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Cantos Invisíveis

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Estrada Para o Oeste; Violent Orchid Parade; Cambodian Street Carnival; Lost Corners Boogie; Desisto II; Fire and Chime; Olhaluai; Of Golden Summer; Falling Down From the Sky Like Some Damned Ghost.

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São Paulo Underground: Cantos Invisíveis

Read "Cantos Invisíveis" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


In the spring of 2015 Rob Mazurek's São Paulo Underground expanded their touring formation and added “Black Cube SP" to their name for a tour that briefly made stops in the U.S. The enlarged group featured the addition of Thomas Rohrer on rabeca, a Brazilian viola. Rohrer, a Swiss native transplanted in Brazil was part of ...

Album

Cantos Invisiveis

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Estrada Para o Oeste; Violent Orchid Parade; Cambodian Street Carnival; Lost Corners Boogie; Desisto II; Fire and Chime; Olhaluai; Of Golden Summer, Falling Down from the Sky Like Some Damned Ghost.

Album

Cantos Invisíveis

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Estrada Para o Oeste; Violent Orchid Parade; Cambodian Street Carnival; Lost Corners Boogie; Desisto II; Fire and Chime; Olhaluai; Of Golden Summer; Falling Down From the Sky Like Some Damned Ghost.

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Sao Paulo Underground: Cantos Invisíveis

Read "Cantos Invisíveis" reviewed by Troy Collins


Democratically led by Chicago-based sound explorer Rob Mazurek, São Paulo Underground has been defying genre conventions and musical boundaries for almost a decade. Originally formed with percussionist Mauricio Takara and keyboardist Guilherme Granado during Mazurek's sojourn in Brazil (2000-2005), the ensemble's membership has undergone a subtle change on its fifth album with the addition of Swiss-born ...

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Sao Paulo Underground: Cantos Invisíveis

Read "Cantos Invisíveis" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Cantos Invisíveis translates from Portuguese as “invisible corners/songs" or “disappearing corners/songs:" a fitting title for trans-national music that often seems to come from everywhere at once. The international trio's electro-acoustic sound blends music from North and South America, Africa and Asia, including stylistic references from traditional folk, modern jazz, rock and electronica. It's a dense, communal ...

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Sao Paulo Underground: Cantos Invisiveis

Read "Cantos Invisiveis" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero


Suoni da galassie lontane, scie cosmiche che trasportano in altri mondi, sfrigolii di elettroni che invadono lo spazio fisico, riti sciamanici e nenie incantatorie, suggestioni tribali e distorsioni industriali. Una giungla intricata di sonorità acustiche ed elettroniche nella quale scrittura e improvvisazione sfumano i contorni per trasformarsi in visione. È il nuovo mondo creato da Rob ...


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