Debora Baldelli

Content writer and editor and researcher with a masters in Ethnography of Musical Practices and a PhD in Ethnomusicology.

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EmpoderArte Uses Film to Empower Peruvian Women

By Gianna Giordani 27 February, 2021

This article was originally published by Sounds and Colours’ partner, Latin American Bureau. You can read the original here. Social arts organisation EmpoderArte is run by Karoline Pelikan, LAB’s film editor and director of Cine Latino and Pelikan... Read Article

REVIEW Emicida – AmarElo

By 13 March, 2020

AmarElo is the third studio album by Emicida, an established Brazilian rapper and progressive black voice of Brazil. Emicida had over 250 million Spotify streams even before his third record was launched. But be aware, AmarElo is not... Read Article

REVIEW Baiano e Os Novos Caetanos

By 05 February, 2020

The market for Brazilian music on vinyl is constantly growing, with new prints of classics like João Gilberto’s Chega de Saudade or Gal Costa’s fabulous self-titled record from 1969. It’s so easy find records which were out of... Read Article

REVIEW Bacurau

By 04 October, 2019

Bacurau is the third feature film from Brazilian director Kleber Mendonca Filho, following the acclaimed Neighbouring Sounds and Aquarius, and co-directed by Juliano Dornelles, a fellow director from Brazil’s north-east. The film is set in the near future... Read Article