Boebis’ Música Do Fim Do Mundo – A Brazilian 2015 Mix

By 08 January, 2016

It is almost impossible to keep up with all the new music that gets released in Brazil every year, so prolific is the country’s output, with a constantly exciting and innovative independent music scene that seems to be able to sustain itself in ways that other countries struggle with.

This latest mix from a Sounds and Colours regular, Boebis, is a great way of catching up on just some of the amazing Brazilian releases that came out in 2015, and follows on from his earlier mix of tracks from the year. It’s a mix that goes from the guitarrada of Pio Lobato through the Tim Maia-esque funk of Liniker and on to some of the most exciting names in São Paulo’s independent music scene (Thiago França, Rodrigo Campos, Juçara Marçal, Romulo Fróes) as well as a track from Elza Soares’ extraordinary new album and one from Alessandra Leão’s trilogy of EPs that found a link between the music of the northeast and the south of Brazil. The tracklisting is included under the Mixcloud link.

You can check out more of Boebis’ mixes and his amazing research into Brazilian music (in French) at Bonjour Samba and Berceuse Électrique.

Pio Lobato – Lambada do Mentiroso
Gustavito Amaral – Masala com Dende
Clodo Ferreira – Quem Fala de Mim
Liniker – Louise du Brésil
Aláfia – Salve General
Márcio Oliveira – Katendê
Thiago França – Jacutá
Alessandra Leão – Joguei Minha Palavra n’Água
Rodrigo Campos – Mar do Japão
Elza Soares – Mulher do Fim do Mundo
Juçara Marçal & Cadu Tenório – Canto VII
Romulo Fróes – Cidade Baixa

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