Namorados da Lua, Ritmos Tropicosmos, Maracatu Pacífico, Sue Problema
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Os Namorados Da Lua

Ritmos Tropicosmos, Maracatu Pacific, Sue Problema (Chulita Vinyl Club)

Ages 21+
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Namorados da Lua

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Namorados Da Lua - NDL - is among the most prominent Brazilian bands in the San Francisco Bay Area. Led and produced by Danilo Portugal, a California resident from Bahia, Brazil, the band brings together musicians from North and South America (Brazil), Africa and Europe with the common love of creating music with positive messages.

NDL’s music is a provocative fusion of styles, incorporating influences from reggae, jazz, pop, rock, and funk, as well as uniquely Brazilian rhythms of samba, forró and axé.

With a repertoire composed mostly of original songs, the liveliness of the lyrics brings an atmosphere of tropical love that allows you to feel the sun on your face and your feet in the sand. NDL’s songs speak of love, spirituality and family, promote a musical communion with the masses, a harmonious experience and respect for differences.

Ritmos Tropicosmos

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Psychedelic synthesizer obsession mixed with the infectious rhythms of Cumbia.

Maracatu Pacific

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Based in Oakland, Maracatu Pacífico is a community performance group bringing Afro-Brazilian maracatu music & dance from Northeastern Brazil.

Sue Problema (Chulita Vinyl Club)

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Chulita Vinyl Club is made up of women, gender-non-conforming, non-binary, LGBTQ+ and self-identifying people of color. CVC launched in 2014, with the context of providing a safe space for empowerment, togetherness and to utilize music and vinyl as a form of resistance against the erasure of culture. Each Chulita identifies with their own identity. They are not to be classified as one nationality or culture. Within CVC they individually identify with the following: Latinxs, Tejanxs, Chicanxs, Xicanx, Afro-Latinx and many more. The unifying denominator is that they come together over the belief that EL DISCO ES CULTURA and they believe that is worth preserving and perpetuating.

CHAPTERS IN TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA: Austin, San Antonio, Rio Grande Valley (RGV), Los Angeles, Santa Ana, Bay Area, San Diego

IDENTIFICATION: We are womxn of color and each Chulita identifies with their own identity. We are not to be classified as one nationality or culture (Latinas or Chicanas or Tejanas etc.) Within CVC we individually identify with the following: Latinas, Tejanas, Chicanas, Xicana and more.

GENRES: There is no music genre policy in CVC as anything goes; sixties girl-groups, yé-yé pop, garage girls, punk, indie pop, northern soul, new wave, post-punk, riot grrrl, motown, ska, diy pop, punk rock, oi!, power pop, punk, twee, chicano oldies, sixties soul, northern soul, pop, chicano soul-dies, tejano, mexican rock, mexican punk, latino punk, rocksteady, dancehall reggae, good tunes, good tunes, good tunes.

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