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Reah Valente’s fourth record is not hard alternative rock. Nor is it a conventional pop album. Reah’s desire to create something simple and wide reaching guided the album’s production. After up with Brazilian producers Rique Azevedo and Pedro Rangel, Reah made magic happen. Mixed teaming and mastered by John Milliet, the disc was recorded in Sao Paulo at Cada Instante Productions. Cenarios has 10 songs that stream emotions tightly with honest and catchy lyrics. The vocal delivery and production are superb. With Reah’s triumphant return to her home country, she shows her music transcends languages — the talent and sincerity that won Japan and the U.S. is now winning the heart of Brazil. (Link: http://snd.sc/KaAG0b )
Still in Los Angeles, Reah woke up from a dream with the desire to flirt with the diversity of the 70´s and its psychedelic era. Producing her own record for the first time, Reah uses a variety of arrangements of wind instruments and strings. The record has a jazz fusion with rock feel, thanks to the analogue recording. Psychedelic Cinema had a great alternative public acceptance and was praised by CdBaby´s editors, and highlighted on their podcast. (Link: http://snd.sc/MnluQp )
Moving to the US inspired Reah to go on a more underground This EP has 4 songs, was recorded in Los Angeles in 2006 and released in 2007. This album has a cool and alternative approach to rock. Almost pop, without losing the rock grip. Produced by a very talented duo, David Cobb (Rock N’ Roll Soldiers, Chris Cornell) and Paul Fox (Bjork, 10.000 maniacs, Wallflowers). (Link: http://snd.sc/MnlsIu )
Recorded in Japan in 2004 and released in 2005, Certain Relativity was produced by Imai Ichiro and has 8 songs – songs Reah had been writing throughout her adolescence. Her musicality and emotional maturity are evident and delivered with powerful vocals. It hits its peak with “You make me angry with your sympathy”, could be compared with Pizzicato Five. (Link: http://snd.sc/Mnlm3F )