Andreia Dias | Vol. 1

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Vol. 1

by Andreia Dias

Rated ★★★★: Rolling Stone Magazine BR (Marcus Preto) (...) astonishing. If this album became a reference, Brazilian music’s future would be brilliant.
Genre: Rock: Latin Rock
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1. Asas
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2. Bode
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3. Homem
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4. Seu Retrato
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5. O Fio da Comunicação
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6. Vampiro Tupiniquim
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7. Veia Urbana
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8. Madrugada
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9. Libido
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10. Não Mais Que um Dia
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11. Linfa Ácida
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Album Notes
Rated ★★★ 1/2: DownBeat Magazine (Peter Margasak)
The best tracks deliver her pretty, twisting melodies with assuredly subdued, whispery singing over jagged yet spare instrumental arrangements that skim bits of rock, reggae and funk.

Rated ★★★★: Rolling Stone Magazine BR (Marcus Preto)
(...) astonishing. If this album became a reference, Brazilian music’s future would be brilliant.




Andreia Dias is one of the most original Brazilian singer-songwriters of this generation. Her intriguing melodies and sharp lyrics make her music different from anything else. Her live performances with her band have been captivating audiences around Brazil.

Known for her part at DonaZica and Banda Glória, Andreia has just released her much awaited solo debut; Vol. 1 strikes us with 11 songs (all composed by Andreia; 2 together with Iara Rennó) performed by Gui Kastrup (drums), Marcelo Jeneci (keyboard), Luque Barros (bass) and Fernando Catatau (guitar).

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