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Memória de Peixe

Memória de Peixe

Memória de Peixe


"Memória de Peixe" are Miguel NIcolau (guitar and loops) and Nuno Oliveira(drums), both from Caldas da Rainha, Portugal, a well known city by its own indie scene in the 90s. The band was formed in November 2010. The translated name in English is "Fish Memory". They use "live-looping" to create songs with short loops (around 8seconds), with multiple parts, to develop and create songs with structure and improvisation moments, instead of creating only one big overdubbing soundscape. Read more on Last.fm
"Memória de Peixe" are Miguel NIcolau (guitar and loops) and Nuno Oliveira(drums), both from Caldas da Rainha, Portugal, a well known city by its own indie scene in the 90s. The band was formed in November 2010. The translated name in English is "Fish Memory". They use "live-looping" to create songs with short loops (around 8seconds), with multiple parts, to develop and create songs with structure and improvisation moments, instead of creating only one big overdubbing soundscape. In 2011 they released their first single "Fish&Chick" featuring the singer "Da Chick" by Lovers&Lollypops (one of the most respected indie Labels in the nowadays Portugal music scene), that went directly to the tops of the Portuguese radiostation Antena3. In April 2012 they released their first album "Memória de Peixe", which features Carlos Bica (very well known and respected double-bass player/composer), Da Chick, and Catarina Salinas voice borrowed from "Best Youth", mastered by Steve Fallone at the Sterling Sound NYC. www.facebook.com/memoriadepeixe 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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