November 27, 2012

Zé Cafofinho | Xirle

Tiago Andrade, aka. Zé Cafofinho , is a musician, composer and singer from Recife . Rhythms such as ska, jazz, macumba (afro religion) and samba are the main basis in his music . He was a band leader of Songo, formed in 1990s.

September 23, 2012

Caetano Veloso, Thalma de Freitas & Diogo Nogueira

Caetano Veloso, Thalma de Freitas & Diogo Nogueira at the " Samba na Gamboa" , TV Brasil, February 2012 .( 52:23 ) 05:55

September 12, 2012

September 6, 2012

Renato Braz & Bré @ TV Câmara ( 57:52 )

 In his successful career, REnato Braz released, among others, the album " Outro Quilombo", with renditions of songs by Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil. The work was winner of the Prêmio Visa "Edição Vocal de 2002" and praised by Brazilian critics . In 2003 , Renato was awarded the Quixote - "Best Vocals" in the Prêmio Visa MPB.  ( TV Câmara , 2010 )

August 25, 2012

Na Mira da Musica Brasileira | Bola Preta

One of the two series of " Na Mira da Musica Braseileira" to showcase artists whose careers take shape since 2000s. The pilot project took place in November 2010 at the Ibirapuera Auditorium under the artistic direction of Myriam Taubkin and Gabriel Paiva . The projects are designed to extract the synergy from a group of young and outstanding musicians whose career paths have a wide and diversed musical genres.

August 20, 2012

Cordel do Fogo Encantado | Os Oím do Meu Amor

Cordel do Fogo Encantado - from Arcoverde -  mix different Brazilian musical genres, such as Samba de Côco, Toré Indígena, Embolada, and reisado, with pop-rock melodies. The band derives its name from cordel, a type of handmade illustrated pamphlet literature made by woodcut artists in NorthEastern Brazil. 

Cordel do Fogo Encantado is associated with Pernambuco's Mangue Beat, a musical movement that is repopularizing traditional northeastern Brazilian folkloric musical genres by mixing them with rock and funk music.


July 8, 2012

Barbatuques | Carcará

Barbatuques is a unique Human Beatbox ensemble, a vocal orchestra whose members strive to turn their respective bodies into real instruments; in-doing-so, the group has become an absolute reference of this particular genre. Handclaps, finger-claps, chest-beating, taps and peculiar vocal effects mingle expertly with singing and a few instruments (Jews’ harp, flute and guitar), to produce rhythms and melodies that are characteristic of Brazil: samba, baião, afoxé and maracatu.( more ) .

Byblos International Festival

July 1, 2012

June 22, 2012

Grupo Bongar

01:20, 05:55, 13:38 , 18.02

Bongar consists of six members of the  Xambá do Quilombo do Portão do Gelo (Olinda, state of Pernambuco ) . The group was founded in 2001 to bring the tradition of Coco da Xambá.

Bongar , not only, showcases Coco da Xambá tradition but perform among other traditional rhythms of NorthEastern Brazil such as Maracatu, Candomblé, Ciranda .

June 11, 2012

Bixiga 70 | Grito de Paz

Bixiga 70
Traquitana, Sao Paulo

Central Sao Paulo's neighborhood called Bixiga is a melting pot of culture. Its Italian, African and North-Eastern population make it one of the best areas to eat out and listen to music. One of the place's hidden treasures is the recording studio Traquitana, number 70 at Rua 13 de Maio - a street packed with venues and restaurants. That's the birthplace of Sao Paulo's finest new instrumental combo: Bixiga 70. Coming from diverse musical backgrounds, a meeting of musicians involved in the city's avantgarde pop, jazz, dub and Brazilian scenes, results in the 10-piece set, trying to blur boundaries in space and time. With their genre-spanning mix of afrobeat, Guinean malinké, Brazilian candomblé, samba and cumbia, Bixiga 70 is a welcome addition to any party. Taking Fela Kuti’s Afrika 70 band as a launchpad both in name and spirit, this ten piece band and their fusion of African and South American rhythms cause havoc in any dance.

AforCubanLatinJazz Blog

June 10, 2012

Soukast & Oleg Fateev

20 mins. clip - 04:33 , 13:51 . Live at the Casa do Núcleo.

