The time has come again to choose our favourite albums of the year. It’s a task that’s never easy, especially after the bumper year we’ve had, with great music coming from all over South America, reflected in the... Read Article
Passo Torto can only really be disguised as a supergroup, one that collects together four of the most intriguing artists working in Brazil at the moment, artists that you could describe as existing somewhere between the worlds of... Read Article
Kiko Dinucci is not only one of our favourite musicians (especially on recent album Metá-Metá) but also a big champion of candomblé and the culture that surrounds the religion. So much so that in 2006 he released a... Read Article
Great video for “Obatalá” directed Júlia Rocha and featuring Gina Dinucci. “Obatalá” is taken from Metá-Metá’s superb self-titled debut album, which we gave a glowing review right here.
The first album by Metá-Metá achieves two remarkable things; it manages to sound unbelievably fresh as well as sounding as if it could have come from Brazilian music’s hey-day of the 1960s.
Great video from the great new album from Metá-Metá. You can download this album in full here and even watch each song accompanied by videos such as these using the fancy new Bagagem application they’ve got. Nice!
Today, Metá-Metá, featuring the combined talents of Juçara Marçal, Kiko Dinucci and Thiago França, released their first album album, simply entitled Metá-Metá.
Sounds and Colours Present ‘Nossa, Cara! New Sounds of Sao Paulo’ in Partnership with Brasil Music Exchange
This is the day we’ve been waiting for, the day in which we finally release our compilation showcasing some of the best sounds coming from Sao Paulo. Nossa, Cara! New Sounds of São Paulo is a labour of... Read Article