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1. PREMIERE: Maria Rita - Lamento Africa/Rictus (Joakim Remix)[Optimo Music Selva Discos]

PREMIERE: Maria Rita - Lamento Africa/Rictus (Joakim Remix)[Optimo Music Selva Discos]

"Roll up! Roll up!" The crowds began to gather outside the bright red and yellow tent as the last light of the summer evening began to fade. The vast big top would soon be packed to the rafters with a vigorous crowd of onlookers looking to celebrate the intricacy and delight of the circus. In the wings the performers sat nervously, they had been preparing their performances for what had felt like an eternity. Soon it would all be over in the blink of an eye and this night too would be gone. Maria Rita has been a somewhat unusual presence in the sets of many this year. This is in no small part due to the commitment and genre defying exploration of Glasgow's Optimo. The "Brasileira" LP was reissued earlier this year in collaboration with Selva Discos, now both labels have teamed up once again to offer a beautiful remix package.

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2. Onegreenfield recorded @ Knickerbocker Studios in Bushwick Brooklyn

Onegreenfield recorded @ Knickerbocker Studios in Bushwick Brooklyn

A selection of tracks, which I hope you enjoy. Original artwork provided by Tobias Lepak, on loan from the artist. Tracklist: Guero - Elektronique Doctor Dru - Mind Parade Maria Rita Stumpf - Lamento Africa Rictus (Joakim Remix) Pional - Tempest Jonathan Kaspar - Khaya Laolu & Mr Raoul K Feat. Ahmed Sosso - Djougou Yah Audiofly & Patrice Bäumel - Atacama WhoMadeWho - I Don't Know (Stereocalypse Remix) Paulor - Paulor'S Blues Depeche Mode - Cover Me (Dixon Remix)

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3. CBLS526 | Compost Black Label Sessions | MANUEL TUR guest mix

  • Published: 2019-07-17T15:10:05Z
  • By compost
CBLS526 | Compost Black Label Sessions | MANUEL TUR guest mix

Hello music lovers, this week we have a nice and deep guestmix by the great Manuel Tur ... enjoy! Tracklist: 01 - Eduardo de la Calle - Rig [Endless] 02 - Yør Kultura - Shimming [Permanent Vacation] 03 - Stefano Ritteri - Pocket Melody [Freerange] 04 - Ron & Manoo - The Sound (Dub) [Future Vision] 05 - Pandreas - R.G. [Full Pupp] 06- Syclops - Where’s Jason’s K [DFA] 07 - Lusine - Turn Back [Ghostly International] 08 - Maria Rita Stumpf - Lamento Africa-Rictus (Joakim Remix) [Optima Selva] 09 - Yør Kultura - Cosmic Tribal [Permanent Vacation] 10 - Bawrut - Three Sounds [Ransom Note] 11 - DJ Q - Fifty & Then [Glasgow Underground] 12 - Shanti Celeste - Nu4him [Secretsundaze] ________________________________________________________________ Follow Manuel Tur: @manueltur https://www.instagram.com/manueltur/ https://www.facebook.com/manueltur Follow COMPOST:
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4. Optimo Music / Selva Discos - OMSD 001 - Maria Rita - Brasileira (album sampler)

Optimo Music / Selva Discos - OMSD 001 - Maria Rita - Brasileira (album sampler)

Maria Rita “Brasileira” LP Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf A1 Cântico Brasileiro Nº3 (Kamaiurá) A2 Felicidade A3 Cântico Brasileiro Nº6 (Temporã) A4 Canção da Garoa A5 Lamento Africano/Rictus B1 A Cidade B2 Cântico Brasileiro Nº1 B3 Relhaços B4 Trilhas B5 Melodia de Veludo B6 Canção de Barco e de Olvido B7 O Amor An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser have been working under the alias Selvagem for the past 5 years, standing by their monthly residencies in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, releasing edits and reworks for labels like Beats in Space, Disco Deviance and Disco Halal. Now they’re also behind the label Selva Discos, whose mission is to unearth and update exquisite, overlooked Brazilian music - not without the aid of JD Twitch from Optimo Music. The follow-up to this first release is a reworks 12" featuring a remake of "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" produced by Selvagem & Carrot Green (based on a new studio session with one of the original session musicians, Paulo Sergio dos Santos from Uakti) backed by a Joakim remix of "Lamento Africano/Rictus", to be released shortly after the Brasileira reissue. Released on vinyl (and digital) on July 14th 2017. Distributed by Kompakt.

