Nomade Orquestra To Release Eclectic Self-Titled Debut Album

By | 31 March, 2016

Brazil is a melting pot, and so is its music. Nomade Orquestra’s new album features a distinctive blend of funk, late-night jazz, middle eastern oud, hip-hop, ethio-grooves and afrobeat. Weaving the different musical beats together is what this unique young band manages with pure musical finesse. Marimba beats by skilled percussionist Beto Montag bring afrobeat into the context, alongside groovy guitar tunes and psychedelic synthesizer fusions, exactly the kind of diverse combinations of musical styles and moods Nomade Orquestra achieve with their new album. The band also feature Brazilian oud player Luciano Sallun, giving the album a slight mystical feeling.

Nomade Orquestra will release their self-titled debut album on 22nd April. The album will be out on London-based Far Out Recordings and available on heavyweight vinyl LP, as well as CD and digital.

Check out the live video for album track “Venus” below:


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