It's hard to deny the influence that Brazilian music and culture have had on contemporary artists, across all genres. But what is it specifically about Brazil that makes its sounds pop up regularly in the music that we love? Thievery Corporation's Rob Garza and Trails and Ways' Keith Brower-Brown guest on this episode, and weigh-in on how the sound and culture of Brazil has affected them and their music, as we take you through a deep dive into "The Sounds of Brazil."
The Sounds of Brazil
Jorge Ben Jor - "Comanche"
Black Eyed Peas - "Fallin' Up"
Elis Regina & Tom Jobim - "Aguas de Março"
Thievery Corporation - "So Com Voçe"
Thievery Corporation - "Mañha"
Astrud Gilberto - "Berimbau"
Cut Chemist - "The Garden"
Sergio Mendes Trio - "Berimbau"
J-Live - "Don't Play"
Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto - "The Girl From Ipanema"
Diplo - "Percão/Diplo Rhythm"
M.I.A. - "Bucky Done Gun"
Furacão 2000 - "Mengão 2000"
Trails and Ways - "Terezinha"
Trails and Ways - "Nunca"
Seu Jorge - "Life On Mars (David Bowie cover in Portuguese)"
Baio - "Endless Rhythm (Noise Pop Podcast opening/closing track)"