"Krapka" band from Zaporizhya is an interesting and unpredictable team, because in their music the guys combine seemingly incongruous stuff. The second album by the band turns out as a "salad" where the team aspires to demonstrate the entire range of their music's versatility. In addition to the ethno-hop traditional for "Krapka", in their songs the guys focus on such styles as trip-hop, sweet-jazz, and even boogie. The album contains 16 tracks, half of them recorded with other musicians from Zaporizhya, who complimented the album with the sounds of the violin, cello, saxophone, keyboards, and female vocals. There is space for ethnic experiments in the album as well. Thus, in the title song of the album – "Noughts and Crosses", folk male and female vocals intertwine not only with hip-hop, but also with elements of the Australian ethnics. Sounding of the didgeridoo adds this flavor to the song.
As for the title, it is philosophical and deep enough, because "Krapka" interprets the children's game of crosses and circles as a sacred game of divine forces with the evil. However, every listener will discover this content him/herself. "(information from the official press release)