Saturday, October 28, 2006
News Bulletin (PT)

Jesus, The Misunderstood are to release Thinking Too Much Increases the Risk of Smoking, the follow-up to Loving in July, Dying in August.

Miguel Pereira, Luis Nunes, Pedro Giro, Manuel Dias and Tiago Sousa continue delivering us superb indie rock, folk influenced pop songs with a flavour to The Velvet Underground or even the Beach Boys.

For now, they offer us the magnificent Oh no and April. These two tracks can be found at their MySpace.

Catch them live at

11 Nov. @ Sociedade Guilherme Cossoul, Lisbon, together with Noiserv
15 Dec. @ Mercado Negro, Aveiro, together with Goodbye Toulouse
16 Dec. @ Whisky Bar, Braga, together with Goodbye Toulouse


Watch out!!! One of 2006's most expected albums is to hit the stores soon.

A. Henriques (on vocals and guitar), C. Guerreiro (on bass), H. Morais (on drum), P. Geraldes (on guitar) and S. Lemos (on guitar) are Linda Martini. Olhos de Mongol, is their first album after the debut 4 track EP. Expect no less than pure rock, with a touch of punk, perfectly sung in Portuguese.


Listen to Cronografo, the first single out of Olhos de Mongol.

Get to know some more of their music right here.



Armando Teixeira is back with another project of his. This time, this gifted artist brings us A Grande Mentira, thought to hit the stores this November.

With guests Joana Mateus, Paulo Souza, Silvie C and DJ Nel Assassin, Balla takes us to the world of pop music with delicate electronic beats, to the world of red neon light cabarets, blinking an eye to la chanson francaise.

Grab a cigar, put on your black long jacket, and come outside to the dark foggy night.

Serge Gainsbourg, Roxy Music, Leonard Cohen,.... they all inhabit in this planet called Balla.

Here the video for O Fim da Luta, the first single out of A Grande Mentira.
posted by SKL @ 8:45 AM  
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