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Metá Metá honour the orixás, the Candomblé deities of their home city of São Paulo and Brazil in general, with bleating, versatile saxophone and furious squalling guitar, with Juçara Marçal’s singing over the top alternating between cool and possessed.
This is a postmodernist, fractured, intense collision of Afropunk and dance: guesting on “São Paulo No Shaking”, Tony Allen draws the obvious parallel with Lagos.
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