So, we’re back on our quest to “Bringing Brazilian Back” (as Justin Timberlake would say) after previously featuring the likes of Tulipa Ruiz, Criolo, Turtle Giant, CSS or even Marcelo D2. Today we highly suggest Silva. Wesley’s tip for very new, Brazilian indie MPB… They’re getting some momentum in his home country (Brazil) using clear aesthetic appeal to highlight certain instruments on each song, Lúcio Silva very recently launched their self-titled EP after a first release called “Claridão” (thanks Gabi). Mixing indie rock with the edges of Popular Brazilian Music (MPB), his EP is a wonderful chill, perfect for decompressing and getting rid of hypoxic/hangover leftovers from that high-octane life you’re probably leading. Listen below… Direto de Paris, com muito carinho :
Hi, I’m Ben (or Sodwee if you prefer), the owner of this veteran music blog. I was born in 1985 and raised in Paris, France. It's still my hometown by the way. I’m bilingual in English and French. I'm always on the hunt for that new sound. I have amassed a substantial amount of music over the years. My library reflects my eclecticism. I've traveled and lived abroad a fair bit and an avid consumer of culture, from movies, to live concerts.
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