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Dias da Aranha

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about the record

Escapism is very present in Bruno Silva’s music. In the past the idea of searching for it was key, in “Dias da Aranha” he lives in it. It is daring and luminous, streaming a continuous beam of bright ideas, making sure that they find the right course on their own. In some moments you can listen to the music breathing or sense some kind of field recordings shape. It doesn’t rely anymore on the idea of music as a work in progress.


There’s no restrain here, the beats evolve in a self-confident way and the way it assembles and incorporates other people's sounds is a bliss. Go straight to the last track, “Ritos de Poeira”, and listen to how organic everything feels, the endless rhythm and how Pedro Sousa’s saxophone is incorporated as a beautiful hopeful lament. Just put it on repeat.

  1. 1 - Nunca Morras 2:00
  2. 2 - Meio Ondness 2:00
  3. 3 - Símbolo IV 2:00
  4. 4 - Símbolo V 4:17
  5. 5 - Vala da Luz da Manhã 2:00
  6. 6 - Ritos de Poeira 11:21

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Serpente
Dias da Aranha

26,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - Nunca Morras 2:00
  2. 2 - Meio Ondness 2:00
  3. 3 - Símbolo IV 2:00
  4. 4 - Símbolo V 4:17
  5. 5 - Vala da Luz da Manhã 2:00
  6. 6 - Ritos de Poeira 11:21

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

about the record

Escapism is very present in Bruno Silva’s music. In the past the idea of searching for it was key, in “Dias da Aranha” he lives in it. It is daring and luminous, streaming a continuous beam of bright ideas, making sure that they find the right course on their own. In some moments you can listen to the music breathing or sense some kind of field recordings shape. It doesn’t rely anymore on the idea of music as a work in progress.


There’s no restrain here, the beats evolve in a self-confident way and the way it assembles and incorporates other people's sounds is a bliss. Go straight to the last track, “Ritos de Poeira”, and listen to how organic everything feels, the endless rhythm and how Pedro Sousa’s saxophone is incorporated as a beautiful hopeful lament. Just put it on repeat.

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