This is a past event.
The beat comes from rock and the dance floor, the melody could be taken from a pop song, and the harmonic constructions have elements from both classical and traditional Portuguese music, but the format is that of electric jazz, played with a quite uncommon line-up: a MIDI accordion that sounds like a Fender Rhodes, a MiniMoog, two guitars, a vibraphone, a bass and drums. Barradas’ composition for the sextet is meticulous, leaving room for improvisation, but always placing emphasis on the group as a whole. Home’s syncopated, bouncy and restless music leaves us on the very edge of our seats.
Mané Fernandes, Gonçalo Neto