Brazilian Girls

Genres: Dance Electronic & Ambient Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 2000s

Biography

Formed in New York in 2003 the four founder members of Brazilian Girls met at Nublu, an arts community located in New York’s Lower East Side, where musicians, DJs, poets, painters and others meet and exchange ideas. The four were Sabina Sciubba (Rome, Italy; vocals), Didi Gutman (b. Buenos Aires, Argentina; keyboards), Jesse Murphy (b. California, USA; bass), and Aaron Johnston (b. Kansas, USA; drums). Sciubba, who enjoyed some 90s recording success in duo with guitarist Antonio Forcione, sings in Italian, Spanish, English, German, French (she was raised in Munich and Nice). The Brazilian Girls quickly gained an international following and among tour destinations in the early 00s were Zurich in Switzerland, Heidelberg, Berlin and Munich in Germany, Vienna in Austria, Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Atlantic City, New York City and an appearance at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, in the USA. One of the group’s songs,...

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