quarta-feira, 1 de julho de 2009

From Portugal with....music .

As if destiny/ Fatum has dyed the Portuguese hair and soul in black for centuries, the actual musical scene proves that the country is open as it was before to a new ocean of colors and rhythms.
From contemporary to Punk, Rock and Dance music,all the credits are shared by names that have merged from the 80’s as a consequence of a natural absorption of the world various styles in such a noble art of providing organized sounds.

Pop Dell’ Arte, with its intellectual references to world wise poetry and its vocals experimental games and irreverence;

Adolfo Luxuria Canibal’s cries eager for rebellion; and its cutting sounds of guitars heading one’s inadaptation into a nonsense society.

David Fonseca’s melo voice, unexpectedly, transporting us to a romantic hermetic world of man’s emotions.

Teresa Salgueiro, enchanting us with her crystal voice as a Turner painting turned into a woman’s sorrowed sea.

Jacinta , twirling one’s head with her jazzy, flexible voice sweating her sensuality out.

Maria João & Mário Laginha an eternal compromise between the piano and the warmest sounds of ethnic experiences showing us how the world can be a courtyard.
If one was only thinking about the sadness burden of these people committed to sing their lost empire through the Fado song, or to enhance a new state dictating everyone’s life……well, you haven’t been updated.
All these artists not only prove that music has no country, but also that no country has borders regarding music.

Sem comentários:

Enviar um comentário