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New York City

by Brazilian Girls

New York City by Brazilian Girls

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New York City

by Brazilian Girls

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Label: Verve Forecast
The Brazilian Girls are painting with a darker palette these days -- less "pussy marijuana" and more Escape From New York, even a hint of Radiohead in there -- but New York City glows with all the allure that a decadent society can produce. As Sabina Sciubba sings (sounding more like Marlene Dietrich than ever), you can see the rain-slicked streets, the dark glow of streetlights, the heady rush of the city. She navigates between tongues -- German, Spanish, French, English -- as if she's dodging traffic, while the band's cabaret-meets-rave aesthetic sounds better than ever.

About This Album

The Brazilian Girls are painting with a darker palette these days -- less "pussy marijuana" and more Escape From New York, even a hint of Radiohead in there -- but New York City glows with all the allure that a decadent society can produce. As Sabina Sciubba sings (sounding more like Marlene Dietrich than ever), you can see the rain-slicked streets, the dark glow of streetlights, the heady rush of the city. She navigates between tongues -- German, Spanish, French, English -- as if she's dodging traffic, while the band's cabaret-meets-rave aesthetic sounds better than ever.

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About This Album

The Brazilian Girls are painting with a darker palette these days -- less "pussy marijuana" and more Escape From New York, even a hint of Radiohead in there -- but New York City glows with all the allure that a decadent society can produce. As Sabina Sciubba sings (sounding more like Marlene Dietrich than ever), you can see the rain-slicked streets, the dark glow of streetlights, the heady rush of the city. She navigates between tongues -- German, Spanish, French, English -- as if she's dodging traffic, while the band's cabaret-meets-rave aesthetic sounds better than ever.