Posts Tagged 'Bossa Nova'

A conversation with Bebel Gilberto

Almiro Andrade talks to Bebel Gilberto, the heiress apparent of Bossa Nova, as she prepares for two UK concerts next week.


Azymuth live at Fabric in June

Fabric have announced that the legendary Azymuth will play their classic 1979 album Light As A Feather in its entirety in the club’s main room on the 20th of June.

Interview with Eliane Elias

Eliane Elias has been making music since the mid-80s. This year she released Light My Fire, an album of originals and covers, as well as collaborations with Gilberto Gil, that has been getting rave reviews all summer. Eduardo Pagnoncelli sat

Arthur Verocai – Na Boca do Sol

Sabrina’s Latest is Album of Summer

In the crowded genre of Brazilian Samba and Bossa Nova, Sabrina Malheiros stands out, making her mark as an artist transforming Brazilian music for a new generation.

Emily Saunder’s Cotton Skies

A musician devoted to Brazilian music; that’s the best way to describe Emily Saunders, this lovely British singer with an incredibly sweet voice and great appreciation, and understanding, of Brazilian music.


Raf Vilar @ Momo’s

Raf Vilar moves seamlessly between Portuguese and English through tracks that evoke bossa nova, folk and samba of 60’s and 70’s Brazil whilst incorporating global jazz and electronica.

Raf Vilar — Bossa Me

Music to the eyes: Bossa Nova’s art

Cover to cover: iconic designs of Brazil’s musical Golden Age are brought together in Bossa Nova and the Rise of Brazilian Music in the 1960s, a book launched by Soul Jazz.

Did Brazilian Music Die in the 70s?

For a special little showdown for the music issue of October, Jungle pitted two high calibre musical minds against each other to debate the state of Brazil’s music industry and output to see if it’s as good as it has