June 9, 2012

Baiana System | Oxe, Como Era Doce

Baiana System is a musical project aimed at spreading and exploring new possibilities through the sounds of the Guitarra Baiana. This singular electric guitar - created in Bahia in the forties - was responsible for the creation of the Trio Eletrico (a big moving sound system). It was also responsible for introducing a new musical richness to frevos, choros and several other musical styles.

It was from the need to expand this fullness of sound - while attempting to incorporate it into other musical genres, thereby opening up a range of influences and offering the public a new dialogue with this instrument - that the Baiana System project emerged, where the Guitarra Baiana is the starting point. Created by Robertinho Barreto, guitar player with rock band Lampironicos, the Baiana System does not have a defined format but can assume many different arrangements. The underlying idea is the presence of a live P.A. whereby the DJ interacts with the Guitarra Baiana to produce a new musical arrangement. The DJ will work with the sampler, fitting in sounds and effects with freedom for improvisation. It uses resources such as layers, effects and loops, in a conception inspired by the freedom of Dub.

June 7, 2012

Vanessa Moreno | Um de Três

Vanessa Moreno - Vocal & triangle, Filipe Maróstica - Electric bass, Zé Pitoco - zabumba .

June 6, 2012

Caçapa | Coco-Rojão no. 4

Caçapa‘s debut album Elefantes Na Rua Nova was released on June 12th, 2011. It’s a real taste of northeastern Brazil with Alessandra Leão appearing on a number of tracks.

The term “manguefolk” has recently been give to this style of music by Mais Um Gringo  and this is something we will continue here. Elefantes Na Rua Nova is an album of folk music from the north-east of Brazil (i.e. forró, maracatu, coco, baião) given a fresh update by Caçapa and the musicians on this album.
Russ Slater, " Sounds & Colours - South American Music & Culture Magazine 

June 4, 2012

Alessandra Leão

Luzia-Tombo do Navio From aguere de ode to baião to coco, ‘Mangue-Folk’ is a journey through the A-B-C of folk styles from the northeast of Brazil – ciranda, baianado/coco, baião, coco-rojão & aguere de ode. Mangue-folk is from the state of Pernambuco and in particular capital city Recife – famous for its mangues – swamps. Atirei

June 3, 2012

Marginals feat. Mauricio Takara | Ewi Groove (extended)

Thiago França - Ewi, Marcelo Cabral - Bass , Tony Gordin - Drums, M. Takara: synthetizer & vibraphone .

Soukast | Choro Bororo

Soukast is the meeting of two giants of Brazilian percussion, Guilherme Kastrup and Simone Sou . The duo, who met in 2000, develops a musical partnership   they call "Percuteria". 

Lurdez da Luz | Ziriguidum

DJ Mako - pick-ups, Marcelo Cabral - bass, Tony Gordin - drums .

June 2, 2012

June 1, 2012

DJ Tudo & Sua Gente de Todo Lugar | Sou Massape

From the album "Nos quintais do Mundo", 2010 .

Carimbó ( 15mins )

Grupo da cidade de Ananindeua formed by people of Marapanim, birthplace of Carimbó. 

 The Carimbó is considered an indigenous musical style, however like other Brazilian cultural manifestations, it mixed with and received other influences. Its name in Tupi refers to the drum (curimbó) with which the rhythm is marked. The carimbó itself as African origins which are present in the percussive rhythm and both its Portuguese (the snapping sound made with the fingers and the palms in certain parts of the dance) as well as European influences, or rather the melodies of the colonizers. Appearing in the area of Belém in the Salgado region (Marapanim, Curuça, Algodoal) and on the Island of Marajó, it became a traditional dance which later, when influenced by a more modern rhythm, lent to the creation of the Lambada and the Zouk (a musical style from the French West Indies). ( more )

"Eye on Brazil" Blog

Oya Oya

Juçara Marçal - vocal,  Chico Saraiva -  Guitar, Ari Colares - percussion .

May 30, 2012

Mundo Livre S/A | A Expressão Exata

This band formed in Recife (Pernambuco) in 1984, out of the remains of three deceased punk bands (Trapaça, Serviço Sujo, and Câmbio Negro). Mundo Livre S/A spent several years playing under massive booing, especially when they played the tamborim (a percussion instrument traditional in the samba genre). In 1987, the band's instruments were stolen, thus causing the dissolution of the group. Bandleader Fred04  , a journalist by profession, went to São Paulo and worked there for one year. Upon his return, the city was changing with the formation of an alternative audience for unorthodox acts like his. (  more  ).

