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Marcos Resende & Index | The Lost Debut Album From 1976

Marcos Resende & Index | The Lost Debut Album From 1976

Release date: 29th January 2021 | Format: Vinyl LP, CD & digital Beyond their highly sought after 1978 album Festa Para Um Novo Rei­ - home to the mystical jazz-funk classic ‘Vidigal’ and released on Philips’ iconic Musica Popular Brasileira Contemporanea series (MPBC) - little is known about Marcos Resende & Index, even to aficionados of obscure Brazilian music. Far Out Recordings is immensely proud to present their previously unreleased self-titled debut album from 1976, contributing a crucial missing work from the glory days of progressive Brazilian instrumental music. Born in Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, Brazil in 1947, Marcos Resende was a...

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Antonio Neves announces new album "A Pegada Agora é Essa" Featuring Ana Frango Elétrico, Hamilton De Holanda, Leo Gandelman, Alice Caymmi & More

Antonio Neves announces new album "A Pegada Agora é Essa" Featuring Ana Frango Elétrico, Hamilton De Holanda, Leo Gandelman, Alice Caymmi & More

Release date: 19th Feb 2021 | Formats: Vinyl LP/CD/Digital From samba and bossa nova through to baile funk, with carioca expressions of jazz, rock and hip hop in between, the sound of Rio de Janeiro, while continually evolving, has always held an unnameable quality which reflects the magic and mystique of the city itself. Multi-instrumentalist and arranger Antonio Neves is the city’s newest trailblazer: the enfant-terrible of Rio’s music scene, leading a vital and diverse constellation of both emerging and well-known artists advancing the city’s musical legacy. “It all started one sleepless night, after watching a Quincy Jones documentary”. Inspired by...

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Daniel Maunick announces new EP 'Musica Encantada'

Daniel Maunick announces new EP 'Musica Encantada'

Release date:  23rd October 2020 | Format: 12" Vinyl / Digital Daniel Maunick returns with a new EP, Musica Encantada via Far Out Recordings. Continuing the theme of his debut album Macumba Quebrada – which saw support from the likes of Moodymann, Ron Trent, Gilles Peterson, and Benji B – Maunick draws on the deep-rooted Brazilian influences from the many years he has spent in the country, producing records with Azymuth, Marcos Valle, Sabrina Malheiros and Ivan 'Mamão' Conti. The bossa-jazz house smash ‘Black Magic’ stays exclusive to the vinyl, while the percussive deep-house roller ‘A Chance To See Again’,...

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Jneiro Jarel announces new album 'After A Thousand Years'

Jneiro Jarel announces new album 'After A Thousand Years'

Release date: 30th October 2020 | Formats: Vinyl LP, CD & Digital In 2018 Far Out Recordings signed a record deal with Brooklyn born, nomadic producer Jneiro Jarel. Having just put the finishing touches to the recordings, Jarel suffered an ischemic stroke while living and working in Costa Rica and his wife Indigo was forced to set up a crowd fund to cover special medical transport back to the states to receive treatment. The release was put on hold, but thanks to the generosity of friends and fans around the world, Jarel was able to get the care he needed...

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Azymuth announce new 7" single of previously unreleased demos

Azymuth announce new 7" single of previously unreleased demos

Release date: 18th September 2020 | Format: 7" Vinyl, Digital | Cat. Nr. JD49 Listen / Pre-order Following 2019’s release of Azymuth’s Demos (1973-75), two more home-recorded demo tracks by the Brazilian psychedelic jazz-funk masters have surfaced from a tape in drummer Ivan Conti’s private archive. These five-decade old recordings by the young band show the maturity, musicianship and distinctive style that saw Azymuth become one of the most important groups in Brazilian history. Featuring an instrumental take on iconic pop song writing team Roberto Carlos and Erasmo Carlos’ 1969 Jovem Guarda hit “As Curvas da Estrada de Santos”, and spacey psych-folk oddity “Zé...

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