Em Dias de Surto
Em Dias de Surto
This first experience. Art, Politics, Life & Life. Performed with one who had been in the hand. Any tool served as image and musical.
The group splits up in 2003. From 2004, the group returns with its three main components: Alexandre Peixoto (Alex Pix), Dellani Lima (Tuca) & Rodrigo Lacerda, Jr (K Lacerda), and some agitators invited; Bruno Alcântara, Carlos Garcia Elias, Flour & Zazu Fernando Lage. With the name "On Days of Outbreak", began to produce the experience with speech, music and improvisation. Blues, Samba, Punk, Electronics, Repente, Candomblé, Chaos and Sincerity.
Letter, Dance and Music as political intervention and affective. A resumption of our music videos; finally as a band or even a group interventionist, everything the same time, here & now; & mechanical heart. In 2004, the first speech: "Lexotam" (2004)After "Rivotril" (2005) and "Odol" (2006). The main essence of the band is the process, the line between movements, the musicians, the instruments and the lyrics, sincerity as inspiration, an improvisation among friends.
The intervention is the real beginning. "The music, which was as sound record; only makes us good memories, those afternoons between friends, those the weekends; Melancholic and lonely." But during the recording of "Odol", Lacerda and Pix not support the indiscipline and plain crazy, alcoholic Tuca, the band dissolved, until it in a way that its compulsividades. In 2007, Tuca resolve the case and the group returns with "No Caminho da Quietude" (2007). There also two more projects that give continuity to their research on the Brazilian folk culture “No Terreiro É Assim” & a demo & a demo “Rascunhos Etílicos”.
Polls from the culture african-Brazilian & kiscth songs performed in Brazil in the decades of 70 & 80. Again get out Tuca the group during the mixes of the material. Drank and gave too much work to the group. He follows his search individually, "às almas penadas e os Amores Impossíveis." Tuca gave name to the project, "Abelardo + Os Caboclos Do Mato," also recently (2007) performed.
Even without the "boy problem", the group continued the search from the Jazz, the classics of Punk & contemporary music. In the first days of 2008 the band gathers and write "Che Que Vaz" (2008). The policy of the group is the intervention; productions (like the audios in the songs) are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Use Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.5 Brazil License. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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