caipirinha. Founded in New York in 2003, the quartet — keyboardist Didi Gutman, percussionist Aaron Johnston, bassist Jesse Murphy and frontwoman extraordinaire Sabina Sciubba — are veterans of the big music festival circuit, but here’s your increasingly scarce chance to experience them in their natural habitat: intimate close quarters in which you will sweat and move and dance. Also on the bill: The Soft White Sixties, the hard-rockin’, too-cool-for-school quartet that is the welcome bitters to Brazilian Girls’ rump cocktail.
Theatricality. Groove. Charisma. All these adjectives do little to truly describe the mesmeric flounce of Brazilian Girls. Like art students and hippies raiding the vaults of Om Records, they mix club couture with Brazilian rhythms to make a sonic