Brazilian electro-jazz outfit, Nomade Orquestra have launched a mini documentary to tie in with the release of their second album, EntreMundos.
The mini documentary shows the creative benefits of fusing hedonism with spirituality, and gives an insight into life and politics in São Paulo, where the 10-piece band are based. It also shows footage from the studio sessions at Red Bull Studios where the album was recorded.
Describing their latest release, Nomade Orquestra’s record label Far Out Recordings said: “Gazing outward through a kaleidoscope from the heart of Sao Paulo’s jazz scene, the collective consciousness of the ten-man orquestra has dreamt up an adventurous amalgam of earth’s most far reaching musical cultures.
“Recorded at Red Bull Studios, Sao Paulo, EntreMundos is like a cosmic musical playground where Ethio-jazz, Indian classical and Oriental sounds dance around Afro-Brazilian roots rhythms and Northern hemisphere jazz, funk, soul, library music and hip-hop influences.”
Nomade Orquestra will be touring the UK and Europe from this month. Check out the dates here.
Nomade Orquestra’s EntreMundos is out now on Far Out Recordings
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