Boulevard Internacional (feat Will DiMaggio) (4:39)
Patota Pedreira (1:45)
Bruno Penna Funk (3:53)
Nene Gets Hilario (0:59)
Fazenda Sacrificio (Most Recent mix) (4:44)
Unemployment Grand Prix (4:15)
Review: The latest loved-up blast of electronic colour from the Future Times camp comes from Repententes 2008, the anything-goes alias of producer Gabriel Guerra. This debut album no doubt fits neatly in the kaleidoscopic, synth-heavy FT catalogue, while at the same time offering a range of tracks united by the quirkiness of their approach. Listen carefully and you'll hear the influence of 1980s video game soundtracks, Brazilian jazz-fusion, hook-driven electronic pop and new age Japanese ambient music played at the wrong speed. It's incredibly difficult to pin down - Guerra is not one to settle on one style, groove or idea for too long - but also hugely enjoyable. It may take a few listens to really sink in, but it's more than worth the effort.