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Arrocha

by Curumin

Arrocha by Curumin

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Arrocha

by Curumin

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Label: Six Degrees
Curumin's third album employs the same whiplash-inducing experimentalism of his fantasy world JapanPopShow. That means bells and whistles, Gypsy horns and Indian chants, industrial beats and shimmering samba grooves -- and that's just "Treme Terra." Elsewhere, otherworldly, acid-washed instrumental tracks and space-age dub-funk ("Doce") cozy up to pop-friendly bossa cuts like "Passarinho." Two albums of this kind of eclecticism can sound a bit samey-samey at first glance (and Arrocha isn't as tight), but closer listens (which Curumin thrives on) unearth plenty of innovative new nuggets.

About This Album

Curumin's third album employs the same whiplash-inducing experimentalism of his fantasy world JapanPopShow. That means bells and whistles, Gypsy horns and Indian chants, industrial beats and shimmering samba grooves -- and that's just "Treme Terra." Elsewhere, otherworldly, acid-washed instrumental tracks and space-age dub-funk ("Doce") cozy up to pop-friendly bossa cuts like "Passarinho." Two albums of this kind of eclecticism can sound a bit samey-samey at first glance (and Arrocha isn't as tight), but closer listens (which Curumin thrives on) unearth plenty of innovative new nuggets.

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About This Album

Curumin's third album employs the same whiplash-inducing experimentalism of his fantasy world JapanPopShow. That means bells and whistles, Gypsy horns and Indian chants, industrial beats and shimmering samba grooves -- and that's just "Treme Terra." Elsewhere, otherworldly, acid-washed instrumental tracks and space-age dub-funk ("Doce") cozy up to pop-friendly bossa cuts like "Passarinho." Two albums of this kind of eclecticism can sound a bit samey-samey at first glance (and Arrocha isn't as tight), but closer listens (which Curumin thrives on) unearth plenty of innovative new nuggets.