May 28, 2012

Chico Correa & Electronic Band feat. Haley Kallenberg

Haley Kallenberg recently debuted at Carnegie Hall as a composer performer in the Ibla Foundation Winners Concert on May 1, 2012 in New York City. In the summer of 2011, in Sicily, Italy at the Ibla World Music Competition Kallenberg was awarded the Grand Prize “Most Distinguished Composer”. Additionally the International Jury committee made “Special Mention” of her own performance of her solo piano composition entitled “JEX.” She was featured in the winners concerts at Carnegie Hall performing her winning composition. As a result of the prestigious performance Kallenberg will begin recording her solo piano album of original compositions this summer in New York. ( more )

May 25, 2012

Chico Correa & Electronic Band Monteiro 2005

Felix Bravo

Felixbravo is the latest project from the composers João Félix and Bernardo Bravo.

Working together for more than 6 years in Curitiba, João and Bernardo always compose following the path of love for their art. This project is the outcome of the mutual love for music and friendship shared between this two young guys.

Of course many poetic songs are yet to come, celebrating the warm and light-hearted feeling that brazilian music can inspire, like a sunset on the beach.

( MySpace )

Siba | Ariana

Siba at Recife, 2012 .

 Born in the cosmopolitan city of Recife, to a family with strong bonds to its rural origins, Siba grew up between town and country, two worlds that are part of a single entity. From his first encounters with the traditions of the "Mata Norte" he began a long history of apprenticeship and collaboration, exercising through the years the fundamentals of rhythmic poetry to become one of the main masters of the new generation of ciranda and maracatu nowadays. At the same time, as a member of the seminal group "Mestre Ambrósio", he developed an innovative and singular musical style, in which the dialogue of the traditional with the contemporary, the past with the present, the street with the stage are an unmistakable feature.

May 23, 2012

RIVOTRILL | Baratinha d'Agua

Rivotrill in Paris @ Cabaret Sauvage, 2011.

Rivotrill is a Brazilian instrumental group formed by Junior Crato (flute and saxophone), Rafa Duarte (bass) and Lucas dos Prazeres (percussion), which presents a fusion of Brazilian, Latin and African rhythms with progressive rock and jazz.


March 31, 2012

Chico Science & Nação Zumbi | Sangue de Bairro

Born amidst the rich cultural tradition of Northeast, Chico Science began to experiment with afro bloco (Carnival group) Lamento Negro's Gilmar, blending maracatu with reggae, funk, rap, and rock. The mixture of regional rhythms with world pop music, played by guitar, bass, samplers, and other tech gadgets, was named by him as "mangue" (a reference to the mud flats of Recife). With the later addition by the press of the word "beat", it remained an umbrella denomination to the pop adaptations suffered by ancient folkloric Northeastern musics. It grew as a movement (though forever uncoordinated) after Science's involvement with Mundo Livre S/A's Fred 04, who contributed with the conceptualization. The result was Science's manifesto Caranguejos com Cérebro (brained crabs), another reference to the mangues of Recife, related to the crabs which live in the mud. After being recognized in their region, Chico Science e Nação Zumbi began to perform in Southeast, when they were invited for the Brazilian MTV Awards and MTV No Ar. ... ( more

Alvaro Neder, All Music Guide

March 20, 2012

Lula Côrtes & Jarbas Mariz | Maracatu Pesado

Lula Côrtes & Jarbas Mariz from their album " Bom Shankar Bolenajh ", 1988.

Lula Côrtes is a Brazilian musician, best remembered for his contributions to the Zé Ramalho 1975 album Paêbirú.

He has released several albums, including Satwa in 1973 and Rosa de Sangue in 1980.

Côrtes worked with Ramalho on other albums including his 1978 debut, Zé Ramalho, De Gosto de Água e de Amigos in 1985 and Cidades e Lendas in 1996.

March 17, 2012

Novos Baianos | Mistério do Planeta

Novos Baianos (or Os Novos Bahianos prior to 1972) was a Brazilian rock and MPB group from Bahia that was formed in the ’60s and enjoyed success throughout most of the ’70s. Band members were Paulinho Boca de Cantor, Pepeu Gomes, Moraes Moreira, Dadi, Galvão, Jorginho, Baixinho, Bolacha and Baby Consuelo, today known as Baby do Brasil.

