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Pouso Alegre, Minas Gerais, Brazil | Established. Jan 01, 2009 | INDIE

Pouso Alegre, Minas Gerais, Brazil | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2009
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Marise y Amarilis Vitale Cardoso reconocen y celebran el corazón africano que late en su natal Brasil y lo difunden a todo el mundo desde Barcelona. Moyugbá es un álbum casi totalmente vocal, las voces de estas hermanas se confunden en un solo canto a veces etéreo y otras con phlow rapero. Sus temas proyectan mucha energía y vitalidad y es que tienen una agenda con bastantes presentaciones, esa dinámica característica que da el ejecutar frecuentemente en vivo se queda de alguna manera impregnada en estas piezas grabadas en estudio y esencialmente basadas en programación. Guitarras, tambores y niños juegan por igual en portugués y yoruba. NSISTA nos invita a resistir la totalización del capital, celebrando la vida y compartiendo música y energía positiva en todo lo que hacemos. - NETLABELS & NEWS


Back in 2000, two Brazilian sisters- Marise Cardoso aka DJIIVA and Amarilis Vitale arrived in Barcelona and were instantly blown away by the electronic music scene that was taking the city by storm.

Together they formed NSISTA, a band whose sound has been influenced by their travels around the world. Their Brazilelectro beats have evolved over the years reflecting the years of crossing borders and genres. Like stamps on their passports, their music is a unique collage of samba beats layered over lush electronic arrangements and experimental sounds cascading in the background. Their look consisting of recycled materials such as plastic bottles and bottle caps form post modern head pieces which reflects their do it your self attitude.

On this particular Sunday night - NSISTA holds center court in an old convent turned cultural center on the border of the Born neighborhood. The hipster crowd below them- can’t stop moving their heads and hips to the sambatronic beats radiating from the speakers. They stand center stage in an open courtyard, bathed in hot pink light and transmitting love for their fans.

The neighbors however, don’t seemed too amused by the weekend festival which is now on its 15th edition, was created by MARISE and aptly named PULGAS MIX. A flea market based concept, that has over taken the space with artist, musicians and fashion designers from all over spain. The goal of the festival is to share the talent in an incubated center for people to touch and hear the pulse of Barcelona’s art scene.

When not producing music, or organizing festivals NSISTA also lends a hand and signature sound to bands such as Macaco, Ojos de Brujo, Brazuca and Matraca that turn to the duo when looking to brazilify their sound.

To discover the SAMBA XXXPERIENCE click here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_ULUadrPZc

Make sure to check out the AfroMix of their new track CABOCLA

To download their new single CABOCLA click HERE
http://www.archive.org/download/NSISTA_CABOCLA/NSISTA_CABOCLA.zip
- Pulso Barcelona


Well..i have to tell you guys..i am a HUGE fan of MACACO and OJOS DE BRUJO, and our next guest are two Brazilian sisters who have a sorta connection with them… well the connection is DJIIVA, who also joins her sista AMARILIS to become NSISTA

They are doing a Samba xxperience with a huge influence from Spain..THESE LADIES ARE JUST AMAZING!!

SO IF YOU GUYS LIKE OJOS DE BRUJO, BUT ALSO ARE INTO CAETANO VELOSO SORTA MOOD, THEY ARE JUST PERFECT CUZ THEY HAVE HIP HOP WITH POSITIVE ATTITUDE !!! i hate the “world music” term ..so this is probably what it is..

Cabocla – amazing NSISTA videoclip from Ricardo Cançado:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSa37rmPTDA

They are giving their new album for free!!
THIS SONG CABOCLA IS WIKKID!!!!!

http://www.archive.org/download/NSISTA_CABOCLA/NSISTA_CABOCLA.zip

Check more of THEM!! and after this song….i guess you will …download it.. if u haven’t done
- Generation Bass


“A força do trabalho do NSISTA está na habilidade em mesclar ritmos brasileiros como o forró, o maxixe e guizado com musica eletronica, mas fazÈ-lo com o desprendimento de artistas vivendo no exterior, a exemplo do que faria um hipotético Tetine folcórico, por exemplo – e inserir reminiscências de Fela Kuti.” - One RPM _ BLOG


