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Pop rock and ukulele from Brazil : Les Pops

04 2010

A band that is new to me, Les Pops from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil : I’ve just discovered some great pop-rock songs featuring the ukulele and all this in Portuguese!

The band Les Pops are : Thiago Anthunes on vocals, ukulele and banjo, Rodrigo Bittencourt on guitar and vocals, Daniel Lopes on vocals and guitarraxo and Raphael Rapreto on drums.

Guitarraxo? I’ll give you the band’s definition of it :

a guitar with “octave”, an effects pedal that makes the instrument sound much more serious than normal.

Les Pops performing Esmalte

Another song performed by Thiago Anthunes from Les Pops, Salto Agulha.

Check out their MySpace for more songs.

Divirtam se!

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2 Comments »

  1. Bossarocker on the 5th of August 2010 @ 12:55

    Welcome back, Armelle. It’s good to have you back.

  2. Armelle Europe on the 5th of August 2010 @ 18:31

    Bossa : Thanks Lou, it’s good to be back and to hear from you.

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