Initially their sound was a fusion of psychedelic rock with traditional folk sounds, Brazilian as well as Latin, a style that is most evident in É Ferro Na Boneca (1970). Their music began to gravitate more towards MPB, particularly due to João Gilberto’s influence, who frequently visited the group. Their 1972 album Acabou Chorare contained the classic Preta Pretinha. The group had a strong hippie image and in same year, they moved to a community in Jacarepaguá. They left Som Livre and joined the Continental label in 1973. The band released records until their break-up in 1978.

March 12, 2012

Gafieira de Luxo & Nina Becker | A Ordem é Samba

Gafieira de Luxo & Nina Becker at the SESC Ribeirão Preto, Sao Paulo .

Posted by "prgallo" March 5th, 2012 .

February 28, 2012

Fernando Catatau | Poeira

Leading groups such as Cidadão Instigado , Instituto,Seleta Coletiva, Otto, and Karina Burh - Fernando Catatau is a major influences to Brazilian rock, Afro-Brazilian and Brazilian popular music.

Fernando Catatau - guitar, Regis Damaceno - bass, Samuel Vieira - drums, and Clayton Martin - percussion .

February 24, 2012

Chico Correa & Electronic Band | Serena Serena

Excerpt from the program Rumos Música 2004-2005, project Itaú Cultural.

Esmeraldo Marques , aka. Chico Correa, producer, DJ and musician from the North-Eastern State of Paraiba. His productions are based on Brazilian folk melodies and rhythms such as Coco, Baiao, Samba, Carimbo mixed with electronic and audio processing.

Chico Correa does DJ works with Live act , mixing sounds in real time. Some sets are performed with vocals and guitars, mixing electrosamba and AfroBrazilian elements.

February 15, 2012

Cidadão Comum | Automatismo

Cidadão Comum - from Ribeirao das Neves, Minas Gerais - formed since 1999. A rock band with funk, MangueBeat and Brazilian sound influences.

Graveola e o Lixo Polifônico | Rua A

01:37 - Dog barking :)

February 12, 2012

Chico Correa Pocket Band | Brasília

Esmeraldo Marques , aka. Chico Correa, producer, DJ and musician from the North-Eastern State of Paraiba. His productions are based on Brazilian folk melodies and rhythms such as Coco, Baiao, Samba, Carimbo mixed with electronic and audio processing.

Chico Correa does DJ works with Live act , mixing sounds in real time. Some sets are performed with vocals and guitars, mixing electrosamba and AfroBrazilian elements.

Luis Leite | Ali no Samba

Luis Leite - guitar and Luis Ribeiro - percussion

The guitarist and composer Luis Lete was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, where he was influenced by many different styles of music - Jazz, Brazilian, Classical and contemporary music.

Luis holds a Bachelor and Masters Degree from the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, where he graduated magna cum laude. ( Read more )

February 8, 2012

Dona Onete

Dona Onete with Pio Lobato at the "Acústico Conexão Cultura" radio program.

Ionete da Silveira Gama , aka. Dona Onete, is a native of Cachoeira do Arari, grew up in Belém and moved to Igarapé-Miri ( Pará , Northern region of Brazil) . She is the diva of carimbó chamegado .

Chuê Chua

February 6, 2012

January 29, 2012

Jam da Silva | Mania

Jam da Silva at the Festival No Ar Coquetel Molotov 2009, Recife .

January 17, 2012

Iara Rennó | Pomba-Rola

From Elsie Houston to Carmen Miranda by Iara Rennó from MOCHILLA on Vimeo.

By Iara Renno ( @ Hollywood Boulevard )

Ê ê ê
ê ê ah
cadê minha pomba-rola
que fugiu lá do pombal...

(eh eh eh / eh eh ah / where is my turtledove / who fled the cage...)

Turtledove, a traditional song, was recorded in the 30's by Elsie Houston. She was the daughter of a father from the U.S and a mother in Rio. She is Carmen Miranda's contemporary, a friend of Pagu and Mário de Andrade. Elsie was part of this group of artists who invented indigenous Brazilian culture. Today I find myself entranced by their memory and, like them (Carmen and Elsie), somehow I ended up here in 'Los Angeles'. My mother has the last name Miranda (no relation), and I am the turtledove, whose destiny is to sing and fly around the world.

Friendly Noises' Blog

January 14, 2012

Luisa Maita | Fulaninha ( Maga Bo Remix)

From the EP " Maita Remixed " features 7 remixes by DJ /rupture, Seiji, Da Lata, DJ Tudo, Tejo, Maga Bo, & Popular Beat Combo.