NSISTA, una apuesta musical rompedora, sin perder de vista los orígenes brasileños

“Embrujo electrónico: El embrujo de la electrónica, sin olvidar sus raíces musicales, les ha llevado a crear un mundo creativo en el que los beats y los ritmos afrolatinos se fusionan en composiciones que hablan un lenguaje musical nuevo, muy personal. En mayo, editaron su álbum MOYUGBÁ, con el que se han subido a escenarios de Catalunya y de países como Alemania, Francia, Brasil y Chile.”
- Si se Puede _ el peródico de la integración


Nsista, las arquitectas brasileñas que mueven el mundo a ritmo de electrónica.

Propuesta rompedora:

Las hermanas Marise y Amarilis crean en Barcelona un proyecto que mezcla ritmos tropicales con una puesta en escena ritualista y rompedora.

En su nuevo disco utilizan el yoruba, idioma de origen africano que llegó a Brasil con los esclavos.

Albert Doménech (peridista)

Su padre les inculcó la pasión por la música pero las hermanas brasileñas Marise y Amarilis Cardoso tenían claro que su futuro profesional pasaba por la arquitectura. Y con este objetivo cruzaron el charco para aterrizar en Barcelona y ampliar su formación en una carrera que finalmente ha acabado siendo determinante…para su universo musical. Explicado así parece un poco complejo, pero la historia es más simple de lo que parece. Marise, la mayor de las hermanas Cardoso, decidió hace unos años venir a Barcelona a estudiar un máster para completar sus estudios en arquitectura. No vino sola, con ella llevaba a su inseparable maleta de discos, ya que una de sus ideas era continuar también la carrera de deejay que había empezado en su país natal. Contactar con la escena local fue cuestión de días, en una semana ya estaba pinchando en diferentes salas con un repertorio 100% brasileño. Y así fue como el universo musical empezó a ganarle terreno a la arquitectura. En 2007 su hermana pequeña Amarilis siguió sus pasos y coincidieron las dos en una ciudad que les inspiró creativamente para el nacimiento de un proyecto musical común, Nsista.

Empezaron así un proyecto de autor con el que hacían versiones de música brasileña. Hasta que llegó el embrujo electrónico que les llevó a crear un mundo artístico paralelo con ritmos afrolatinos que se fusionan con un lenguaje musical nuevo, creado especialmente para la ocasión, el yoruba. “En realidad es una adaptación libre fruto de un trabajo de investigación. Hemos consultado en diccionarios palabras y frases que expresen lo que estamos buscando en cada momento. El yoruba es un idioma de origen africano que llegó a Brasil con los esclavos. Creemos que es un lenguaje que traspasa puramente lo musical y que nos permite reforzar mucho más el mensaje que queremos expresar”, asegura Marise.

Puesta en escena rompedora
Más allá de la música, las artistas han apostado por una puesta en escena estridente. Utilizan máscaras, exóticos maquillajes e indumentarias y proyecciones visuales compuestas para el espectáculo. Un ritual artístico que tiene como objetivo transmitir un discurso positivo hacia la búsqueda de lo personal y promover el respeto por las fuerzas de la naturaleza. “Nuestra puesta en escena es único y rompedora, y tiene algo de ritual, ya que le cantamos a los elementos naturales y los asociamos a la vida y a los colores”, afirma Amarilis. Su hermana mayor parece encantada con esta estética ritualista “ya que soy mucho más tímida que Amarilis y el hecho de salir disfrazada al escenario me ayuda a separar el personaje de la vida real y a desinhibirme mucho más allá arriba”.

Todos los materiales que utilizan para su espectáculo son reciclados y cualquier objeto puede ser válido para dar vida a una creación que se aleja mucho de los estandartes de la música brasileña, que tienen en la samba y a la bossa nova a sus señas de identidad. “Es cierto que cuando nos subimos en el escenario y nos presentan como dos hermanas brasileñas la gente se queda muy parada con la propuesta. Siempre hay unos minutos de incertidumbre, la gente suele estar un rato parada, observándonos, aunque luego siempre acaba dejándose llevar por la atmósfera que estamos creando”, explica Amarilis mientras acaba de maquillarse. “No es algo cultural, también pasa en Brasil”, añade su hermana que confiesa que en los años 70 ya estaba Ney Matogrosso, “un artista de nuestro país que se disfrazaba y que tenía un espectáculo muy circense, al que también hemos querido rendir homenaje”.

