Marfa Myths :: Tom Zé
The songwriter, composer, and instrumentalist Tom Zé was integral to the Tropicália movement in the 1960s, and is highly regarded as an innovator of Brazilian music and beyond. One of Brazil’s most sampled artists, Zé’s influence is detectable in decades of music that has followed in his footsteps.
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The lineup features legends of British post-punk, Wire, leading women voices Jessica Pratt, Circuit Des Yeux and The Weather Station, acclaimed country singer and visual artist Terry Allen, fast folk raconteur Ryley Walker, Detroit dance producer Omar-S, Moroccan trance sextet Innov Gnawa, experimental Indonesian group Senyawa, Austin minimalist ensemble Thor & Friends and NYC’s maximalist Helado Negro Ensemble, pioneering electronic synthesist Suzanne Ciani, serene sound surveyor Laraaji, the site-specific Gravity Hill audio / visual collaboration of Jem Cohen, Guy Picciotto, and company, and our holy ambassador Connan Mockasin, and many more.