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Armchair Travel: Shake Your Groove Thing

by Lola (Akinmade) Åkerström Mar 21, 2009
From funky bossa nova remixes to reggae-infused carimbó beats, “hippe-hoppe” in Brazil to psychedelic Amazonian surf rock, we bring you the latest sounds from South America.

TO FIND OUT WHAT people are truly grooving to in Brazil these days, Julie Schwietert heads down to this vibrant country to round up a list of artists such as Marcelo D2, Alceu Valenca, and Siba E a Fuloresta, whose sounds are currently permeating its airwaves.

Next up is Chile where Matt Dillinger introduces us to the freshest grooves – the politically-charged melodies of Inti-Illimani, the retro-pop tunes of Los Bunkers and the emotion-laden, vibrating wails of Lucybell.

Want to check them out yourself? Pick up some of their CDs below.

What People are Listening to in… Brazil


What People are Listening to in… Chile


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