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Sons que vem da serra

Sons Que Vem Da Serra (2019)

The music of Southern Brazil has revealed many new names. In search of new values and sounds Honey Bomb Records teamed with one of the biggest Brazilian cosmetic companies in its project Natura Musical. They have idealized and produced Sons Que Vem da Serra (Sounds from the Mountais) with original songs written by artists of the gaucho mountains of the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Released on all platforms, they also had video clips directed by Breno Dallas available on Honey Bomb’s YouTube channel.

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Jack Boys by Travis Scott and friends

Brasileira (2017) - Remastered

After Cântico Brasileiro Nº 3 (Kamaiurá) became a cult track and attracted the attention of DJs and vinyl collectors around the world, the album Brasileira, released by Maria Rita Stumpf in 1988, was re-released in 2017 by Selva Records in partnership with Optimo Music. Remastered from the original DAT, it reached the distribution with the booklet created by Julio Saraiva and revamped by studio Colletivo in São Paulo. The 13 songs show the high musicianship of bossa nova master pianist Luiz Eça, group Uaktí and multi-instrumentalist Ricardo Bordini.

Golden Hour by Kacey Musgraves

Brasileira Remixes (2017)

Three of the most played songs of the album Brasileira in renewed versions. The hit Cântico Brasileiro Nº 3 (Kamaiurá) was re-recorded by Maria Rita Stumpf and Paulo Santos of group Uaktí in February of 2017 in São Paulo, mixed by the duo Selvagem and Carlos Gualda (aka Carrot Green) bearing in mind the dance floors and certainly new listeners. Two of the original tracks, Lamento Africano and Rictus, were remixed by renowned French DJ Joakim, who treated the two songs as a suite over the original recording of Maria Rita with group Uaktí.

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Outro Tempo Electronic and contemporary Music from Brasil (2017)

Multi-compilation Music From Memory leads us to a trip to the heart of the Amazon rainforest in a double LP that explores Brazilian music. Indigenous rhythms appear mixed with synthesizers and MPB (Brazilian Popular Music) crosses with synthesized drums. The selection of singer songwriters has among them Maria Rita Stumpf, presenting a mesmerizing sound palette simultaneously invoking Brazilian landscapes and pushing artistic borders. Resulted from an extensive research by John Gomez this collection is an essential release which unveils a broad span of Brazilian music with daring innovation, experimentalism and sheer beauty.

Brasileira - 1988

Mapa das nuvens (1993)

"Brazilian singer songwriter Maria Rita has been building a solid and mature career bathed by the search for beauty, like a curious child. Or would it be at random that she delved in Mario Quintana’s work to write music for some of his verses? The poet, a fellow countryman, shares with her the lack of fear. Maria Rita’s music opens our ears to personal renditions, to ancient remembrances, and intense rediscoveries. It is made to be listened slowly and amorously, delicate and kindly, sipping it slowly but, at the same time urgently. She brings with her a talented team of musicians to build the Map of Clouds."

Mauro Dias, music critic

Brasileira - 1988

Brasileira (1988)

"The recording of 13 compositions, mostly written by the performer herself, makes clear the fact that we are before one of the most expressive and talented singer songwriters that have emerged in this decade. Maria Rita Stumpf also wrote the music for two poems by her fellow countryman Mário Quintana. She also had the collaboration of renowned arrangers and instrumentalists such as bossa nova master pianist Luiz Eça, Marco Antonio Guimarães of the Uaktí group and the gifted gaucho Ricardo Bordini. Maria Rita’s album is unique and daring. It will be difficult someone to get off her hands the palm of originality, and of a singer songwriter of the highest level."

Ilmar Carvalho – Última Hora Newspaper, 1988

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