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Arrocha

Curumin

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Album Review

For his third outing, Curumin has made a delicious modern MPB album, great Brazilian pop heavily tinged with electronica and an international outlook. There are, for instance, a few touches of reggae, with "Vestido de Prata" and the delicious slow skank of "Doce" alongside bouncy anthems like "Blimblim" and "Sapo Cururu," which are pure Brazilian funk. But this is definitely modern pop, ranging from the trombone-inflected "Treme Terra" to the ache of "Paris Vila Matilde." Curumin shifts gears easily, able to pull out slinky, sensual sounds, and offers the neo-psychedelia of "Pra Nunca Mais." It's not a long album, but there's enough music here, all of excellent quality, to satisfy. If there's any justice, he'll follow his more illustrious Brazilian compatriots to fame.

Customer Reviews

Freelance Writer

Another great album from Curumin. Long reviews are pretentious. I am not an expert, but I love this album. Shut up arm chair critics.

It's good

A chill album- although from the states and don't understand lyrics i still enjoy the whole album

Biography

Born: July 28, 1976 in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '00s

Born Luciano Nakata Albuquerque to Spanish and Japanese parents, Curumin spent his impressionable years in São Paulo, Brazil, listening to Jorge Ben, Tim Maia, and Bebeto. At eight he formed his first rock band, and by the time he was 16 he was a percussionist and keyboardist in top clubs around the city. Curumin later enrolled at Gaviões da Fiel, a prestigious Brazilian music school, where he was further introduced to MPB, and extracurricularly, Run-D.M.C. and the B-52's. With his band Zomba he...
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