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"Pirraças Pueris" by Pãodemónio

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Pirraças Pueris
By Pãodemónio

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Djent, aka tech metal, gets a summer breeze and sunglasses in Pirraças pueris -- must be adolescence. Sounds good.

About the Album

The title track of the album showcases Pãodemónio's eclectic musical influences. Deriving from a “djent” atmosphere, the track develops around the dominant symmetric scale. Each of its sections is based on two different keys with an angular melody in 12/8 that induces a very particular funky swing. Fábio Almeida: alto and tenor saxophones, electronics; Nuno Trocado: electric guitar, electronics; Ricardo Pinto: keyboard; Marcelo Rúben Aires: drums and percussion.

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August 22, 2014

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