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Marcela Dias Sindaco
Cidade Fantasma

Cidade Fantasma
Cidade FantasmaCidade Fantasma

Catno

FRS024

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Oct 23, 2023

Styles

Electro

Cidade Fantasma Marcela Dias Sindaco Fixed Rhythms - FRS024

In 2022, Fixed Rhythms released Marcela Dias Sindaco’s “Rio de Janeiro 3025 EP”. Now the label is proud to welcome her back for a brand new 10 track sequel entitled “Cidade Fantasma”. Vintage synths borrowed from her father, her icy but inviting spoken Portuguese lyrics, her characteristically straight to the point and funky yet mysterious electro…it’s all woven together in this brilliant exhibit of an artist who hears dance music in a singular way and who masterfully delivers her vision to the listener. All you need are your ears. The moment of understanding is instantaneous when you listen.

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A1

Jornada Nas Estrelas

A2

Cão Maldito

A3

A Pista

A4

Prisão

A5

Esquece A Sorte

B1

Você Entendeu

B2

Televisão (feat. Brine)

B3

Ratos De Porão

B4

Aparências

B5

SIP

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