Rhymes, chords and roots are the key ingredients of this trio and of their new reality, not only musical but cultural.
Music recital. Jazz whispers. Africa. Funky air. The simplicity of a song.
Their first recording, Casa Nua, honors the verses of Ana Patricio (Lisbon). The name of this repertoire is because of its central poem, the dance between the sun and the moon, the darkness and the light that we all have.
This music-show portrays other topics like the motherhood, freedom, introspection, the class fights and life contemplation.
The care of the acoustic, the lyrics and the relation between the band members make of this project a feeling tasting.
Finding the members for this journey was easy, the junction was done.
Mu, Guinea Bissau musician settled in Spain, is a poet and a everlasting learner. He has been involved in this new experience: extract musical notes from the verses, give music to poetry.
Luisa Brito, Bass jazzplayer, born in Mozambique, grew up in Portugal. She has internalized the African spirit.
Jesus Maneru, Spanish drummer and percussionist, is pure flamenco. His roots makes him understand the meaning of the word Spanish folk.