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Powered by Audioscrobbler™From Fortaleza, Maquinas started in 2013, with members Allan Dias, Roberto Borges, Ricardo Lins, Gabriel de Sousa and Yuri Costa. Renowned for the free improvisation in their performances and their enigmatic and mysterious atmosphere, the sound flows somewhere between the noisy and the melodic, an investigation of many musical genres – punk, dub, jazz, electronica, atonal music – creating melancholic and energetic songs in a single blow .

The group features in their discography an EP ("self-titled" released in 2014), the first full album ("Lado Turvo, Lugares Inquietos", released in 2016) and the latest release, the second album "O Cão de Toda Noite", released in October 2019. Over the span of six years since Maquinas was formed, its songs and performances have caught the attention and triggered the curiosity of new listeners outside Fortaleza.

The release of the first album led the band to make their first tour in the northeast (in 2016) and southeast regions of Brazil (in 2017), as well as having received invitations to perform in important venues of the Brazilian alternative music scene, having performed, for example, at the Feira da Música (2016), Maloca Dragão Festival (2017 and 2018) and at the São Paulo Cultural Center/CCSP (2018). With the recent release of their second album, the band now plans to be able to perform even more in 2020, and in even more diverse venues inside and outside the country.
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