The Lemon Lovers: “Wrong”

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“Being in a bubble requires a compromise between floating in pairs and trying to manipulate that time. When we get the feeling of gravity again, we try to account for the time we float to two. Then the negative outcome is likely, but no one has written an instruction book either! ”

Wrong” is part of “Watching the Dancers“, the album that the Portuguese Lemon Lovers released in 2016. The respective video, which we present here, was filmed by Luís Costa and Miguel da Santa in Montalegre.

Lucas Santtana: “Modo Avião”

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Divided between prose and poetry, São Paulo and Denmark studios, orchestral arrangements and electronic melodies, “Modo Avião“, title track of the new album by Lucas Santtana seems to play with the duality and isolation of individuals. An indicative of the cinematographic concept that marks the audiofilm proposed by the singer and composer from Bahia. Elements that are revealed in scenic acts, revealing themes and concepts subtly explored throughout the entire trajectory of the musician.

Produced in partnership with Fábio Pinczowski, the work still opens for the careful interference of the Danish String Quartet, and arrangements signed by Marcelo Cabral.

Clã & Mangka: “Nura Pakhang (Eu e Tu)”

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Recorded between the Himalayas and the city of Porto, the video of the award – winning Indian director Romi Meitei for the collaboration of the Clã with Mangka arrives on the same day that the last three volumes of the compilation T (h) ree – A Musical Journey from Portugal to Asia.

An Omnichord Records edition co-ordinated by David Valentim, the second trilogy of the T (h) ree project is brimming with collaborations between musicians from Portugal and Asia, including First Breath After Coma, Fish, Cave Story, Amelia Muge, Holy Nothing, Surma, Savanna, Old Jerusalem, The Lazy Faithful, Basset Hounds, Birds are Indie and André Barros, among many others.

Moullinex: “Love Love Love”

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If the dance happens within various social constraints, will we be able to make it more instinctive and true to our feelings, forcing it?
In doing so, can we challenge a certain factor of self-awareness?
More than thirty people responded to a casting call for a music video but were not told that recording this process would be the actual video itself.
When asked about gender, religion, their feelings and dancing, they responded by dancing.

Lotus Fever: “Dogs and Bones”

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Dogs, masks, nails and bones fit into a video that has both madness and actuality. Lotus Fever debuts the music video for the single “Dogs and Bones” – taken from the second album of the Lisbon quartet’s original album, the widely praised “Still Alive for the Growth“, released in November.

Live Low: “Lembra-me Um Sonho Lindo”

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Pedro Augusto, a producer raised in Leiria who spent the last decade and a half to create and compose in Oporto as Ghuna X, confesses to have arrived “to a limbo in terms of sonorous and rhythmic exploration” and decided to start a new journey.

The musician, who already shared his talent with both Capicua and Black Bombay, didn’t want to be alone at this stage and so he asked friends and fellow musicians to work with him, exploring the Portuguese songbook.

Pedro Augusto, Ece Canli, Gonçalo Duarte and Miguel Ramos edited the first album, Toada, a collection of themes that are part of the Portuguese song’s roots, of names like José Afonso, Vitorino, GAC or Brigada Victor Jara, in a format connected to the experimental electronic, slow, dense, echoing, that knows to be soturn and also dreamy.

Claudio Costa: “I’m Gonna Leave You”

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The song “I’m Gonna Leave You” is the new single from singer Claudio Costa. Marked by guitars and a POP atmosphere, the single was recorded at Estúdio Montanha and arrives as an isolated work, without being part of an EP or album.

“I wrote this song a few years ago, but it stayed there. The music talks about how sometimes even though things are over, we are still stuck with them and the process can be long and painful until you can make an end to it, “says Claudio.

Amarelo Manga: “O Dano”

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This year, Amarelo Manga debuted a live video for the single “O Dano” (The damage), the first record for the track that the Brazilian band has performed at their shows.

Launched in partnership with YouTube’s Geleia channel, the session was recorded last year, when the group still performed as a trio. According to Julio Santa Cecilia, Amarelo Manga wants to reveal more news gradually, while “cooking a new material”, in his words.

His debut album, Nuca, came out in 2016 on the label Deck, with the songs Miojo and Geribá in his repertoire.

Isaura: “I Need Ya”

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Isaura revealed to the public “I Need Ya“, the first single from his debut album, scheduled for release in the early months of 2018 and marking the beginning of a new phase in his career.

The song was written and composed by Isaura, and co-produced by the artist in partnership with Kking Kong. The video was produced and produced by Liliana Ramires.

According to Isaura: “Most of the time we know exactly what we need and we insist on looking where we know we are guaranteed not to find, I Need Ya talks about this vicious cycle that only we can dictate the end. Empty, brief, fleeting, futile, as if we were looking for something breathless, a sensation or someone who only lives during the day and who will never be there for you. I Need Ya is what we have lived with drunken and nameless loves; It is being numb, it is being asleep for life. ”

“The glass of water represents control and rationality; The possibility to choose, always. While the slightly ajar shutters, which will have continuity in the singles that will be extracted from this first disc, represent a finite world, a group of songs and sonority that make sense now and that expose another form of being of Isaura. However it is known at the outset that this work is temporary and does not imply continuity; Just as we all change hopelessly every second. This album will also be a result of several modifications from ‘Serendipity’ and the beginning of so many others. “