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5. Mix For Work In Progress

  • Published: 2017-11-15T23:10:27Z
  • By wonja
Mix For Work In Progress

listen to the full show with CL and The Creatrix here: https://www.mixcloud.com/n10as/wip-wonja-the-creatrix-30082017/ Georgia - Ism Warbs Maxwell Sterling - Synthetic Beach Samantha Glass - First Stairwell Via Maris - Credentials Lutto Lento - Rattlesnake Suzi Analogue - Wildflowrr Stranger - Voice of Energy Luka Productions - Dambéfoli Chaircrusher - GAM2 Yak - Mido Rolande Garros - Australian Open John T. Gast - wygdn_bashmenttk9 Mono Junk - Halo 2 Klein - elders at work Mamoru Fujieda - Radiated Falling $3.33 - + Maria Rita - Lamento Africa / Rictus

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6. A5 Maria Rita - Lamento Africano/Rictus

A5 Maria Rita - Lamento Africano/Rictus

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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7. A4 Maria Rita - Canção Da Garoa

A4 Maria Rita - Canção Da Garoa

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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8. B6 Maria Rita - Canção De Barco E De Olvido

B6 Maria Rita - Canção De Barco E De Olvido

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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9. A3 Maria Rita - Cântico Brasileiro Nº 6 (Temporá)

A3 Maria Rita - Cântico Brasileiro Nº 6 (Temporá)

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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10. B2 Maria Rita - Cântico Brasileiro Nº1

B2 Maria Rita - Cântico Brasileiro Nº1

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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11. A2 Maria Rita - Felicidade

A2 Maria Rita - Felicidade

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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12. B1 Maria Rita - A Cidade

B1 Maria Rita - A Cidade

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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13. B4 Maria Rita - Trilhas

B4 Maria Rita - Trilhas

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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14. Maria Rita - Lamento Africano/Rictus (Joakim Remix)

Maria Rita - Lamento Africano/Rictus (Joakim Remix)

Those who experienced listening to the original Maria Rita version of "Cântico Brasileiro Nº3 (Kamaiurá)" on the dancefloor know it's such a thrilling experience that could only be better if the song was a bit longer. At the same time, it didn't make much sense to mess with the original. Having these thoughts on their minds, the Selvagem boys' Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the minds behind Selva Discos) had an insight while discussing the reissue of the "Brasileira" material with singer Maria Rita Stumpf: why not hit the studio and remake the track? Also, why not ask someone like Joakim, known for his exquisite taste and brilliant production skills, to remix "Lamento Africano/Rictus"? It would be the perfect package. And that's what happened. In order to properly remake "Kamaiurá", they recruited Paulo Sergio Santos from Uakti, one of the musicians that took part of the original "Brasileira" recording sessions, a supertalented multi-instrumentist who still possesses a version of the plastic tubes responsible for the particular bass sound of the track and also a couple of flutes reminiscent of the ones first used (not to mention a lot of crazy instruments he brought alongside him; on a side note for those not familiar with Uakti, it was an instrumental music group from Brazil famous for creating their own instruments whose godfather was Milton Nascimento and peaked in the 1990's playing with Philip Glass). Carlos Gualda aka Carrot Green, who's been collaborating with Selvagem for the past 3 years, was also summoned for the mission. The project of remaking "Kamaiurá" also needed a proper recording studio, so Augusto and Millos pulled a couple of strings to rent the legendary Vice-Versa studio in São Paulo (now owned by the Brazilian label Trama), which was founded by Rogério Duprat (yes, the Tropicalia maestro), Luiz Arruda Botelho, Sá & Guarabyra in the early 1970's – a beautiful, spacious acoustically-treated wooden room fully equipped and controlled by a Neve console. There, Paulo Sergio Santos recorded 12 different instruments (none of them electric or electronic) and Maria Rita Stumpf sang in a studio after more than 20 years, on a different arrangement than the original, with a new intro and an outro, also extending the song (including a breakdow) for a better dancefloor experience. Later, Selvagem & Carrot Green worked on the post-production, adding a kick drum, a hi-hat and some Rolando SH-101 punctuation, all very minimal, so the feeling of a jungle excursion of the new session would be preserved. Concerning the "Lamento Africano/Rictus" remix, it's a great feeling when you present your first choice an idea and the person is just hooked by the power of the music. Joakim was just very interested about the singer, the instruments used, the lyrics and jumped aboard this project quickly. He didn't had the same opportunity as Selvagem & Carrot Green had, being offered to work with just the original song, but did an amazing job inverting the elements of this suite, using the kalimba-sounding instrument in the introduction and the African lyrics in the breakdown, turning this subtle, sensitive chant in a dancefloor monster. credits released October 27, 2017 Written by Maria Rita Stumpf & Remixed by Joakim at Crowdspacer Studio in NYC, 2017 Special Thanks to Joakim Bouaziz, Ricardo Bordini and Keith Mcivor Mastered by James Savage Cover picture by Márcia Costa Dias Artwork by Colletivo Design LTDA Back cover picture by Gil Lopes Distribution by Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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15. B3 Maria Rita - Relhaços

