Ida E Os Voltas - Demo 1986   NEW POST PUNK / GOTH LP

Ida E Os Voltas - Demo 1986 NEW POST PUNK / GOTH LP

Nausea Records
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Nausea Records

After 37 years, the first and only studio recordings of the Brazilian Post Punk band Ida & Os Voltas, derived from their self-released cassette tape “Samambaias Voadoras”, recorded in 1986, have finally come to life in a superb joint 12’ vinyl release by Nausea Records (UK) and Nada Nada Discos (Brazil)

Housed in a 12" Single style sleeve, double sided insert with photos, liner notes and lyrics
Limited to 300 copies

Formed at the end of 1985, Ida e Os Voltas would emerge in the iconoclastic Belo Horizonte’s post-punk scene, after punk artist Ida Feldman meets Bruno Verner, Aleca (A. de Alexandria), Frederico Pessoa and Bernardo Rennó; long-time friends who lived in the same tower block, at the bars Trincheira and Complexo B - two of the art punk strongholds of the city at the time.

Part of the same post-punk scene of R. Mutt, Hosana Nas Alturas, Sexo Explícito, Divergência Socialista, O Último Número, Xiitas, Crime Ópera, Alma Ciborg, Os Contras amongst others; Ida e Os Voltas were often played on local station Radio Liberdade Fm, where two of their tracks “Jovens Raptados” and “Cadê A Embaixatriz/ Revolta” became underground micro-hits throughout 1987. The release also includes distinct moments from their candidly surrealistic Casio-driven repertoire in tracks such as “Deus Meus Fudeus”, “Todos Querem”, “Anti-Progresso” e “Samambaias Voadoras.
Ida & Os Voltas disbanded in 1988.