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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The mangue bit or manguebeat movement is a cultural movement created circa 1991 in the city of Recife in Northeast Brazil in reaction to the cultural and economic stagnation of the city. The movement largely focuses on music, mixing regional rhythms of Brazilian Northeast, such as maracatu, frevo, coco and forró, with rock, hip hop, funk and electronic music.

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  • ✪ Chico Science & Nação Zumbi - Lixo do Mangue/Da Lama ao Caos - Montreux Jazz Festival, Suíça, 1995
  • ✪ A Cidade (Clipe) - Chico Science & Nação Zumbi
  • ✪ BRÁINS - É a Mangue 😵
  • ✪ Fred 04 fala sobre seu DVD Mangue Bit Ao Vivo - Mundo Livre S.A. no Estúdio Showlivre 2016
  • ✪ Bala

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Overview

The movement has its own manifesto, Caranguejos com Cérebro (or "Crabs with Brains" in English), written in 1992 by singer Fred 04 and DJ Renato L. Its title refers to Recife's inhabitants as crabs living in Recife's mangrove environment. A major symbol associated with mangue bit is that of an antenna stuck in the mud receiving signals from all over the world.

Mangue bit can be divided into two distinct waves: the first in the early 1990s led by the music groups Chico Science & Nação Zumbi (Zumbi's Nation)[1] and Mundo Livre S/A (Free World Inc.), and the second in the early 2000s led by Re:Combo (a copyleft movement that uploads half-sampled music for download) and Cordel do Fogo Encantado (a music group that started as a roving theatre troupe with roots in a form of literature known as literatura de cordel ("twine literature")).

The original movement named itself mangue bit, mangue referring to Recife's mangroves and bit to the computer bit central to the movement's electronic music influences. Since then, mangue bit has commonly, albeit mistakenly, been referred as mangue beat.

References

  1. ^ Perrone, Charles A.; Dunn, Christopher (2001). Brazilian Popular Music & Globalization. Routledge. p. 29. ISBN 9780415936958.

Sneed, P. M. (2019). The Coexistentialism of Chico Science and Brazil’s Manguebeat. Latin American Research Review, 54(3), 651–664. DOI: http://doi.org/10.25222/larr.451

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