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Discography

  • Misantropicalia - (2004)  
  • Sangrou - (2007)  
  • Bad Trip Simulator #2 - EP - (2010)
  • Bad Trip Simulator #1 - (2011)  
  • Bad Trip Simulator #3 - (2013)  
  • Badtriptych - (2014) Recopilación
  • Mó Bad - (2015) LP vinilo

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • Bad Trip Simulator #2 - EP - (2010)

 

RC  - Guitars

LUPA - Drums and percussion

MUNHA - Bass

 

Guest musicians:

MARCELO VARGUES - Trumpets

EDUARDO SANTANA - Trumpets

FLÁVIO RUBENS - Clarinet

HIDEKI - Cavaquinho

DJ COCHLAR - Keyboards

CHEFE KOSINSKI - Additional percussion

LAURO MONTANA - Spoken words

 

Members featured in the album

  • Bad Trip Simulator #1 - (2011)  

 

RC  - Guitars

LUPA - Drums and percussion

MUNHA - Bass

 

Guest musicians:

HIDEKI - Cavaquinho

ED-SAN - Trumpet

 

Members featured in the album

  • Bad Trip Simulator #3 - (2013)  

 

RC  - Guitars

LUPA - Drums and percussion

MUNHA - Bass

 

Guest musicians:

HIDEKI - Cavaquinho

ED-SAN - Trumpet

 

 

Biography

Not satanic, not samba and not a trio, this avant-garde group plays a fascinating deconstruction of all rules Brazilian Popular Music (MPB in Portuguese) established over the years. Their instrumentation is as varied as the styles they incorporate into their music.

In their first works, "Misantropicalia" and "Sangrou", the group (lead by bassist and composer Munha) gave a few first hints of what the project might be, attacking vividly the samba-rock (and several other) musical structures. In their following works, all entitled "Bad Trip Simulator" (#2, #1 and #3, respectively), a kind of decomposition of Brazilian structures in three movements was made. In fact, they've called it the "Putrefaction Trilogy" to establish with precision the goal of the group - this time, together with the samba and MPB recompositions, the sounds of Northeastern Brazil were also rethinked and played.

If "Satan" means originally in semitic languages "the enemy", the one to stand against and so forth, Satanique Samba Trio is the Satan of Brazilian popular music.

Original and eerie, this band will be of interest to fans of bands like Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Doctor Nerve and other Avant-Rock bands.

 

 

Information

* Satanique samba trio oficial site