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Brazil Jazz

Video Premiere: Sean Khan “Moment Of Collapse (feat. Heidi Vogel)”

For his third album for Far Out Recordings, London based multi-instrumentalist and one of Europe’s finest saxophonists Sean Khan ventured to Rio de Janeiro to collaborate with iconic Brazilian polymath Hermeto Pascoal. Taking its title from the escaped slave settlement ‘Palmares’ in the Northeast of Brazil during the 1600s, “Palmares …

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Brazil Disco

Exclusive Premiere: Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra “Give It To Me”

Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra returns with Black Sun, its second full-length album of 100% original, unadulterated disco sophistication, featuring all three original members of pioneering Brazilian jazz-funk trio Azymuth; a full orchestra with arrangements split between Arthur Verocai and Azymuth’s late maestro Jose Roberto Bertrami; plus members of the …

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Guest Mix
Brazil Soul & Funk

MIMS Guest Mix: YOka (SDB Discos, Sao Paulo)

This is a short mixtape of Brazilian Boogie jams from the 1980s. These are the tracks that inspired the compilation “As 10 Mais Boogie” which was compiled by YOka, who is the head of the SDB Discos label, DJ, and researcher of the Boogie genre in Brazil. Hope you like …

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Forgotten Treasures
Brazil

Various Artists “As 10 Mais Boogie Vol. 1” (Somatoria do Barulho)

via SdB: A fantastic compilation of 10 Brazilian Boogie hits extracted from very rare 7″ singles only, mostly found on digging missions through old radio station vaults. What exactly is Boogie? Is it a genre, an era, a style? Colours, clothes, textures are all part of its make up. Boogie …

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Tumbao Radio
Brazil

Radio Tumbao – Show #04 “Brazil” (Hosted by Tumbao w/ guests Tupi Collective)

The Tumbao MTL crew hits hard with this next all-Brazilian instalment of Radio Tumbao. Montreal’s Brazilian DJ duo Tupi Collective (DJs MKS & Wallace Skambo) joins your regular Tumbao selectors to serve up a heaping plate of electric samba, bossa beat, and funky ’70s era rarities. Selectors: DJ Rhythm & …

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Brazil

Exclusive Premiere: Caravela “Maraguês” (None More Records)

Caravela are an Afro-Brazilian quintet with members from Portugal, South America, Australia and the UK. Their music is an exploration of the communal traditional and spiritual music of Lusophone countries like Brazil and Cape Verde, approached with a contemporary groove and feel. Caravela shine a light on traditional rhythms and …

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Future Classics
Brazil

Fabiano Do Nascimento “Tempo Dos Mestres” (Now-Again Records)

via Rappcats: Tempo dos Mestres (Time of the Masters) is the second album from the tireless, young Brasilian guitarist Fabiano Do Nascimento. It is the third Brasilian album released on Now-Again, following Seu Jorge and Almaz and Do Nascimento’s debut “Dança dos Tempos”. Do Nascimento’s is joined on “Tempo dos …

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Forgotten Treasures
Brazil

Piri “Vocês Querem Mate?” (Far Out Recordings)

Roberto Quartin is one of the unsung heroes of Brazilian musical history. In 1969 he sold the rights to Polygram Records and started his own self-titled label Quartin Records in which he released “Vocês Querem Mate?”, an unbeknownst psych-folk debut of obscure singer songwriter Piry Reis. Robert Quartin has also released …

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Forgotten Treasures
Brazil

Outro Tempo: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil (1978-1992)

via MFM: For their first multi-artist compilation, Music From Memory take us on a trip to the heart of the Amazon rainforest. Outro Tempo: Electronic and Contemporary Music From Brazil, 1978-1992 is a double LP that explores the outer reaches of Brazilian music, where indigenous rhythms mix with synthesizers and …

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24 HOV Mixes
Brazil Soul & Funk

24 Hours of Vinyl (NY) – GREG CAZ (Presented by Discogs)

Live Set Recorded on February 4th & 5th at Black Flamingo in Brooklyn, NY Presented by Discogs Special Thanks to Black Flamingo & 101 Apparel Enjoy this set from GREG CAZ (Mr. Bongo) TRACKLIST Coming Soon DOWNLOAD LINK

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Forgotten Treasures
Brazil

Erasmo Carlos “Carlos, Erasmo” (1971, Light In The Attic)

via Sounds Of The Universe: As a student and fan of Elvis, Little Richard, Bill Haley, and Chuck Berry, Erasmo indulged his primal rock urges in this sufficiently psychedelic and fuzzy LP. Arriving in 1971, Erasmo’s 1971 album was the closest thing to Tropicália around. “Carlos, Erasmo” was co-produced by …

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Forgotten Treasures
Brazil

Erasmo Carlos “Sonhos E Memorias 1941-1972”

via Light In The Attic: Erasmo Carlos has no counterpart in the universe of Anglophone pop music that could begin to hint at his relevance, popularity and his complex relationship with the only Brazilian pop star more universally recognized than himself, Roberto Carlos. He may be a beloved pop star …

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