StreetMusicMap releases live album featuring street bands from Brazil
‘StreetMusicMap Vol.1 — Live at O.bra Festival’ is the first album to feature live performances of street bands from Brazil in the same record. The Volume 1 includes nine bands from the streets of Sao Paulo, a melting pot of sounds right from the streets of the most populous city in the Americas: the brazilian music highlights the big band O Grande Grupo Viajante, the Mississippi Blues runs into the vibrations of The Lonesome Duo, Emblues Beer Band, Pedro Pastoriz, and meet the latin percussions of Gran Tormenta. Jazz is represented by Chaiss na Mala and Kick Bucket, the instrumental psychedelic rock is brought by Amoradia do Som and Lucia Zorzi gives us the folk with her ‘chanson française’.
The bands were selected by Daniel Bacchieri, founder and curator of StreetMusicMap, the collab world map of street musicians. The album, co-produced by Loop Discos, was recorded live at Largo do Arouche, Sao Paulo, Brazil, during the O.bra Festival, the international street art festival created by Instagrafite.
The StreetMusicMap project came to life to resonate with the music lineup that is made every day in the streets around the globe. The StreetMusicMap Instagram collab channel already has more than 1.000 artists documented on videos in 82 countries, all filmed by more than 700 collaborators and the numbers are expanding daily.
StreetMusicMap wants to be the most complete platform about street music in the world. The project wants to promote the exchange between musicians, fans and music lovers and also become a network for communication over the vast world of street musicians. The place where bands can connect with fans all over the world and a place for curators and people who want to find the real deal, the next big thing.
StreetMusicMap Vol.1 — Live at O.bra Festival:
1. O GRANDE GRUPO VIAJANTE — OBRA DE MIRÓ — 3'53"
(Bruno Sanches/Stela Nesrine Medrado)
Vocal & Guitar — Bruno Sanches
Vocal, Melodica & Saxophone — Stela Nesrine Medrado
Vocal & Percussion — Bruno Trindade
Guitar — Mike Cury
Trumpet — Joaninos Valença
Bass — Erico Alencastro
Keyboards — Leonardo Schons
Drums — Leo Machado
Percussion — Celso Rey
2. THE LONESOME DUO — WHAT YOU WANT IS WHAT YOU SHOULD DO — 1'46"
(Luiz Masi/Rennan Martens)
Vocal & Acoustic Guitar — Luiz Masi
Vocal — Rennan Martens
Vocal & Guitar — Carlos Masi
Guitar — Pedro Penna
Bass — Robson Gamaliel
Drums — Pedro Falcão
3. CHAISS NA MALA — GRANATA — 7'05"
Guitar — Eder Hendrix
Bass — Rob Ashtoffen
Drums — Fabio de Albuquerque
Trumpet — Reinaldo Soares Guimarães Neto
4. LUCIA ZORZI — TRÈS TRÈS LOIN — 2'19"
Vocal & Acoustic Guitar — Lucia Zorzi
5. KICK BUCKET — TERM. CAPELINHA — 4'11"
(Bruno Kioshi/Thiago Kim/Diego Aquino)
Bucket Drums — Bruno Kioshi
Bass — Diego Aquino
Saxophone — Thiago Kim
6. GRAN TORMENTA — TERRA DE NINGUÉM — 2'31"
Slide Guitar — Jack Rubens
Bombo Leguero — Debora Salomão
7. AMORADIA DO SOM — FLUÊNCIA — 5'30"
(Bruno Pavanelli/Ramon Reis/João Maciel)
Guitar — João Maciel
Bass — Bruno Pavanelli
Drums — Ramon Reis
Synthesizer & Guitar — Pedro Kenji
Saxophone — Flavio Lima
8. PEDRO PASTORIZ — TAMBOR — 2'06"
Vocal, Harmonica & Guitar — Pedro Pastoriz
9. EMBLUES BEER BAND — SOL E MAR — 4'55"
(Marcel Moreno/Juan Jarandilha/Alberto Moura/Fábio Véio)
Vocal & Ukulele — Juan Carlos Jarandilha
Vocal & Acoustic Guitar — Marcel Moreno
Upright Bass — Alberto Moura
Trumpet — Fábio Véio
Washboard — Rafael Pajé Massi
Produced by Loop Discos & StreetMusicMap
Recorded live at O.bra Festival, Largo do Arouche, São Paulo, Brazil (23rd, 24th & 25th October, 2015)
Created & Curated by Daniel Bacchieri (StreetMusicMap)
Executive Producers: Edu Santos & Aline Stoffel
Recording: Thiago Rangel Pinto & Bruno Kioshi
Mixed & Mastered by Nando Endres & Marcelo Fornasier
Art Designer / Album Cover: Teodoro Marques
O.bra Festival Production: Marcelo Pimentel, Marina Bortoluzzi, Ariela Grubert, Vander Lins
Van Service: Rafael Berniz