Dapunksportif: “Trouble”

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DAPUNKSPORTIF are preparing to release their fourth album of originals “Soundz of Squeeze’o’phrenia“.

Trouble“, the first track on the new album, tells us how to organize and manage our time and the consequences of unceasing pursuit of a dream.

The video of live footage was produced by Luis Rafa Matos and features sequences of live images, taken from a series of concerts of the band throughout the european summer of 2017.

Paraguaii: “Ancient Gurl”

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Ancient Gurl” is the second single for “Dream About The Things You Never Do“, the new album by Paraguaii, edited by BLITZ Records and Sony Music Entertainment in March of this year.

Through the vision of Pedro Bastos and the studio Bando à Parte, the video aims to challenge the energy circumscribed to the human being, proposing a dreamlike beauty that mixes with reality. Distinct and light-imbued ingredients merge with the history of Paraguaii, woven by contexts, stories and personal experiences that mark the unceasing pursuit of our place in the world.

Trêsporcento: “A Ciência”

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After the release of the singles “O Sonho” (The Dream) and “Tempos Modernos” (Modern Times), comes “A Ciência” (Science), one of the most organic themes of “Território Desconhecido” (Unknown Territory).

Directed by Francisco B. Froes, the music video consists essentially of images from the concert’s day of presentation of the third long-duration of the Trêsporcento at the Estúdio Time Out in Lisbon.

Prana: “Não te dás a Ninguém”

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Não Te Dás a Ninguém” advances the arrival of the third album of originals of the Prana, which succeeds “O Amor e Outros Azares“. The theme portrays the antagonism between attraction and fatality, and the band tries to play with often distant concepts, such as rock and electronic: “It’s a metaphor that describes those situations where we see ‘danger’ written everywhere but not We managed not to follow. An arm of iron and silk, of seduction. ”

The musical tension manifests itself in a vibrant, chorus-like sound, with a rhythmic crescent marked by an overactive guitar that finds in the battery, with more electronic tonalities, its energy circuit. “Se não me queres, o que é que queres de mim?” (If you do not want me, what do you want from me?) Expresses all the matter and energy of the music.

The band from São João da Madeira also runs a new universe, new ways of life, in which they seek to unify cinema and music. “Não Te Dás a Ninguém” is accompanied by an illustrative video clip with a neo – notic aesthetic, on the one hand, explores the lighting features, highlighting aspects of the characters and feeding the tension in the viewer, on the other, through an apparent action Arbitrary, has the power to establish the relationship between the characters and their breaks. The letter gives the nickname for this type of aesthetics, looking at a mundane theme of protagonists ruined by fatalism and daily injustice.

The video was produced by Ricardo Leite‘s team, who, among other works, successfully adapted Rui Zink‘s narrative, “A Instalação do Medo” (The Installation of Fear), to the big screen. The short film was awarded by the Academia Portuguesa de Cinema with the Prémio Sophia 2016 and has been exhibited at various film festivals at home and abroad (such as the Berlin Student Film Festival in March and, for these days, the Short Film Corner in Cannes).

George Marvinson: “My Summer”

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George Marvinson is the pseudonym created by Tiago Vilhena (bass player of the Savanna) to show us his vision of the world in the form of songs. After the first single from the debut album, “Beni,” which showed a seductive and romantic facet of the musician, “My Summer“, shows us a fighting spirit and insistent, aggressive but at the same time entertaining, that until now George Marvinson had not yet unraveled.

Chill Wild Life” will be the name of the debut album and will allow us to accompany George in his dilemmas, passions and daydreams in the form of simple and honest lyrics accompanied by a musicality now fun or nostalgic, always with a unusual decommissioning.

The album was recorded with the family at pontiaq’s studio by the hand of brother Miguel Vilhena at the end of 2016 and will be released in 2017 also by pontiaq.

Carne Doce: “Sertão Urbano”

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The song “Sertão Urbano” (Urban backwoods) is part of the first and self-titled Carne Doce disc of 2014. Now in 2017, the group re-recorded the song and re-presented it in an unpublished music video.

The video features the signature of Dafuq Filmes, directed by Larry Sullivan and features scenes from Goiânia and Chapada dos Veadeiros, entitled to aesthetic recreations of images taken by drones.

Rosemary Baby: “I Can’t Breathe”

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“I can’t breathe” were the last words of Eric Garner, an American brutally killed by New York police in 2014. “I can’t breathe” are therefore the first words of what is the return of Bruno Rosmaninho Aka Rosemary Baby to the original themes.

As a cry of revolt and manifesto against discrimination, the theme of advancement for the new album “Timeless” materializes the need to rewrite a new story.

But instead of war and conflict, Rosemary Baby chooses the hug and, with her dreamy pop, seems to have only one goal: to simplify what the world seems to complicate, to simplify the human relationship.
It all started in 2012, inspired by Ilha do Príncipe, when Bruno Rosmaninho began to write the songs that later that year went from guitar to studio. Things of life, joys or day-to-day sorrows … On November 25 of the same year was released “The First Time“.

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.