Eduardo Pagnoncelli

Eduardo Pagnoncelli is a Brazilian journalist, currently living in Bristol in the UK. He is now studying a journalism masters at the University of West England (UWE) after graduating from a journalism degree in 2007. In that same year he finished an internship with Brazil’s TV Globo, where he worked for a year and a half. His main areas of interest are sports, music, films and politics. He’s been writing for Sounds and Colours since the summer of 2010.

Posts by Eduardo Pagnoncelli:

REVIEW Banda Black Rio – Super Nova Samba Funk

By 21 June, 2011

This isn't the first time Sounds and Colours have written about Banda Black Rio, and after listening to their new album, I am sure this won't be the last. Banda Black Rio first experienced success in the 70s but had to stop in the early 80s due to its leader’s, Oberdan Magalhaes, tragic death. However, the importance of Banda Black Rio was never forgotten and Oberdan’s son, musician William Magalhaes put the pieces together, formed a new group and continued the band's legacy.

Eliane Elias — Light My Fire

REVIEW Eliane Elias — Light My Fire

By 16 May, 2011

Composer, singer, songwriter and pianist, Eliane Elias is the perfect example of a Brazilian artist that has had a successful career outside Brazil. Based in New York, she has recorded more than 20 albums, containing a mix of... Read Article

Brazil: Sambossica 3

REVIEW Brazil: Sambossica 3

By 11 April, 2011

DJ Seduce’s Brazil: Sambossica 3 is a great compilation of different Brazilian music genres. Although the album’s name suggests that the mix of genres is restricted to samba, bossa nova and electronic music, there’s a lot more to... Read Article