By Thaís Britto, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Imagine nine crazy guys jumping all over the stage and playing a very lively kind of rock'n'roll, mixed with other rhythms and instruments like saxophone, transverse flute and trombone.
They are Móveis Coloniais de Acaju, band from Brasília that performs next Saturday in Circo Voador to release their second album. "C_mpl_te" (a joke with the verb to complete, that means the same in Portuguese) carries the responsibility of keeping up with the quality of their first and well acknowledged record, "Idem".
But, as the flutist Beto Mej . . .