Biography

Guitar player, composer, producer and singer, Max de Castro joins modernity to the solid basis of the brazilian music. As a teenager, Max formed a band competing and winning several music festivals, and also participate of a TV show called “Cia da Música”, been two years on the air.
Max worked as arranger and composer in several bazilian musicians’ albuns, consolidating his producer carreer.
In 2000, Max released “Samba Raro”, produced, aranjed and composed by hinself. This album was aclaimed by public, musicians and press, and also received a prize for Best Revelation Artist offered by “APCA” - Associação paulista de Críticos de Arte.
2002 is the year of “Orquestra Klaxon”, his second album. In this, Max invited some guests to compose and play with him.
2005 was the year of his third album, “Max de Castro”. The “freedom style” is the main character of this work, expanding the limits of his own music.
“Balanço das Horas”, released in 2006, is one of his most “rock-band” work. The guitar and simple arrangements makes the main structure of the songs, and consolidate MAx de Castro as one of the most talented musicians in contemporary bazilian music nowadays.

Edited by Smurf-jf on 28 Feb 2007, 18:52

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