You came this way: Home > Tag: Portugues

“Portugues” (Used 8 times)

Related Albums

Related Articles

katya-oddio on 08/18/2012 at 12:00PM

Stereogamy from Stealing Orchestra

In reviewing Stealing Orchestra at the time of the Stereogamy release, Cool and Strange Music Magazine wrote, "No matter how off the map Mascarenhas' musical funhouse gets, with things running backward and jumping in at the most inappropriate spots, there is always the semblance of a song.... It's like a soundtrack a spy movie run through a blender."

Originally released in 2000 (NorteSul, EMI), Stereogamy was the first full length album by Stealing Orchestra. The album's tracks run the gamut from cartoony sound collages, like those of The Bran Flakes, to experimental work, like that of Renaldo and the Loaf, to more traditional instrumental compositions.

Via You Are Not Stealing Records » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS Share
katya-oddio on 08/18/2012 at 12:00PM

Stereogamy from Stealing Orchestra

In reviewing Stealing Orchestra at the time of the Stereogamy release, Cool and Strange Music Magazine wrote, "No matter how off the map Mascarenhas' musical funhouse gets, with things running backward and jumping in at the most inappropriate spots, there is always the semblance of a song.... It's like a soundtrack a spy movie run through a blender."

Originally released in 2000 (NorteSul, EMI), Stereogamy was the first full length album by Stealing Orchestra. The album's tracks run the gamut from cartoony sound collages, like those of The Bran Flakes, to experimental work, like that of Renaldo and the Loaf, to more traditional instrumental compositions.

Via You Are Not Stealing Records » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS Share
katya-oddio on 07/09/2012 at 12:00AM

Red Wine and Surfing

Party People in a Can is the surf rock band of Pedro Costa, an associate of Portugal's incredible Stealing Orchestra. Featuring laidback songs about the beach, red wine, skateboarding, and surfing, the new album from Party People in a Can is well-timed for a summer release. Costa somehow managed to capture that satisying summer evening feeling of the pure pleasure of an iced drink after an active day in the sun.

Party People in a Can claim Sesimbra as hometown, the seaside vacation city famous for its beaches, restaurants, and nightlife. This album has much the same relaxing effect as a day at the beach. Pour a glass and enjoy on this hot summer day. "Like Music Hall Dancers..." is a new summer anthem.

Via You Are Not Stealing Records » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS Share
FMAmp3 on 04/11/2012 at 01:00PM

MP3 of the Day: Maya Solovey, "A Vida"

Maya Solovéy is a trilingual singer/songwriter who lived in Massachusettes, Ecuador, and Spain before settling in New York. She sings in Portuguese, Spanish and English.

"A Vida" is sung in Portuguese over Brazilian-style guitar. It can be found on Maya Solovéy, I:II , a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA release.

If you've enjoyed Maya Solovey's music thus far, you can invest in her next EP and receive commissions just by spreading the word—a pretty cool idea from the new fundraising platform Sokap.

Maya Solovéy @ FMAwwwBandcamp | Sokap  | 

Via Free Music Archive » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS Share