Based in Rio de Janiero and affiliated with Soot Records, Maga Bo is a DJ/producer whose style is a mashup of international breakbeats ranging from hip-hop, ragga, and grime to bhangra, raï, and batucada. Born Bo Anderson and originally from Seattle, he is a sound engineer by trade and schooled in ethnomusicology. He is an extensive traveler, working and performing throughout Africa, Europe, North America, and South America. In terms of recordings, Maga Bo released a couple albums on the Post World Industries label during the early 2000s: Do Not Spit Here or There: A Noise Primer on the Indian Subcontinent (2001), an album of recordings from India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka between 1997-1999 that was credited to AudioFile Collective, a collaboration with Filastine; and Lost & Stolen Goods (2005), a live mix credited to Sonar Calibrado, another alias of Filastine and Maga Bo. On his own, he released the 12" EP Tudo Bem (2003) on the British label Tru Thoughts and another 12" EP, Confusion of Tongues (2007), on DJ /rupture's label, Soot Records. His affiliation with Soot Records also spawned a mix album titled Confusion of Tongues (2007). ~ Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide

January 13, 2012

Carlinhos Brown , February 2011: A Film by Vincent Moon

Privileged percussionist Carlinhos Brown also found his way as a composer and vocalist, displaying all his musical virtues in several albums which were released after 1996's Alfagamabetizado. He has had over 200 of his songs recorded by many interpreters like Marisa Monte ("Segue o Seco," "Maria de Verdade," "Arrepio," "Magamalabares"), Gal Costa, Daniela Mercury ("Rapunzel," "Rimas Irmãs"), Cássia Eller, Daúde ("Lavanda"), and Sepultura. More than 30 of them reached the Brazilian top parade. Sérgio Mendes's Brasileiro, which had five songs by Brown, was awarded with a Grammy. Brown also recorded with Herbie Hancock.  ( Read more )

Alvaro Neder, All Music Guide

January 12, 2012

Alessandra Leão & Caçapa | Boa Hora

Alessandra Leão & Caçapa at the Pelas Tabelas program .

Percussionist, songwriter and singer Alessandra Leão was born in Pernambuco, north-east Brazil. After collaborating with a number of artists (including Antonio Carlos Nóbrega and Florencia Bernales) she launched her solo career in 2006 with the widely acclaimed CD Brinqendo de Tambor. Her star has been on the rise ever since. Her compositions are refreshing interpretations of traditional music from the coast and the Zona da Mata, and are characterized by plenty of polyrhythmic percussion and interwoven guitar lines.

January 11, 2012

Kiko Dinucci + Alessandra Leão + Chico Correa e Electronic Band em

At the ACRE, Recife,  September 2011.  Jam session before the gig.

Kiko Dinucci was born in São Paulo in 1977. As a songwriter, he is influenced by São Paulos samba-style and composers, such as Adoniran Barbosa, Paulo Vanzolini, Geraldo Filme, Raul Torres, as well as contemporary musicians like Itamar Assumpção, Luiz Tatit, Wandi Doratioto, among others. His compositions consist of Sambas, Lundus, Jongos, Batuques, Fox Trots, Cumbias, Rumbas, Boleros, Emboladas, Jazz, Macumbas and Modas de Viola, all which have incfluenced his solo project, "Bando AfroMacarronico".
Kiko has estabished himself as a well rounded individual, not limited to only creating music. As an artist, Kiko develops paintings and drawings using samba and many different popular-afro-brazilian cultural expressions as the main theme. Kiko has also established himself as an illustrator and comic book devloper. He was the illustrator of the book “Salmos de Itaquera”, by Fabiano Ramos Torres and has also done work developing storyboards for comic books, working with cartoon artists such as Marcelo Dsalete. He is currently working on a comic book called “Cabeça de Homem”. Kiko also directed a documentary called “Dança das Cabaças – Exu no Brasil”, in which he investigates the influence of the african saint Exu in the brazilian subconscience. He is currently in the process of making his second documentary, entitled “Jardim do Barranco”.

João Bosco & Nicolas Krassik | Da África à Sapucaí

At the SESC Pompeia (São Paulo), 2009.
João Bosco, Nicolas Krassik, Marcelo Caldi, Luis Barcelos and Nando Duarte.

