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9 thoughts on “ Em Que O Rio Do Mar Se Torna - Ninos Du Brasil - Vida Eterna (Cassette, Album)

  1. Vida eterna, an Album by Ninos du Brasil. Released 29 September on La Tempesta (catalog no. LTI; CD). Genres: Industrial Techno.
  2. Nov 10,  · Ninos Du Brasil are an Italian percussion duo fusing the seemingly disparate influences of punk, tribal techno and Batucada, and emerging with a sound that can truly be described as project takes its rhythmic backbone from Brazilian carnival music, and the duo injects each track with the frothy attitude of punk and the shuffling dancefloor domination of techno.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Vida Eterna - Ninos Du Brasil on AllMusic -
  4. Sep 07,  · ‘Em Que O Rio Do Mar Se Torna’ catches the album in a predatory moment, its low tempo and thick bass putting the listener into the point of view of a night stalker. Acid lines crawl over primal screams, leaves crunch under foot, and insects squeal in and out of earshot while animalistic hunger drives us to the climax of the hunt.
  5. Get all the lyrics to songs on Vida Eterna and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  6. Sep 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Purple Vinyl release of Vida Eterna on Discogs/5(31).
  7. Ninos Du Brasil’s excellent third album and second for Hospital Productions is their deadliest yet; offsetting tribal drum rituals laced with bestial electronics and possessed vocals, including a guest appearance by No Wave legend Arto Lindsay. Highly recommended if you’re into Psychedelic Warriors Of Gaia, Female or Vatican Shadow. Nico Vascellari and Nicolò Fortuni come out to play in.
  8. Oct 14,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ninos Du Brasil - Vida Eterna at Discogs. Complete your Ninos Du Brasil collection/5(77).
  9. Nico Vascellari and Nicolò Fortuni come out to play in the dark on their third and deadliest LP as Ninos Du Brasil, taking their fascinations with ritual musics -- from Brazilian Afro-Latin tribal rhythms to library music and freezing Scandinavian BM -- deep into the festering undergrowth of their shared, exotic aesthetic. Where the cover of their first album for Hospital.

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