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October 1, 2008 In "St. Petersburg," Sabine Sciubba's Astrud Gilberto-inspired vocals evoke a jet-setting lifestyle that crisscrosses time zones, cultures and musical influences. The song lets listeners tag along with Sciubba as she races down the tarmac to catch a plane to her next adventure.
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September 13, 2006 Brazilian Girls' "Jique" is built on a dirty moan of a descending bass line, skipping drums, keyboard squelches and singer Sabina Sciubba's expressive vocals, which alternate between English and French. The result is irresistibly danceable.
July 16, 2005 The Brazilian Girls are neither Brazilian nor all girls. Instead, the band offers a sound that borrows from reggae, lounge and other influences. The band, whose self-titled debut album was released earlier this year, talks with Scott Simon.
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