Jucara Marcal

Delta Estacio Blues

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MAIS047LP

On Delta Estácio Blues, São-Paulo-based singer, composer and actor, Juçara Marçal delivers an electric, unflinching take on contemporary Brazil where samba, tropicalia and maracatu are reimagined via hip-hop production techniques.
Tracklisting
A1. Vi de Relance a Coroa
A2. Sem Cais
A3. Delta Estácio Blues
A4. Ladra
A5. Crash
A6. Baleia
B1. La Femme à Barbe + Oi, Cat
B2. Lembranças Que Guardei (ft. Fernando Catatau)
B3. Corpus Christi
B4. Iyalode Mbè Mbè
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On Delta Estácio Blues, São-Paulo-based singer, composer and actor, Juçara Marçal delivers an electric, unflinching take on contemporary Brazil where samba, tropicalia and maracatu are reimagined via hip-hop production techniques. Created under an oppressive political climate as Brazil suffered from the pandemic, pain, anguish, chaos and anger run through Delta Estácio Blues. Co-produced by Marçal with fellow Metá Metá founder Kiko Dinucci the album was partly inspired by Danny Brown’s 2017 leftfield rap masterwork ‘Atrocity Exhibition’.
For fans of:
Metá Metá, Moor Mother, Kiko Dinucci, Damon Locks, Neneh Cherry
“Melding industrial 808s with melodic softness, Marçal weaves disparate strands into a playful and powerful whole.”
The Guardian, Global Album Of The Month
“A powerful balancing act between beauty and terror throughout” The Wire
“Delta Estácio Blues is a major LP…a cohesive and fiery statement” The Quietus

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Weight250 g
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Delta Estacio Blues

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Catalog #

MAIS047LP

Release Format

Vinyl

Release Type

Single

Format Description

LP

Release Date

May 27, 2022

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