Priscilla Ermel – Campo Dos Sonhos (1992) [new-age, tribal-ambient]

Quarto álbum da compositora, musicista e pesquisadora Priscilla Ermel, lançado em 1992.


1. Campo de Sonhos 00:00
2. Folia do Divino 06:28
3. Cristal de Fogo 14:01
4. Andares 22:27
5. Voo Solitário 25:44
6. Origens da Luz 27:43
7. Corpo de Vento 30:28

Composições e arranjos de Priscilla Ermel

Priscilla Ermel: teclados, sintetizadores, violoncelo, violão, viola caipira, viola de cocho, orẽ orẽ (flauta da etnia Cinta Larga), kalimba, ocarina, chirimía, flauta nepalesa, dilrûba e piano
Valquiria Rosa: berimbau de boca, surdo, bombo leguero, kultrum e piano tamboril na faixa 7
Jorge Peña: berimbau e efeitos na faixa 6; congas, cajón peruano, gongos e pratos na faixa 7
Gilson Duarte: percussão nas faixas 4 e 5
Paulo Egídio Luckmann: violino na faixa 4
Sílvia Beraldo: sax na faixa 5
Madalena Bernardes: voz (lamentos) na faixa 6
Maricenne Costa: voz (coro e pássaros) na faixa 6
Adriana Maresca: voz (coro) na faixa 6
Demetrius “Dema” Koumendouros: teclado na faixa 7

Capa: água-forte de Neusa Rainho Ticianelli

Info: canal primalves

3 Coletâneas de Rock Brasileiro (shoegaze, post-rock, noise, etc): Brazilian Noisy Poetry Makers, Volumes 1-3 (2011)

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Tracklist Vol. 1:
01 “Thinkin On The Road” Seven2nine
02 “31st Floor” The Tamborines
03 “Airport Scene” FireFriend
04 “Autumn Nights” The Dead Superstars
05 “Sister” Wry
06 “Refratário” Bela Infanta
07 “80 Comes” Top Surprise
08 “Nunca Nunca” Lê Almeida
09 “Bury My Heart In Warsaw” Lautmusik
10 “Pornwave” L.A.B.
11 “Altough I Wish” The Transmission
12 “Young And Fresh” Some Community
13 “Empty Glasses/Full Hearts” I Kill Kane
14 “Hungry Demon” metroidE
15 “300-Megaton Lullaby” Herod Layne
16 “Bac To Life” The Soundscapes
17 “Truce” Hangin Freud
18 “Inside Diamonds” Inverness
19 “Child” Mavka
20 “Suburban Satellites” Blemish
21 “Chagas Adesivas” Viana Moog
22 “Clowns In Flames” Looking For Jenny
23 “Horse Orbinson” Dating Robots
24 “Runaway” Badhoneys
25 “A Collective Exercise Of Panic” Gray Strawberries
26 “All Gone” Loomer
27 “Louvre” Damn Laser Vampires
28 “Brejo Das Almas” Lupe De Lupe”
29 “She Floats” Lavalsa
30 “See The Sky” Neon Night Riders
31 “To Hank” Team.Radio
32 “Black Roof” Yoko 5
brazilian noisy poetry makers vol. 3
Tracklist Vol. 2:
01 Ixtlan Noisetrack “The Waiting Song”
02 Medialunas “Humming”
03 Moldavia “Stop The Broadcasts”
04 The Cigarettes “The Bore”
05 Input_output ” Antes Do Banho Quente”
06 Hierofante Púrpura “A Carta Que Eu Recebi Do Presidente”
07 S.O.M.A. “A Second Before Awakening”
08 Electric Lazybirds “Rainbirds”
09 Hangovers “O senhor Está Despedido”
10 Messias “Books Are Amulets”
11 Sin Ayuda “Country House”
12 Black Sea “Don’t Stay For Too Long”
13 Wallace Costa “Vultures”
14 Duelectrum “Chocolate Love”
15 Jennifer Lo-Fi “Troffea”
16 Copa Do Ar “Days Are Dragged”
17 Mellotrons “Colors To Reind Me”
18 Starfire Connective Sound “Electric Whore”
19 Monstro Motor “I Know”
20 Single Parents “Escape”
21 Sobre A Máquina “Fôlego”
22 Parkplatz “Frontier”
23 The Silent Party “Stalagmite”
24 Electric Mind “Sick”
25 Megadrivers “Soda Cáustica”
26 Alma Mater “Sky Kissing Cowboy”
27 Ruído/MM “Dois”
28 Red Run ” Dead Sound”
29 This Lonely Crowd “Sometimes We Only Start Again”
30 Labirinto “Anatema”
31 Color TV “Necessary Devil”
32 The Baudelaires “She’s A Queen”
brazilian noisy poetry makers vol. 2
Tracklist Vol. 3:
01 “Hiding From The Sun” Planant
02 “Better Than Us” The Voltage
03 “Morning Off (Exit 1)” Drama Beat
04 “Hot Fantasy” Carne de Monstro
05 “About Kings And Queens II” The Sorry Shop
06 “Are You Scared To Get Happy ?” Pale Sunday
07 “Half-less Love” Seamus
08 “Black Grass” AMP
09 “Amor as Putas” Iansã
10 “Everything You Think So Fun” Duyi
11 “Before” Twin Cities
12 “Unimpressed” Driving Music
13 “Curves & Curses” Fragile Arm
14 “Kostroma” Avec Silenzi
15 “Príncipe” Búfalo
16 “Anymore” Where I Belong
17 “Black Snake Rock” Orange Disaster
18 “Anne & Frank” Churrus
19 “Bells” A Red So Deep
20 “Depressurization” Escarlatina Obsessiva
21 “Don’t Mess With My Heart” Mess
22 “Burst” DJ6
23 “Angelica Bela” My MIDI Valentine
24 “I Walked All Over You” Marfusha
25 “Living Room” Superbug
26 “Modern Kidnapper” The Vain
27 “Space And Time” Beatsick Sailors
28 “Hitler Hairdo Attacks!” Serotonina
29 “Sugar Pie” Super Amarelo
30 “Loxhanxha” Dorgas
31 “Para Onde Apontam Seus Móveis” Tape Disaster
32 “Not About You” Modern Walls

