Boogarins, “Lucifernandis”

Dayna Evans

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When psych rock is sung in Portuguese, there could be nothing more beautiful or authentic-feeling—from the Brazilian influence of Tropicália and the world of poetic Latin longing that spins beneath its subtle, yearning tones, this is psych rock that finally has a heart again. The American tradition may be to manipulate psych songs with a drug-addled lean, but Boogarins have taken something that we would once zone out to and made it poetry beyond poetry. In the debut track from the Brazilian duo-to-foursome, there is a lightness and a soul that floats high above the homegrown simple tom beats and wah-ed guitar solos. It's fuzzy but sharp with references to nature and its brethren; we can see the colors dancing and they're lulling their way from the South to the North.

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Boogarins have just signed to Other Music Recording Co and will release their debut record, As Plantas Que Curam, on October 1.

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