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Boogarins, Benke Ferraz (Guitarist and Producer), Dinho Almeida (Guitar and Voice), Raphael Vaz (Bass, Synthesizers, and Voice), and Ynaiã Benthroldo (drums), formed in 2013 and have spent the last 7 years playing non-stop shows at festivals and rock clubs all over the world. With live music on hold, the band has taken the opportunity to host live streams, remixes and collaborate with other artists, and revisit past work. Manchaca Vol. 2, the second half of a series of archival releases, focuses on Boogarins' approach to improv-based songwriting and studio collaboration. The album combines songs fromthe recording sessions of Lá Vem a Morte (OAR, 2017) / Sombrou Dúvida (OAR, 2018) made in Austin, TX between 2016-2017 with pre-production / rehearsal sessions for Sombrou Dúvida, held in 2017 at the Fábrica de Sonhos studio in São Paulo. Songs like "Correndo em Fúria" and "Meto o Loco" are based on improvisations made during the recording of the short "Boogarins at Casa das Janelas Verdes" (2017). Rerecorded by the band in Austin, TX, they were refined and given new arrangements and sound textures. Also recorded in Austin, TX, are "Derramado," "Debaixo do Cobertor," "Supernova," and "Basic Lines" (a song in English, composed in the early days of the band, but never recorded), are beautiful and peculiar songs, that started as studio sessions, but were finished little by little. These tracks are perfect examples of how the Boogarins' sound identity flourishes in the most diverse forms, rhythms, and music styles. From the São Paulo sessions that were intended as pre-production, the group offers improvised illuminated moments like "Rolê Torto" and "vc sabe mto" and also more structured songs like "Começa em Você." The only track recorded entirely at home is Raphael Vaz's beautiful tribute to Goiânia, "Eixão", where nostalgic feelings, immersed in ethereal sounds and guided by his sweet voice, take the listener to a place called home. "Far and Safe" (an English version of Boogarins' song "Te quero longe") closes the record and shines a spotlight on the band's love of musical collaboration. "Fat and Safe" had the lyrics reformulated by John Schmersal (Brainiac, Enon, Vertical Scratchers, and Caribou) and is wonderfully sung by Erika Wennerstrom (Heartless Bastards). Boogarins invited even more people into their sonic world by letting some of the audio engineers that have done live sound for the group over the years mix tracks on the album, including Alejandra Luciani, Bernardo Pacheco, and Renato Cunha. Manchaca Vol. 2 is not a compilation of unfinished and unreleased tracks but an album full of life that moves beyond psychedelia and celebrates the great cultural chimera that is the basis of Brazilian pop music.

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Manchaca Vol. 2

Boogarins

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Tracklist


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Começa em Você 5:01

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Correndo em Fúria 4:41

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Vc Sabe Mto - Improviso Fábrica dos Sonhos 2:10

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Basic Lines 4:31

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No Meio de Tanto Cobertor - Medo de Falar 3:23

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Rolê Torto - Improviso Fábrica dos Sonhos 2:12

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Derramado 4:01

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Eixão 2:35

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Você Sabe Muito 3:57

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Supernova 4:12

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Meto o Loco 3:50

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Far and Safe (feat. Erika Wennerstrom ) 4:39

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

Boogarins, Benke Ferraz (Guitarist and Producer), Dinho Almeida (Guitar and Voice), Raphael Vaz (Bass, Synthesizers, and Voice), and Ynaiã Benthroldo (drums), formed in 2013 and have spent the last 7 years playing non-stop shows at festivals and rock clubs all over the world. With live music on hold, the band has taken the opportunity to host live streams, remixes and collaborate with other artists, and revisit past work. Manchaca Vol. 2, the second half of a series of archival releases, focuses on Boogarins' approach to improv-based songwriting and studio collaboration. The album combines songs fromthe recording sessions of Lá Vem a Morte (OAR, 2017) / Sombrou Dúvida (OAR, 2018) made in Austin, TX between 2016-2017 with pre-production / rehearsal sessions for Sombrou Dúvida, held in 2017 at the Fábrica de Sonhos studio in São Paulo. Songs like "Correndo em Fúria" and "Meto o Loco" are based on improvisations made during the recording of the short "Boogarins at Casa das Janelas Verdes" (2017). Rerecorded by the band in Austin, TX, they were refined and given new arrangements and sound textures. Also recorded in Austin, TX, are "Derramado," "Debaixo do Cobertor," "Supernova," and "Basic Lines" (a song in English, composed in the early days of the band, but never recorded), are beautiful and peculiar songs, that started as studio sessions, but were finished little by little. These tracks are perfect examples of how the Boogarins' sound identity flourishes in the most diverse forms, rhythms, and music styles. From the São Paulo sessions that were intended as pre-production, the group offers improvised illuminated moments like "Rolê Torto" and "vc sabe mto" and also more structured songs like "Começa em Você." The only track recorded entirely at home is Raphael Vaz's beautiful tribute to Goiânia, "Eixão", where nostalgic feelings, immersed in ethereal sounds and guided by his sweet voice, take the listener to a place called home. "Far and Safe" (an English version of Boogarins' song "Te quero longe") closes the record and shines a spotlight on the band's love of musical collaboration. "Fat and Safe" had the lyrics reformulated by John Schmersal (Brainiac, Enon, Vertical Scratchers, and Caribou) and is wonderfully sung by Erika Wennerstrom (Heartless Bastards). Boogarins invited even more people into their sonic world by letting some of the audio engineers that have done live sound for the group over the years mix tracks on the album, including Alejandra Luciani, Bernardo Pacheco, and Renato Cunha. Manchaca Vol. 2 is not a compilation of unfinished and unreleased tracks but an album full of life that moves beyond psychedelia and celebrates the great cultural chimera that is the basis of Brazilian pop music.

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