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Brazilian Girls @ Social Hall 

Wednesday, Jan 13 2016
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Don't get it twisted, yo. The Brazilian Girls are NOT, in fact, Brazilian, nor are they girls (of the four band members, only one is female). But that's sort of the beauty of the band: They aren't who (or what) they purport to be. Their self-titled debut, released in 2005, is a clusterfuck of genres and dialects. It's got everything from electronic, pop, and house, to acid jazz, reggae, and samba. Meanwhile, vocalist Sabina Sciubba sings as many as five different languages. It's been eight years since the band released an album, but the good news is they announced a new project coming up sometime this year. If you like genre-bending music, surprises, and upbeat, danceable jams, then this is a band you've got to see, or, at the very least, start listening to.

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