Un saludo al mundo
En mayo editaron su álbum Moyugba, que han presentado en diferentes escenarios de Catalunya, pero también de otros países como Alemania, Francia o Chile. “Moyugba quiere decir yo te saludo, estamos saludando al mundo con nuestra música, en una propuesta tropical y electrónica bastante divertida y única”, asegura Marise. Al final, y según las dos hermanas, su formación arquitectónica ha sido clave para poder hacer lo que realmente les gusta. “La arquitectura y la música tienen muchos puntos en común, las armonías, la creación de espacios. Esta disciplina nos ayuda a proyectar nuestra música, a crear un mundo artístico en una ciudad como esta, que es fetiche en la arquitectura”, concluye Marise.
- LA VANGUARDIA _ 20.01.2012


Dupla eletrônica Nsista se apresenta em BH
Irmãs brasileiras radicadas em Barcelona mostram seu som n'A Obra dia 26


Divulgação

Elas são brasileiras, mas estão estreando no país só agora, após quase quatro anos de existência. A dupla de irmãs Nsista mostra em Belo Horizonte seu som que passeia entre o eletrônico e o orgânico, com percussões ao vivo, dia 26 de novembro, n'A Obra.

Morando em Barcelona desde 2000, Marise Cardoso, a Djiiva, responsável pelos sons eletrônicos e Amarilis V., vocalista e instrumentista formaram o Nsista em 2006. O som bastante influênciado por música brasileira foi extremamente bem recebido no Velho Continente, onde elas passaram por inúmeras salas e festivais em países como Espanha, Alemanha, Portugal e Paris.

Esta é a primeira passagem da dupla no Brasil e BH é a segunda cidade a receber o show. Antes, as irmãs se apresentaram em Sâo Paulo, no dia 21, e depois seguem para Campinas, Brasília, Goiània e Rio de Janeiro.

A abertura da noite fica por conta do trio belorizontino The Hell's Kitchen Project. O trio dispensou a guitarra e usa apenas bateria, baixo e voz em suas músicas que misturam rock alternativo com sons dançantes. As discotecagens entre as bandas fica por conta do DJ Roger Moore.

NSISTA
Show dia 26 de novembro, quinta-feira, às 22h, n'A Obra. Rua Rio Grande do Norte, 1168, Savassi. Informações: (31) 3215-8077. Ingressos: R$ 10. Abertura com The Hell's Kitchen Project. Discotecagens com DJ Roger Moore.
- O dia - Belo Horizonte- Brasil


Sujeto Catarsis - URBAN CATARSIS MAGAZINE 01/2008

NSISTA

NSISTA offer us a real mix of influences, in whitch popular Brazilian songs are allowed to be mixed and adapted with different processed voices, jazzy improvisation and sponken poetry.

This duo of brazilian sisters is formed by Marise Cardoso aka djiiva* and Lili Jones who have lived in Barcelona for 7 and 3 years, respectively.

Coming from Brasil, both are archictects and studied music from a very young age in musical schools in their country of birth.
Marise has taken in projects like Pulgas Mix - Culture in Action Festival, and Femelek, dedicated to women and electronic music.
NSISTA first performance was at the Femelek 2007, and after this the sisters became to play in several places in Spain & Europe. - URBAN CATARSIS MAGAZINE


Back in 2000, two Brazilian sisters- Marise Cardoso aka DJIIVA and Amarilis Vitale arrived in Barcelona and were instantly blown away by the electronic music scene that was taking the city by storm.

Together they formed NSISTA,  a band whose sound has been influenced by their travels around the world.  Their Brazilelectro beats have evolved over the years reflecting the years of crossing borders and  genres. Like stamps on their passports, their music is a unique collage of  samba beats layered over lush electronic arrangements and experimental sounds cascading in the background. Their look consisting  of recycled  materials such as plastic bottles and bottle caps  form post modern head pieces  which reflects their do it your self attitude.

