Fio da Memória

Luísa Maita - Fio da Memória
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 18 ratings
September 23, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Cumbancha / Label
Art Pop, MPB / Genres
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Brazilian singer/songwriter Luísa Maita returns with a notably more ambitious and experimental effort this time around. With a broad sound-palette that goes from drum machines to reverb-soaked guitars to electronic chops and even some organic instrumentation, Fio da Memória explores an in-depth personal world that is part of the singer's usual lexycon, translated into these surrealistic songwriting bits that are quite interesting, even if a bit inconsistent in the melodic side. ... read more
It's been six years since the Brazilian singer's debut. Now she returns with an album that both utilizes and breaks free of samba and bossa nova classicism with deep, downtempo beats.

In 2010, São Paulo’s Luísa Maita released her debut album Lero-Lero and entered into the family business. Her mother, Myriam Taubkin, was a concert producer while her father, Amado Maita, released what’s now considered a holy grail album back in 1972. Lero-Lero continued in her ... read more
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Added on: October 4, 2016