January 9, 2012

Bruna Caram | Feriado Pessoal

Bruna Caram at the "Festival Gran Momentos , Botica do Quintana (São Paulo, 2011).

January 8, 2012

Banda de Pifanos de Caruaru

Formed in 1924 by Manoel Clarindo Biano and Benito Clarindo Biano , Banda de Pifanos is now one of the oldest traditional instrumental group in Brazil. The current line up are all descendants of its original founders. The band first record was released in 1971. Its unique sound , consisting of flutes and percussion, was discovered by Gilberto Gil who recorded " Popica Moderna" ( lyrics by Caetano Veloso ) .

" Clique Music: A Musica Brasileria Esta Aqui "

Mundo Livre S/A | A Expressão Exata

Mundo Livre S/A (Free World Inc.), a rock band from the Pernambuco state,is a kind of discursive, bohemian rock. It's one of the important bands from the early-90's mangue-beat movement; its singer, guitarist and lyricist, Fred 04, has a weary, pleading voice that sprawls out over bar lines, in the style of Jorge Ben.

January 6, 2012

Emicida & Elza Soares | Quero Ver Quarta-Feira

The title of Emicida’s first mixtape tells you a lot about him — it’s called, For a Guy Who Once Bit A Dog For Food, I’ve Come A Long Way. Emicida started as an MC battler, at weekly gatherings in Sao Paulo’s Santa Cruz neighborhood, where he got his name — Emicida . 

The name Emicida is a fusion of the words "Emcee"  and "Homicide", because of his frequent victories in the battles of improvisation, his friends began to say that Emicida was a "killer", and "kill" their opponents through rhymes. A clip of Emicida bringing another MC nearly to tears has nearly over 1.3 million hits on Youtube. In 2011 he won Best Video of the Year at Brazil’s MTV Awards, and he currently hosts his own rap-themed show on Brazilian MTV.

Emicida’s vibe takes us back to the golden age of hip hop, when Nas and Jay-Z were slinging rhyming insults. Like his American counterparts, his flow is relentless, but also precise, his syncopated Portuguese swinging over classic ’90s beats and brass samples. He also shares the classic rap themes of his English-speaking counterparts — his first big single, “Triunfo,” is about owning the streets of Sao Paulo, and “Entao Toma” spins a story about outwitting an enemy.

MTV Iggy

January 5, 2012

3 Na Massa feat. Thalma de Freitas | Sem fôlego

3 Na Massa was founded by Rica Amabis, Pupillo and Sucinto Silva aka Dengue in Sao Paulo. Pupillo and Dengue play drums and bass while Rica is the magic cook, the producer of the trio. This is also where the band name stems from, 3 na massa - 3 in the dough, slang for something that makes your mouth water in expectation of a special treat. And special it is. The idea of 3 na massa came from women. Women talking about their amorous experiences with men -- moments, events that marked their life, whether seduction or desires. The songs are inspired by the sensuality of these stories. They can be happy, entertaining as well as spicy and longing like an erotic adventure in an amusement park. Under the influence of Federico Fellini's films and the work of Serge Gainsbourg of the 60s and 70s, the music could easily be the soundtrack of the illustrated stories of Millo Manara. The debut album release is the stories (songs) of 13 different women who collaborated with the trio to create this trip through the large emotional world of women. Lending their voice to the songs are some of Brazil's favorites: CeU, Nina Miranda, Thalma de Freitas, Karine Carvalho and Alice Braga, among others. Rica Amabis is a producer and sound engineer working in music since 1994. In 1999 he released his first record titled "Sambadelic", a fusion of Brazilian music and electronic beats. In 2000 Rica founded the studio / production team INSTITUTO in which he and his team produced and composed music for albums such as Nacao Zumbi, Otto, Zafrica Brasil, film (The Invador, Seja O que Deus Quiser, Arido Movie, Baixio das Bestas, Cao sem dono), amongst many other special projects. Pupillo and Sucinto Silva (Dengue) are members of the very popular fusion rock band Nacao Zumbi. Pupillo is also a partner of the label Candeeiro which includes artists like DJ Dolores, China and Mundo Livre. He has played on recordings by Caetano Veloso, Marisa Monte and others.

January 2, 2012

Lenine & Zélia Duncan | Tempestade

From Zélia Duncan's DVD "Sortimento Vivo" . Posted by "AlexandrePontes"