In the great tradition of Brazilians making totally freaky music that people just might catch up to in a decade or so, Ramiro Musotto fuses organic percussion, electronic sequences, disassembled pop, left-field samples and a severe sense of musical disorientation into a wholly unique album. Tracks like "Botellero" and "Caminho" fly by in a haze of fractured familiarity; the rest of the album is built on largely homogenic beats that are accented by a dizzying array of multi-ethnic touches and Musotto's millennium-jumping style.
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