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Just less than a fortnight after he flipped communal lids with that wow-factor house version of Marlui Miranda on Selva Discos, Carioca DJ and producer Joutro Mundo digs deep and delivers a stunning collection of reworks on this first release on his own label Outra. Influenced by the melodic sounds of the Amazonian jungle and the explosive Carnival rhythms of his hometown Rio, you can feel his devotion to the diverse music of Brazil, which he now shares with you on the dance floor. The set opens with "Pauleira Dos Panteras" a loose-hipped, disco-ish bit of South American groove music with maximum heat emanating from the psychedelic guitars and synth sparkle. The beach-side vibes continue via "Melo Do Amor", a light and lithe Balearic disco winner steeped in the flute and accoustic guitar of Brazilian folk. Things get altogether more psychedelic on the B1 as "Flechas No Ar" combines rainforest rhythms, trippy fx and post-punk guitars to give us a twisted disco-not-disco brainmelter carnival-style. Finally "Yoruba Baiano" moves, grooves and rolls along in the same Brazilian disco-funk style as Gilberto Gil's "Toda Menina Bahiana", ensuring plenty of plays from the Balearic/cosmic/latin crews. Valeu!


Patrick says: Killer Brazilian edits from Joutro Mundo here, concentrating on the groovier end of tropicalia and bossa and the more organic fringe of Sao Paulo disco. Perfect for sunsets or star gazers this has major potential for Balearic / cosmic heads out there.


A1. Pauleira Dos Panteras
A2. Melo Do Amor
B1. Flechas No Ar
B2. Yoruba Baiano

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