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With this dreamy collection of soothing lullabies and playful ballads, the supergroup formed by singer/producer Marisa Monte, percussionist Carlinhos Brown, and former Titas member Arnaldo Antunes has proved once and for all that Brazilian music has moved forward beyond the shadows of the seminal tropicalia movement. Favoring a subtle, understated compositional environment, the members of the trio clearly relish each other's company. Their voices come together harmoniously, with a handful of guest musicians adding minimal touches of piano and guitar. From the anthemic declaration of purpose "Carnavalia" to the uplifting charm of the bouncy "Passe Em Casa" and the peaceful aura that permeate the Christmas song "Mary Cristo," the moods here offer an antidote to the unapologetic aggressiveness of most contemporary music. "Tribalistas" is more than just the best Brazilian album of the year. It is also an instant classic, a musical message of hope and a joy to listen to from beginning to end. --Ernesto Lechner

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With this dreamy collection of soothing lullabies and playful ballads, the supergroup formed by singer/producer Marisa Monte, percussionist Carlinhos Brown, and former Titas member Arnaldo Antunes has proved once and for all that Brazilian music has moved forward beyond the shadows of the seminal tropicalia movement. Favoring a subtle, understated compositional environment, the members of the trio clearly relish each other's company. Their voices come together harmoniously, with a handful of guest musicians adding minimal touches of piano and guitar. From the anthemic declaration of purpose "Carnavalia" to the uplifting charm of the bouncy "Passe Em Casa" and the peaceful aura that permeate the Christmas song "Mary Cristo," the moods here offer an antidote to the unapologetic aggressiveness of most contemporary music. "Tribalistas" is more than just the best Brazilian album of the year. It is also an instant classic, a musical message of hope and a joy to listen to from beginning to end. --Ernesto Lechner

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129Online Journals
1000Specialties Represented
246KArticles Published
1.4 BilArticle Views and Downloads
118KOn Board Editors
90Days Average Review Time
International Distribution of Frontiers' Editors
Editor's Affiliations: Top 20
  • University of California System
  • 1617
  • CNRS
  • 1199
  • University of Texas System
  • 913
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 888
  • Harvard University
  • 862
  • State University System of Florida
  • 682
  • INSERM
  • 661
  • National Institutes of Health
  • 645
  • Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
  • 638
  • Italian National Research Council (CNR)
  • 591
  • Helmholtz Assoc. of Research Centres (HZ)
  • 503
  • Universidade de São Paulo
  • 501
  • Sapienza University of Rome
  • 501
  • University College London
  • 486
  • Stanford University
  • 379
  • University of Toronto
  • 377
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • 367
  • Cornell University
  • 353
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • 350
  • Max Planck Society (MPG)
  • 343