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There have been small music revolutions everywhere although not many were aware of them. This tale is about one of these moments in Brazil where we've seen great inventive music and artists slowly get forgotten and then overlooked from our general pop history. It consists of a period of time that spans from its beginning in to Our post punk scene represents more or less Brazil's musical answer to other well-known similar moments in pop history.
Hell flowed through its sweaty mixed saunas to its brothels, drive-ins, parks and cheap motels. The inferno was everywhere. The city kept collapsing through their lines. Therefore, not every youngster would have access to new records produced outside Brazil. Some would say, and I personally share this opinion, that such difficulties contributed to truly liberate some of our acts to find their own identity.
In other words, it was all about the city, its internal politics and a great deal of aesthetics. Needless to say that over there we were all misfits under the sun, therefore also tourists at home! Here are some facts. After living for some time in New York, by the late 70's where he worked as a barman, Julio used to check out the No Wave scene via Arto Lindsay. Gang 90 had dozens of different line-ups and would bring together a number of local musicians and pre-scenesters during their period of activity.
Moreover the band was an extremely fashion-conscious outfit and served as a platform for Julio's advocacy of the concept of Antropophagy our idea of cultural cannibalism as a positive force for transformation in the arts, in other words, our way of 'eating' from other cultures to produce new work.
Not to mention that Rio's bands were all signed to major record labels and had their first albums released with a good distribution around the country. Fortunately, Gang 90 e as Absurdettes ended up getting signed to a major record label too. By , they had a delicious tropical new wave hit around Brazil named Louco Amor Crazy love , thanks to its insertion on the opening of an 8 o'clock soap opera which shared the same title of the Gang's track.