By MdC Suingue
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In this show we bring you the latest album by The Baggios ('Vulcão') and a new/old project: O Branco e o Índio.
O Branco e O Índio (click to listen and download the album) is 'old' because the core of the band - Flávio Abbes and Bruno Rezende - have been working on experimental sounds for a few years now. And it's 'new' because, with the addition of the 'rhythm kitchen' - Pedro Serra on drums and Roberto Souza on bass - the project acquired a complete new sound.
After one year of recording and producing new material oB&oÍ finally released their first album with the new formation. In a telephone interview with drummer Pedro Serra, he tells us more about the new material, the band members' experiences in the 'carioca' underground and the acceptance of the album on radios and music blogs worldwide.
The Baggios is a rock band from São Cristovão, Sergipe, northeast of Brazil. It was formed in 2004 and for a long time was a duo -Julio Andrade, guitar and vocals and Gabriel Carvalho on drums. For their acclaimed third album 'Brutown' they included Rafael Ramos on keyboards and bass, who remains as part of the band in their new album 'Vulcão', that also features contributions by Céu and Baiana System.
Our vids of the week are:
The Baggios - Caldeirão das Bruxas
The first released single from 'Vulcão' is the track 'Caldeirão das Bruxas' registered here during the recording of the new álbum at the notorious Toca do Bandido studios. The video was edited by Julio Andrade himself.
Tono - Aquele Cara
Live performance by the band from Rio de Janeiro, Tono, at Oi Novo Som, a legendary project that used to feature new bands back in 2010.
A Banda dos Corações Partidos - Veneno
Lyric video of the track extracted from the latest EP by A Banda Dos Corações Partidos called 'Desamor'.
BUT FIRST THE PLAYLIST:
The Baggios - Caldeirão Das Bruxas
TONO - Aquele Cara
A Banda dos Corações Partidos - Veneno (Lyric Vídeo)