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November 2020

Berlin Nov 19 (TD®R): #ForaGarimpoForaCovid da Terra Indígena Yanomami

By |November 19th, 2020|

The #Covid19 pandemic stopped all activities except the one that kills the Yanomami people.

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October 2020

Berlin Oct 21 (TD®R): Dj Dr.Sócrates – DISQUEIRA TROPICAL VOL.02

By |October 21st, 2020|

Los Destellos and Juaneco y su Combo, of course, and also Los Wembler’s de Iquitos, Los Pakines, Los Shapis… among many others. Strictly vinyl!

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Berlin Oct 16 (TD®R): Forró de Cabeça e Coletânea Bugiganga Tropical – Faixa Livre – 16.10.20

By |October 16th, 2020|

Tropical Diaspora #1 Apresentação LIVE no Instagram - A árvore do esquecimento e o portão não retorno

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Berlin Oct 04 (TD®R): Bugiganga Tropical Vol.3 / Official Release / Lançamento Oficial

By |October 8th, 2020|

Bugiganga Tropical Vol.3 LIVE no Youbute - Apresentando a Banda Forró De Cabeça com moderação de Joanah Flor

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Berlin Oct 01 (TD®R): Intellectual of the year, Ailton Krenak: “Brazil killed Indians, blacks, and continues to kill. Hypocritical society”

By |October 1st, 2020|

Berlin Oct 01 (TD®R): Intelectual do ano, Ailton Krenak: "Brasil matou índios, negros, segue matando. Sociedade hipócrita"

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September 2020

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