Homem Invisível

Homem Invisível

 São Paulo, São Paulo, BRA
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Biography

It's hard to imagine a universe more fragmented than the music from the 2000s. Possibly a mixture of facts. Like any mixture, not easy to analyze. That might be a start to explain the collision of styles and sounds of Homem Invisível.

Sometimes country music appears, almost accidentally, in its most modern shape - the trendy alt country - where traditional North American sound was updated, changing the boots by vans and all-stars.

There is also an inevitable latin presence, after all, Caio, Parra, Tiago, André e Turco are brazilians, jaded by Arnaldo Baptista and others, much more on vision than on the style.

The first album was released in 2009 by Monga Records (label owned by John Erbetta, better known as Paco Garcia, from the trio Los Pirata) in partnership with Capitão Mu Records. Homem Invisível has earned the attention of critics and audiences after a three months season in Sao Paulo, at Sub Pub, where the band played to interested, curious, casual fans of psy-trance and other figures, who gave confidence to the quartet.

In 2010, Homem Invisivel went for a tour throughout Sao Paulo’s countryside and released the single "2x1", with remixes and other experimentations. Something that could sound strange for some, but for Homem Invisível is part of everyday life .

Discography

Homem Invisível - Homem Invisível - 2009
Homem Invisível - 2X1 Single - 2010