Brazilian Girls provides a musical experience lost to the mainstream and many other trending bands out now. Their repertoire consists of reggae, jazz, boss nova and electronica elements. The lead-singer, Sabina Sciubba, is mysteriously captivating as she dominates with a "performance art" force usually wearing outlandish outfits with props, singing in multiple languages and providing us with her natural sex appeal that can't be ignored.
The band recorded 3 albums, in 2005 (Brazilian Girls), in 2006 (Talk to La Bomb), and in 2008 (New York City). And were grammy-nominated for Best Dance Recording in 2009 for "New York City." The band went on a hiatus in 2011 because there were rumors of a breakup. Now they are back with a North American tour, Sabina will be releasing her first solo album called "Toujours" on February 18th and the band is on their way to recording a new album, as well.
Brazilian Girls will be stopping in New York City on February 5th at the Highline Ballroom. The show is sure to be a dance frenzy and expect Sabina to be extravagant and surprising.