NSISTA

On this particular Sunday night - NSISTA holds center court in an old convent  turned  cultural center on the border of the Born neighborhood. The hipster crowd below them- can’t stop moving their heads and hips to the sambatronic beats radiating from the speakers.  They stand center stage in an open courtyard, bathed in hot pink light and transmitting love for their fans.

The neighbors however, don’t seemed too amused by the weekend festival which is now on its 15th edition, was created by MARISE  and aptly named PULGAS MIX.  A  flea market based concept, that has over taken the space with artist, musicians and fashion designers from all over spain. The goal of the festival is to share the talent in an incubated center for people to touch and hear the pulse of Barcelona’s art scene.

SUNSET

When not producing music, or organizing festivals NSISTA  also lends a hand and signature sound to bands such as Macaco, Ojos de Brujo, Brazuca and Matraca  that turn to the duo when looking to brazilify their sound.

To discover the SAMBA XXXPERIENCE click here .

Make sure to check out the AfroMix of  their new track CABOCLA

To  download their  new single  CABOCLA click HERE - Pulso Barcelona


BARCELONA internet BLOG

FEMELEK 2010   
Events in Barcelona - Festivals

Written by Aisha Prigann 
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 14:51

When I first came to Barcelona, I fell in love with the spirit of its creative underground, a colourful and optimistic energy born from people from so many corners of the world coinciding in the same place at the same time, eager to get things off the ground for inspired and pure reasons. Much has changed since then, for better and for worse, but luckily we still have Marise Cardoso and her collaborators keeping that original spirit alive.

Marise Cardoso might be the hardest working talent in our local music and cultural scene. No, scratch that. She might be the hardest working talent on two continents as her creative endeavours take her back and forth across the Atlantic, building a bridge between her native Brazil and Barcelona, which she has called home for the past decade. Musically, Marise Cardoso, aka DJIIVA, has collaborated with bands like Macaco and Ojos de Brujo as well as with her sister Amarilis Vitale in their project NSISTA. She also works tirelessly at shaking up our local cultural scene, making it richer and more innovative with every project she embarks on, from Pulgas Mix to FEMELEK.

Spanish version:

Cuando llegué a Barcelona hace ocho años me enamoré del espíritu creativo de la ciudad, una energía vital y optimista nacida del encuentro de tantas personas de diversos rincones del mundo en el mismo lugar al mismo tiempo, un tribu de soñadores que querían poner en marcha proyectos por motivos inspirados.

Mucho ha cambiado desde entonces, para bien o para mal, pero tenemos la suerte de contar con Marise Cardoso y sus colaboradores entre nosotros, que aún mantienen con vida a este espíritu original.

Puede que Marise Cardoso sea el talento más trabajador de nuestra escena musical y cultural...de hecho, puede que lo sea en dos continentes, ya que divide su tiempo entre su Brasil natal y Barcelona, su ciudad adoptiva desde hace una década, construyendo puentes creativas entre los dos lugares. En cuanto a música, Marise Cardoso, aka DJIIVA, ha colaborado con grupos como Macaco o Ojos FEMELEK__2010__FLYERthe Brujo y con su hermana Amarilis Vitale, con la cual ha puesto en marcha el proyecto musical NSISTA. También es una figura fundamental de nuestra escena cultural, enriqueciéndola con proyectos innovadores como sus festivales Pulgas Mix o FEMELEK. - BARCELONA internet BLOG _ Aisha Pringann_ 2010


They make music. They're women. And both bands were started by sisters. But that's pretty much where the similarities between Brazilian/Barcelonan sister act Nsista and Japan's pop-punk band Shonen Knife end.

