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Indigo - Gui Boratto - Abaporu (CD, Album)

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  1. Review: Regular roamer around the Kompakt savannah Gui Boratto drops some more of that upfront tech-house business, rendered crisp and punchy by the lofty production values and hitting all the right buttons for a release that is likely to rock many a sizable crowd."Too Late" is a slow burning number with a throbbing electro bassline and female vocal hooks, ably slipping into more techy terrain.
  2. Artist: Gui Boratto Album: Abaporu Released: Style: Electronic Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC Size: Mb Read the rest of this entry» Gui Boratto – III () Posted by whisperseekershagrelmalamuro.xyzinfo On November - 29 - Artist: Gui Boratto Album: III .
  3. Find Gui Boratto credit information on AllMusic. Find Gui Boratto credit information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Abaporu: Gui Boratto: Primary Artist, Composer, Guitar, Piano, Producer, Programming, Vocals [2 CD/DVD] Primary Artist: Systematic Colours, Vol. 2: Marc Romboy: Composer, Primary Artist.
  4. 7 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gui Boratto - Abaporu at Discogs. Complete your Gui Boratto collection/5(79).
  5. Gui Boratto returns with his third full-length album, a characteristically chord-heavy exploration into the techno meets trance world that best exemplifies the Brazilian producer. Expanding on the brooding atmospheres of twisting synths and mechanical percussion that Boratto has touched upon in previous releases, Boratto creates a long player.
  6. News Added Sep 10, Electronic Pioneer Gui Boratto is back with his fourth LP 'Abaporu' set for release on 29th September. Submitted By Akbar Source.
  7. In September, Kompakt will put out Boratto’s fourth studio LP, Abaporu. The album promises to be something of a cross-cultural fusion, offering pieces where “European and indigenous influences.
  8. September · Write a comment · Categories: Album Reviews · Tags: album reviews There’s a fantastic amount of great electronic music coming out of South America at the moment and here we’ve got Brazilian Gui Boratto, once a member of the band Sect, adding to that output with his album Abaporu.

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