Trendenz was highly surprised by both the song and the video “Oração” by A Banda Mais Bonita da Cidade, one of the best bands to emerge from the Brazilian music scene. The song was a huge succes and weeks after its realease on Youtube more than one million people had watched this video on that platform.
Today, September 29, Madrid is hosting the so-called Youfest, the Festival for the Youtube Genereation which began yesterday and ended with Primal Scream. Today’s shows feature Buraka Som Sistema and Underworld, along with A Banda Mais Bonita da Cidade who will be performing their most iconic tracks, most of them a well succeeded reinterpretation of Brazilian songs from some of the country’s most talented composers.
After Madrid it will Lisbon’s turn to see them once again on October 4 at Sala TMN and to listen live songs like “Solitária” a song of both despair and hope, the funny “Mimimi” and the eternal classic Oração, among others.
David Bowie celebrates 66 years and instead of waiting for us to give him a birthday present, which we would be delighted to, he decided to give his fans not one but three presents. As of today those who love and cherish the man, or simply admire him, will have a new DavidBowie.com site with a great deal of material, and 119 countries can pre-order both the new single “What have we now” and the new album “The Next Day” on iTunes, an album to be released worldwide in tow months. 10 years after his last recording Bowie is back in force and in style. The month of March promises to be a full one with the release of the new album and the big exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London from March to July covering a fair deal of Bowie’s career and collaborations with the world of art with hundreds of objects on display. As for its 30th studio recording “The Next Day” was produced by Tony Visconti, the man who has worked with him in numerous records in his career. The album features 14 songs. The is also a deluxe version available with three more songs. David Bowie, who has been living in the last two decades in New York hasn’t unveiled so far any plans to go on tour. But considering the press buzz, the exhibitions and the good reception of the new single, it is expected that the man who sold 130 million albums will take to a stage soon somewhere in the planet. Meanwhole listen to the new single and check the new site www.DavidBowie.com where you can listen the new single, new versions of old songs and new material supplied by the man who was one of the first musicians to start exploring the huge potential of the Internet.