Boogarins bring their psychedelic blues-based guitar lines and dazzling supernova synths bumping rhythms back to the capital for their biggest show to date after selling out Corsica Studios last year.
Ever since Boogarins released their 2015 sophomore album Manual Ou Guia Livre De Dissolução Dos Sonhos, their first in a professional recording studio, the Brazilian band has become masters of off-centre psychedelia.
Their 2017 effort Lá Vem A Morte, which translates to “here comes death” found the four-piece adding found sounds and electronic flourishes to their already heavily-textured rock arrangements. But on their latest, Sombrou Dúvida, released May 10, their wonderfully weird and adventurous songs open up, revealing some of the most mesmerizing fun psych-rock happening right now.
Opening the show will be Clémentine March; musically trained in Brazil, she writes songs and instrumentals that cross language and genre borders, mashing raw rock sounds, pastoral pop compositions and Brazilian influences.