Marise Cardoso aka DJIIVA pops up on this blog a lot, and it's because she is one of our most dynamic, local, creative forces. Besides creating nsistaevents like Pulgas Mix and FEMELEK, Cardoso is also a musical multi-talent, magician of electronic beats and masterful DJ. In 2007, she embarked on a new project, Nsista, made all the more special by being a sibling labour of love. The second half of Nsista is singer Amarilis Vitale Cardoso, a classically trained vocalist who also plays several instruments. The Brazilian sisters have an irresistible sense of rhythm and a musical repertoire that takes a little from the many places they've been, which makes for a decidedly cosmopolitan, tropical mix. They have two gigs this month, this Friday at Can Ferraiuolo (the bar of a true Barcelona institution - Yolo, the unforgettable ex-doorman of La Paloma, Pulgas Mix, Lola, Nave 9/10 and countless underground parties that blend together in a blissful haze) and on May 29th at the FEM ART festival at the CCCB. - BCN internet BLOG _ Aisha Pringan_2010


La noche es casi total al momento del último número, uno inesperado y venido de Brasil. las hermanas Marise y Amarilis Cardoso, radicadas en Barcelona.
Pasaron las últimas dos semanas dando conciertos en Santiago y esta es su última presentación, pero tal como en las anteriores, hipnotizan y hacen bailar hasta a los niños con ritmos afrolatinos, percusiones orgánicas, bases electrónicas de desarrollos crecientes, voces contrastantes, vestuarios y maquillajes selváticos.
NSISTA investigan en las raíces brasileñas pra proyectar una música que suena vanguardista y contagiosa al mismo tiempo. Un lujo para finalizar un atardecer colorido y refrescante.

::::: english version :::::

The night is almost complete at the time of the last number, an unexpected and come from Brazil.
Amarilis y Marise Cardoso, sisters based in Barcelona, ??spent the last two weeks giving concerts in Santiago and this is their last appearance.
As in the previous ones, the audience keep hypnotized with the performance and almost the children are dancing with their Afro-Latin rhythms, organic percussion, electronic bases with increasing developments, contrasting voices, wild costumes and makeup.
NSISTA rechearch in the Brazilian roots music to project a music that sounds modern and contagious at the same time.
A treat for the end of a colorful and refreshing sunset. - MUS _ Chile @ Luis Felipe Saavedra _ 2011


NSISTA press 2011 _ January to March _ www.nsista.net - various


press about NSISTA _ 2010 - various


PRESS _ Taller Sonor de NSISTA @ www.nsista.net

TV program from 2009 that shows the NSISTA home studio in Barcelona, and their work in progress.
- various


PRESS _ Taller Sonor de NSISTA @ www.nsista.net

TV program from 2009 that shows the NSISTA home studio in Barcelona, and their work in progress.
- various


PRESS 2007 @ www.nsista.net - various


PRESS _ CABOCLA _ single & videoclip _ 2009 / 2010
www.nsista.net - various


PRESS 2008 @ www.nsista.net - various


PRESS 2009 @ www.nsista.net - various


Discography

NOW or NOW
(189MHz_04)
EP _ DICEMBER 2012
Free Download:
http://archive.org/download/NowOrNow/NowOrNow.zip

2012
(189MHz_03)
single _ DICEMBER 2011
Free Download:
http://www.archive.org/download/2012NsistaRemix/2012.zip

ECHOES of MOYUGB
(189MHz_02)
remixes _ OCTOBER 2011 _ Dj Tudo, Equipo, djiiva*, etc
Free Download:
http://www.archive.org/download/EchoesOfMoyuga/EchoesOfMoyugb.zip

MOYUGBA
(189MHz_01)
EP _ MAY 2011
Free Download:
http://www.archive.org/download/Nsista-Moyugba/Nsista-Moyugb.zip

CABOCLA
(189MHz_00)
Single _ with remixes of DJ CLICK & djiiva*
Free Download:
http://www.archive.org/download/NSISTA_CABOCLA/NSISTA_CABOCLA.zip

Appears in:

_ FAR OUT RECORDS presents BRAZILIAN BASS MUSIC 

Compilation _ APRIL 2014 _ UK

_ REC BEAT festival 2013
Compilation _ FEBRUARY 2013
Brasil

_ LA MUSICA ES EL ARMA DEL FUTURO
Tribute a Fela Kuti from Spanish Bands
Compilation _ OCTOBER 2012
Enlace Funk _ Spain
https://soundcloud.com/djiiva_nsista/zombie-nsista-tribute-to-fela

_ BRAZILIAN BASS CULTURE & BEYOND
Compitation _ OCTOBER 2012
Brazilian Music & Arts _ Brasil

