Artwork: Kiko Dinucci

Boebis’ Rhythm And Noise – A Brazilian 2015 Mix

By | 02 September, 2015

He’s done it again! Regular S&C contributor Boebis has put together another quality mixtape of music from Brazil, this time featuring some of the amazing sounds coming out of São Paulo. Here’s Boebis to explain a little more about the mix:

“Rhythm And Noise are words than can fairly describe the exciting new sounds coming from Brazil. It’s also the name of the last album by Thiago França, who along with Kiko Dinucci and Siba, is one of the key musicians of this generation. They are figureheads of the São Paulo scene, hailing from states across Brazil but all based in the “grey city”, with Casa de Francisca as their headquarters. Though they obviously possess different styles, they all share a common vision of music, rootsy and avant-garde, cosmopolitan but still Brazilian.”

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

Tracklisting:
Seu Pereira & Coletivo 401 – Tomara Que Suba
Bixiga 70 – Lembe
Siba – Marcha Macia
Ná Ozetti e Zé Miguel Wisnik – Alegre Cigarra
Alessandra Leão – Prolonga
Metá Metá – Sozinho
Space Charanga – Abdu
Passo Torto e Ná Ozzetti – Perder Essa Mulher
Gui Amabis – Abestada
Lirinha – O Labirinto e o Desmantelo
Siba – O Inimigo Dorme
Ava Rocha – Oceanos
Space Charanga – Tão Rápido Quanto uma Paixão de Metrô


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