Haveno (2011) - The most recent record from Constantina, released in september 2011. The group from Minas Gerais, created in 2003, had not released a new album since 2008. During this period, it underwent a reconfiguration: no longer a quartet of the acclaimed Hola Amigos, becoming a septet. The change allowed the inclusion of a wider range of rhythms and sound possibilities, which is reflected in the musical complexity presented in Haveno. The name taken from the universal lingua franca, Esperanto, Haveno means harbor and brings up the nautical universe. It is apparent in record concept the Brazilian regional rhythms and sonority, creating dialogues between images, sounds, noises and textures which ends up turning the desert into a sea, as hopes the septet. The album, consisting of seven tracks, features, besides the grafic composition in dialogue with the music, small textures which smooth the track changes.
¡Hola amigos ...! EP (2008) - Recorded in 2008, when the band was still a sextet, ¡Hola Amigos...! it's a homage to the former members Alex Lima e Glauco Ferreira. The capture of a moment, confirms it's growth as band. A more focused and pop work, driven by simple and dry elements on the guitars and electronics sounds. As usual, produced at the band's small practice room and studio, presents 4 distincts sound travels. Solidifying even more it's singular sonority, Constantina keep producing a beautiful graphical material associated to the songs.
Jaburu (2006) - Released in december 2006 by the label Open Field/Peligro from São Paulo/Brazil, the Album contains songs recorded through the process of making the 1st record, self-titled "Constantina", (mainly improvisatios recorded accidentally during rehearsals and new versions of songs of the 1st record). Moments of colective (un)consciousness.
Constantina (2005) - Released by our own label (La Petite Chambre), this instrumental album presents 8 tracks recorded mainly live in a small home studio. The CD was well received and positively reviewed in the musical press by it's visual composition and was also placed as "2005 Year Break Through Album" and "2005 Best of the Year" lists on Trama Virtual and Dropmusic. With Fabiano Fonseca (Digitaria) and Aaron Xim (Quiet american) sound interventions.