_ RADIO MUNDI _ vol.2

Compilation _ OCTOBER 2012 : BRASIL

_ BRAZIL MODERNO

Compitation _ X5 Music Group

_ LATIN REMIXED

Compitation _ X5 Music Group

_ BEACH CHILL OUT BRAZIL

Compitation _ X5 Music Group

_ GLOBALTRONICA _ Vol. 4 _ WORLD ELECTRONIC SOUNDS

Compilation _ X5 Music Group

_ GLOBALTRONICA _ Vol. 3 _ WORLD ELECTRONIC SOUNDS

Compilation _ X5 Music Group

_ GLOBALTRONICA _ BRAZIL ELECTRONIC SOUNDS

Compilation _ X5 Music Group

_ THE NEW BEAT 

Compilation _ X5 Music Group

_ POP ROCK & RAP from MINAS GERAIS
Compilation _ SEPTEMBER 2012
Programa Musica Minas _ Brasil

_ FEMELEK _ Women & Electronic Music
Compilation _ MAY 2010
Phlow Magazine _ Spain
Free Download:
http://www.phlow.es/mp3-descargar-libre/electronic/2412-femelek-la-dona-i-la-musica-electronica-a-ba...

_ ISMO n2
Compilation _ JUNE 2010
Folcore Records _ Spain

_ SOUNDAMERICA vol.6
Compilation _ MAY 2009
Hipi Duki Muzik _ Spain
Free Download:
http://www.archive.org/download/SoundamericaVol.6SelectedByHipiDuki/SoundamericaVol.6SelectedByHipiD...

_ MUSIQEIN _ in the Gravity
Compilation _ JULY 2009
Musiqein _ Spain

_ EMERGENTS + A PROP
Compilation _ APRIL 2007
Institut de Cultura Barcelona _ Spain

Photos

Bio

NSISTA

Two women, voices of different shades, organic beats, playing live digital and analogical percussion; in a forceful spectacle, with scenic interventions and total integration with the crowd. Remixes of its influences by brazilian roots, but with the cosmopolitan touch of ones that have traveled the world.

Marise and Amarilis _ NSISTA sisters _ are always touring between South America and Europe (Barcelona based) and Asia, performing in festivals like SOTX, the China International Industry Expo and Music Festival in Beijing (April 2014), Rec Beat (BR), Fusion Fest (DE), Glocal Fest (CH), Visa pour la Image (FR), Iris Feest (BE), Universo Paralello (BR), Latino Power Fest (CO), Med Fest (PT) and many others.

Their audiovisual performance is an explosion of colors, in a female powerful music, full of good vibes, created by 2 special minds. NSISTA embark on creating music that reflect tradition whilst transforming it into something completely original and new. Multiple languages, afro - latin rhythms, electronic urban beats, beautiful costumes, futuristic make up, contemporary dance, magic scenography, full of the artists unmistakable joy and optimism.

The sisters were born in a house full of records _ their father is a vinyl collector _ and began to experiment with classical music at a very young age, studying in conservatories, playing in orchestras, singing in choirs, rock bands and Djiing in Brazil and Barcelona.

Since their first single CABOCLA (with remixes by Dj ClicK and djiiva*) from 2009, their music has faced excellent critics and impressive repercussion between many acclaimed DJs from the world.

Released through the 189MHz platform, NSISTA s music is the lucid expression of two musicians who understand that in order to create a new language and launch it into a globalized world, one must first forge a strong connection to one's roots.

Music, lyrics and costumes 100% hand made by NSISTA.

www.nsista.net
www.189mhz.net

VIDEOS

CABOCLA (videoclip)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSa37rmPTDA
CAROO (videoclip)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4-GiVgSFZ0
TEMPS INCERTS (videodanza)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr-RLEsXktQ

NSISTA _ EPK 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRqTn1BRlaw

NSISTA (live) MACBA / BARCELONA _ 2 min video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_ULUadrPZc

NSISTA (live) CARACAS _ Venezuela _ 2 min video

www.youtube.com/watch?v=h89SM88pLxQ

NSISTA (live) LATINO POWER _ Bogot _ Colombia

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-GeRnC6tn0

visuals by: VJ EletroIman

Band Members