Brian Eno, 1 de Janeiro de 2017


The consensus among most of my friends seems to be that 2016 was a terrible year, and the beginning of a long decline into something we don’t even want to imagine.

2016 was indeed a pretty rough year, but I wonder if it’s the end – not the beginning – of a long decline. Or at least the beginning of the end….for I think we’ve been in decline for about 40 years, enduring a slow process of de-civilisation, but not really quite noticing it until now. I’m reminded of that thing about the frog placed in a pan of slowly heating water…

This decline includes the transition from secure employment to precarious employment, the destruction of unions and the shrinkage of workers’ rights, zero hour contracts, the dismantling of local government, a health service falling apart, an underfunded education system ruled by meaningless exam results and league tables, the increasingly acceptable stigmatisation of immigrants, knee-jerk nationalism, and the concentration of prejudice enabled by social media and the internet.

This process of decivilisation grew out of an ideology which sneered at social generosity and championed a sort of righteous selfishness. (Thatcher: “Poverty is a personality defect”. Ayn Rand: “Altruism is evil”). The emphasis on unrestrained individualism has had two effects: the creation of a huge amount of wealth, and the funnelling of it into fewer and fewer hands. Right now the 62 richest people in the world are as wealthy as the bottom half of its population combined. The Thatcher/Reagan fantasy that all this wealth would ‘trickle down’ and enrich everybody else simply hasn’t transpired. In fact the reverse has happened: the real wages of most people have been in decline for at least two decades, while at the same time their prospects – and the prospects for their children – look dimmer and dimmer. No wonder people are angry, and turning away from business-as-usual government for solutions. When governments pay most attention to whoever has most money, the huge wealth inequalities we now see make a mockery of the idea of democracy. As George Monbiot said: “The pen may be mightier than the sword, but the purse is mightier than the pen”.

Last year people started waking up to this. A lot of them, in their anger, grabbed the nearest Trump-like object and hit the Establishment over the head with it. But those were just the most conspicuous, media-tasty awakenings. Meanwhile there’s been a quieter but equally powerful stirring: people are rethinking what democracy means, what society means and what we need to do to make them work again. People are thinking hard, and, most importantly, thinking out loud, together. I think we underwent a mass disillusionment in 2016, and finally realised it’s time to jump out of the saucepan.

This is the start of something big. It will involve engagement: not just tweets and likes and swipes, but thoughtful and creative social and political action too. It will involve realising that some things we’ve taken for granted – some semblance of truth in reporting, for example – can no longer be expected for free. If we want good reporting and good analysis, we’ll have to pay for it. That means MONEY: direct financial support for the publications and websites struggling to tell the non-corporate, non-establishment side of the story. In the same way if we want happy and creative children we need to take charge of education, not leave it to ideologues and bottom-liners. If we want social generosity, then we must pay our taxes and get rid of our tax havens. And if we want thoughtful politicians, we should stop supporting merely charismatic ones.

Inequality eats away at the heart of a society, breeding disdain, resentment, envy, suspicion, bullying, arrogance and callousness. If we want any decent kind of future we have to push away from that, and I think we’re starting to.

There’s so much to do, so many possibilities. 2017 should be a surprising year.

– Brian