[MUSIC/DANCE] The Brazilian Girls have a reputation for being sexy, maybe because they have
sex on their minds and their set list. The New York based band have an original sound that ignites a sort of fire in their listeners, and according to the stories their fans have been known to get a little wild during any given performance. The Brazilian Girls music could be described as new wave disco, innovating traditional techno sounds with instrumental breaks and sensual lyrics. A group completely different than what Maui may be used to, TBG is dance music for the sex fetishist with a taste for jazz. The group has already produced several albums on Verve Forecast record company and will be performing all along the West Coast after leaving Maui. The Brazilian Girls’ four members originate from the U.S., Europe, and South America. Vocalist Sabina Scuibba sings in German, Spanish, English, French and Italian, while the keyboardist, Didi Gutman, provides the main melody. Bassist Jesse Murphy and drummer Aaron Johnston both keep a mean beat. The Brazilian Girls are true to big city experimentation and have created an original work of art. It’s a little bite of the Big Apple just for us islanders.
Get your tickets at the door or in advance at HulaTickets.com and at Paia Wine Corner, Casanova’s Deli, Hapa’s Kihei, Beach Road Records Kihei, Live Wire Cafe Front St. Lahaina, Requests Wailuku, and the new Enchantress Boutique in the Shops at Wailea.