Páula, Povoa & Jerge make euphoric and mesmerising dance music that immediately transports you away to sunnier, hotter instances. With their debut EP out subsequent week we caught up with the trio to seek out out 5 tracks which have influenced them.
Completely setting the tone for the EP, the titular single ‘Primavera’ exudes a shimmering, light magic. Ethereal, wistful vocals intertwine with dreamy, hovering 80s synth-fuelled electronica and celestial chiming piano melodies, crafting a blissful and immersive sonic escapism.
Fashioned of producer Jules Rosset aka Povoa, vocalist Páula, and Jerge (who additionally performs in Christine & The Queens’ dwell band), the trio mixed produce a sublimely harmonious artistic synergy, as their Primavera EP goes to point out.
Talking on the EP Páula says “This EP is a declaration of affection and a tribute to my origins in Brazil. It explores Transatlantic loves, how I arrived within the wild metropolis, and the spirit of carnival that’s nonetheless in me.”
Get to know Páula, Povoa and Jerge In 5…
MC Carol Meu Namorado e maior otario
When I discovered Jerge and Povoa, I shortly launched them to MC Carol who’s for me a reference of baile funk in Brazil. They cherished it !!
The sound is old fashioned, the shouting “ai” in repeat clothes the monitor so effectively and the lyrics are stuffed with humor.
What she says in her monitor, 100% Feminista, defines her effectively
« I’m a girl, I’m black, my hair is wiry
Robust, authoritarian and generally fragile, I assume it
My fragility doesn’t diminish my energy »
I like the artist for being an emblem of feminism preventing towards fatphobia and racism. Te amo DJ Carol, you encourage us!
Ilaiyaraaja – Vikram Vikram
This monitor is stuffed with candor, humour and innocence. A great deal of surprises with very completely different boards. Easy Roland TR-707 recorded, loopy stereo, not overproduced, making you’re feeling gentle, free, and joyful !
Hip Hop Miss S
I’ve been listening to that one lots whereas engaged on the EP, it’s a monitor written in 84 by French producers JP Massiera, Bernard Torelli et Patrick Chobert. Though the singer isn’t credited I really like the fragility of her voice and her French accent, there’s one thing true in her unprofessional strategy to sings, like she’s speaking with somebody as an alternative of performing.
Lena platonos – bloody shadows from afar
This monitor has a selected temper. A chilling vibe on a suspense temper with a really loud blended voice. The theme jogs my memory the melody of Goldeneye 007. She tells a historical past near us, it’s not a music, however a second. I’ve been impressed from this vibe for Doido.
666 – Alarma
It’s the primary single of a German digital music duo, launched in 97.
Curiously the vocals are in Spanish and Italian. The groove of that monitor is terrific, there’s one thing dumb within the trumpet riff and the diabolic temper that I really like.
Primavera is out October thirtieth on Moshi Moshi Information. Pre-order right here.