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DOMENICO LANCELLOTTI (Rio de Janeiro)

23:59h SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

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Multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, producer and visual artist, Domenico Lancellotti is one of the great names in contemporary Brazilian popular music. Born in Rio de Janeiro, of Italian descent, he formed the experimental rock band Mulheres Que Dizem in the 1990s and began working with Moreno Veloso and Alexandre Kassin in the project + 2.

He was one of the founders of Orquestra Imperial and collaborated with the projects Os Ritmistas, Vamos Estar Fazendo and Meia Banda. As a musician, composer and producer, he worked with Adriana Calcanhotto, Caetano Veloso, Arto Lindsay, Gilberto Gil, Moreno Veloso, Gal Costa and Chrissie Hynde.

He has also composed soundtracks for theatre, dance and art installations. Following on from Cine Privê (2011) and Serra dos Órgãos (2017), he recently released Raio, an album recorded between Rio de Janeiro and Lisbon, which explores the roots of Brazilian popular music and the rhythms of electronica, with a “feeling of reconstruction, and rebirth.”

 

 

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BLURRY THE EXPLORER (Nova York)

23:59h SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

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Pure experimentation and sonic poetry from the new musical project of drummer Jeremy Gustin (Albert Hammond Jr), born from the meeting with bassist and composer Ricardo Dias Gomes (Caetano Veloso), guitarist Ryan Dugre (Rubblebucket, Joan As Police Woman), and guitarist and producer Leo Abrahams (Brian Eno, Paul Simon).

 

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NO SOMOS NADA

Javier Corcuera, 100', 2021, Peru-Spain
Directed by Javier Corcuera
Script: Javier Corcuera, Manuel Viqueira
Editing: Martín Eller
Photography: Mariano Agudo
Sound: Daniel de Zayas, Ángel Katarin, Carli Pérez , José Tomé, David Machado
Music: La Polla Records

La Polla Records, one of the most legendary punk bands, returns to bid its farewell. To celebrate the group’s last tour, its singer, Evaristo Páramos, revives 40 years of history from his town in the Basque Country. This is the extraordinary tale of villagers who revolutionised incensed music with songs turned into hymns by their thousands of followers.

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