Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble is very happy to show you the ‘Making of Mamari‘. German videomaker Denis Eickmeier followed them into the recording studio and produced this little video, which really captures the vibe of the recording time and gives some insights in how the album and the Muito Kaballa project evolved. Love goes out to Ingo Hermes for the beautiful cover art and layout!
1st single ‘Mamari’ is out now and available on most platforms (check our bandcamp), 2nd single ‘Curupira’ releases on 24.04 and the 2LP album will launch on 29.05 on Rebel Up Records, as well as followed by an electronic remixes by Euro & Afro producers in the early summer.
hope you are doing well in this up & down winter-spring weather transition,
Today is Bandcamp Friday again, where they waive their fees to support artists and labels until midnight.
We offer a 15% discount on all purchases until tomorrow night. Check out our digital & physical releases and merchandise. Use code bcfridaymarch to claim your discount 🙂 https://www.rebeluprecords.bandcamp.com
At Rebel Up Records we want to see the decolonization of Black Friday and support global music culture without any colonial strings attached.
15% discount on all items on our Bandcamp page until tomorrow 28.11, use code ‘friday’ at checkout. Check our latest releases of Kaito Winse, DANDANA, Satanique Samba Trio, schroothoop, African Electronic Diaspora compilation and much more >>> https://rebeluprecords.bandcamp.com
hey all, it’sBandcamp Friday today! For 24H they waive their fees in support of artists and record labels, such a heartwarming action. With Rebel Up Records we give 10% discount on all items, use this code at checkout > bandcampfridaynov
Satanique Samba Trio is back with another mini-album, made during this everlasting confinement.
F O R R Í V E L – Halloweeen / Dia das Bruxas special, get it on our Bandcamp.
After 10 albums dedicated to the aesthetical disassembling of Brazilian music’s most recurrent clichés, Satanique Samba Trio aims its ongoing research at a new formula for musical fuckery: the artificial combination between forró, the popular Brazilian groovy rhythm and horror synth, the not-so-popular music genre extracted from old keyboard-ridden horror film scores.
Think of what would happen if the most syncopated of all Brazilian folk rhythms incorporated a bunch of obsolete-but-nowadays-trendy giallo soundtrack tropes. Mathematically speaking, forró + horror synth = forrór synth. And that is where Forrível is coming from.
Well, enough of homework. It’s Halloween once again (or Dia das Bruxas – Witches Day, as it’s called in Brazil) – and it’s raining in Brazil. As we are slowly descending into a renewed global lockdown, here some soundtrack sounds for these dark times.
hello all, Friday 09.10 Rebel Up & Friends monthly session at Kiosk Radio. with special guest and Burkina Faso griot musician Kaito Winse, who will present his recently released debut album Kaladounia on Rebel Up Records with a few live songs.