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1 review | 6 people love this record: be the 7th! I think it’s probably fair to say this is somewhat of an unusual release for Hospital Productions although the labels interests have clearly been evolving recently. ‘Novos Mistérios’ is the second album from Nicolò Fortuni and Nico Vascellari recording as Ninos Du Brasil. The Brasil part of the name is an indication as to what to expect here stylistically and that is hea ... »

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Novos Mistérios by Ninos Du Brasil
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6 people love this record. Be the 7th!
7/10 Ant Staff review, 24 April 2014

I think it’s probably fair to say this is somewhat of an unusual release for Hospital Productions although the labels interests have clearly been evolving recently. ‘Novos Mistérios’ is the second album from Nicolò Fortuni and Nico Vascellari recording as Ninos Du Brasil. The Brasil part of the name is an indication as to what to expect here stylistically and that is heavily percussive Brazilian carnival music fusing live percussion recordings with electronics. Some of it I do like but at times it feels a bit like dated 90’s tribal techno. There are some infectious and funky rhythms, nice basslines but the techno element is just pretty mediocre to me. The heavier tracks like ‘Sepultura’ are similar in execution to William Bennett’s Cut Hand’s project although the polyrhythms clearly have roots in another part of the world.

I got excited about this record when I first read about it but having heard it three times now I’m not sure how much repeat play it will get, although it’s worth checking out at least once and sneaking just one track into a DJ set would prove pretty useful.


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