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OriginGoiânia, Brazil
GenresPsychedelic rock, indie rock
Years active2013 - present
Associated actsLuziluzia, Ultravespa
MembersDinho Almeida, Benke Ferraz, Raphael Vaz, Ynaiã Benthroldo
Past membersHans Castro

Boogarins are a Brazilian psychedelic rock band formed in 2013 by Dinho Almeida (vocals, rhythm guitar) and Benke Ferraz (solo guitar). Later they were joined by Hans Castro (drums) and Raphael Vaz (bass guitar), forming a four-piece. In 2014, Ynaiã Benthroldo replaced Hans as drummer.[1]


Boogarins was formed by Benke and Dinho, two childhood friends who got together and recorded an EP at home (As Plantas Que Curam) while they were still at school.[2] After the release of the EP, Boogarins signed a contract with Other Music, the debut album As Plantas Que Curam was released in 2013.[3] A second album followed in 2015.[4] The band took their name from a jasmine flower in Brazil.[3][5] On 7 June 2017, the band's third album Lá Vem a Morte was released on YouTube as a surprise for the fans.[5] It was elected the 9th best Brazilian album of 2017 by the Brazilian edition of Rolling Stone.[6]


Studio Albums[edit]


  • As Plantas Que Curam (2013)


  • 2013: Lucifernandes
  • 2013: Doce
  • 2013: Despreocupar
  • 2014: Erre
  • 2015: Avalanche
  • 2015: 6000 Dias (ou Mantra dos 20 Anos)
  • 2016: Benzin
  • 2016: Tempo
  • 2016: Elogio à Instituição do Cinismo/Olhos
  • 2017: Foimal
  • 2017: Corredor Polonês
  • 2018: LVCO 4
  • 2019: Sombra ou Dúvida


  1. ^ "Banda goiana psicodélica, Boogarins conquista gravadora americana". Retrieved 4 January 2015.
  2. ^ Denselow, Robin (29 October 2015). "Boogarins: Manual review – intriguing sounds from Brazilian psych-pop band". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 December 2015.
  3. ^ a b Kot, Greg (14 August 2014). "Boogarins: From a basement in Brazil to living the dream". Chicago Tribune. Archived from the original on 18 August 2014. Retrieved 11 December 2015.
  4. ^ Rice, Nick (23 October 2015). "Boogarins - Manual". Clash. Retrieved 11 December 2015.
  5. ^ a b Consequence, Sound. "Brazilian psych rockers Boogarins share surprise new album Lá Vem a Morte: Stream". consequenceofsound. Retrieved 7 June 2017.
  6. ^ "Melhores Discos Nacionais de 2017". Rolling Stone Brasil. Grupo Spring de Comunicação. 2017. Retrieved 25 January 2019.

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