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Amelie et les singes bleues/Pernambahia

  • Drom taberna 458 Queen Street West Toronto, ON, M5V 2A8 Canada (map)

6:30pm Amelie et les singes bleues

Cutting their musical teeth on Toronto’s club scene, ALSB built a following reinterpreting French classic as seen through a kaleidoscope of other influences. Edith Piaf sitting in with a slow jam rhythm section, Jacque Brel having a bar brawl with Tom Waits… this is the sound that the band has been celebrated for – and won awards for, including the prestigious Coup De Foudre 2012 and Coup de coeur des Médias Trille Or 2017. It is a sound that has thrilled audiences across Canada.

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10pm Carlinhos

Pernambahia is a traditional forró pé de serra group that features Carlos Cardozo on guitar and vocals, Patrick Albernaz on accordion and Dijerdam on zabumteria (a classic forró combination of zabumba, hi-hat, triangle, bass drum, congas and jam blocks).

Forró is a party originated and typical of Northeastern Region of Brazil. It encompasses various dance types as well as a number of different musical genres. [Their music genres and dances have gained widespread popularity in all regions of Brazil. 

Forró pé-de-serra, also known as traditional forró, is the expression used to designate the most traditional styles (xote, baião and rastapé), which have as a characteristic instruments the accordion, zabumba and triangle, unlike the more “stylized” styles which use electric instruments, such as electronic forró.


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