Posts Tagged 'Gilberto Gil'

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

80s World Music Classics: When The World Was Young

Selected by a panel of DJs, journalists and promoters who catapulted world music into what it is today, this rich compilation of seminal world classics presents “world music” in its infancy stage. One of those advocates was the late Charlie

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

The Top 10 Brazilian Artists by Mondomix

Mondomix, the worldwide music website reveals ten Brazilian artists albums that you should never leave home without

Wallpaper* Made in Brazil

Brazilian fever is hitting the UK hard this year, with Festival Brazil at the Southbank Centre and the likes of Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Maria Rita and Céu performing here and there, and even the notorious Wallpaper* Magazine has been