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«ESM has marked identity, sound itself and even when calls disparate references, not incur the arbitrariness and the typical self-indulgence very postmodern project ... It is well worth spending an hour from eternity share it fit in with these ´pirouettes of drunkards´» by José Carlos Fernandes @ TimeOut -. Port

This time in TimeOut magazine - Porto.

The 13th disc prolific stamp Stamp Holder Jazz marks the debut of yet another permutation of the many talents of the association Porta-Jazz, an octet whose statement asserts intentions that" the concept of an aesthetic line as a unifying element of the project disappears, giving way to the Super Ensemble Moderne is identified precisely by not taking advantage of any music in particular. " If it were true auguraria not anything good, but fortunately the ESM has marked identity, sound itself and even when calls disparate references, does not incur in arbitrariness and in typical self-indulgence of much postmodern project. If the influences are many and jostle unceremoniously (especially in "Modern"), there is a unifying element that is the mood: the rhythmic jolts of "La Capricciosa", the spoken word of "The Dreary life of Pugnacious Cacti" (which unravels the story of a loser doomed to a life of misfortune), to "Regui" which could be the soundtrack of a prom night in a home, there is always a mocking tone, a healthy disregard for decorum, a willingness to sabotage expectations. But note that the ESM can be extravagant, but never blockhead: his insanity is strictly planned - sufficient heed the sophistication of "The Last Song 2013".
Said wryly, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, "And as it became boring to be modern now will be eternal." This truculent octet Porto, wanting to avoid all the trance be boring but not aspiring to eternity, chose to be super-modern. It is well worth spending an hour of eternity to share it fit in with these "pirouettes of drunkards. »
By José Carlos Fernandes in TimeOut - Port

 
   
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