International) and Expanded Soul (Coffeeshop Culture).
Perfect Project has also licensed music to Sony Playstation, Xbox, Nokia and Dell Computer. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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