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AN MP3 BLOG ABOUT BRAZILIAN MUSIC, DANCE, CULTURE, AND PEOPLE IN NEW YORK CITY
{música popular brasileira + samba + beijinhos gostosos + forró + baile funk + capoeira + tesão + bossa nova + balanço + chorinho + beleza + tropicália + o jeitinho brasileiro +orixas + maracatu + frevo + carnaval + nova iorque + saudades do brasil = the brazilian muse}

sábado, março 03, 2007

Brazilian Beat Brooklyn: Carnaval vs Mardi Gras


Carnaval 2007
Originally uploaded by OLD SKOOL Cora.
Tomorrow, Sunday March 4th, I'll be seeing you all for a little Carnaval celebration (never mind that the actual Carnaval already happened and we're now in the season of Lent). My favorite DJs in the whole wide world, Greg Caz and Sean Marquand, are doing their yearly Carnaval party and here's how Time Out NY magazine describes it:
Sean Marquand and Greg Caz (who have just released an edifying new compilation on the Mr. Bongo label) spin vintage Brazilian music--plenty of bossa nova and samba, along with the country’s funk, soul and rock--at Williamsburg hangout Black Betty’s long-running Sunday-night affair. Tonight, the crew are celebrating the Brazilian Carnaval season (a little late, but what the heck) by going toe-to-toe with the equally unpunctual Big Easy proponents Gerald McBoing Boing and Monk One in a party-time soundclash. Go to brazilianbeatbrooklyn.com for more info.
Black Betty, 366 Metropolitan Ave. at Havemeyer, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
L train to Lorimer / G train to Metropolitan
FREE

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