B3 Maria Rita - Relhaços

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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17. B7 Maria Rita - O Amor

B7 Maria Rita - O Amor

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdio Colletivo de Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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18. B5 Maria Rita - Melodia De Veludo

B5 Maria Rita - Melodia De Veludo

Brazilian duo Selvagem partners up with Optimo Music to launch the label Selva Discos. First release is the official reissue of the scarce and sought-after “Brasileira” LP by singer Maria Rita Stumpf. An original copy of the Brasileira LP by Brazilian singer Maria Rita Stumpf has been on top of collectors' and music lovers' wishlist for the past couple of years, since "Cântico Brasileiro No 3 (Kamaiurá)" broke out and cast a spell worldwide – from Japan to Brazil, from Norway to South Africa, everybody was flabbergasted after they first heard the song, and each and every time they heard it again. For the lucky ones that could listen to her whole album – and get to know other gems such as "Lamento Africano/Rictus" and "A Cidade"– it is clear that it is an ouvre that more people should have access to, not only an elite of listeners and connaisseurs. The good news are that the LP will be available again in its entirety in a new, glossy, loud and clear pressing released through Selva Discos, a new label run by Augusto Olivani and Millos Kaiser (the DJ/production duo known as Selvagem) in partnership with JD Twitch's Optimo Music. It's a legit reissue overviewed by Maria Rita Stumpf herself, the music being remastered from the remaining DAT tape of the original release and artwork faithfully updated by Brazilian design studio Colletivo, featuring liner notes by the singer/songwriter. Maria Rita Stumpf is owner of Brazilian production company Antares Produções, responsible for bringing international artists to Brazil for the past 30 years, such as Philip Glass and Mikhail Baryshnikov. After distancing herself from the music business since the Brasileira original release, almost 30 years ago, she’s now back in the game. credits released July 14, 2017 license Record Producer: Antares Promoções e Selva Discos Executive Production: Augusto Olivani e Millos Kaiser Artistic Direction: Maria Rita Stumpf Sound Engineers: Dirceu Soares (BH) e Everson Dias (RJ) Mixing: Maria Rita, Marco Antônio Guimarães e Mário de Aratanha Remastering: James Savage Recorded at the Studios: MPE (RJ) e BEMOL (BH) Cover Picture: Márcia Costa Dias Sleeve Picture: Márcia Costa Dias, Julio Saraiva e Maria Rita Graphic Project: Julio Saraiva Drawings: Mateus Stumpf Saraiva Graphic Coordination: Estúdios Design Distribution: Kompakt Bandcamp: https://selvadiscos.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selvadiscos/

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