Since their debut in 2005, Portugal based Brazillian Jazz duo, Couple Coffee – Luanda Cozetti (voice) and Norton Daiello (bass) - has shown that they have something special to add to the world of music.
Mixing the influences of Jazz, Bossa Nova, Portuguese popular music and Chorinho, Luanda Cozetti with her unique tropical voice and Norton Daiello with his brazillian groovy bass, have displayed a singular and eclectic body of work. Collaborating with a few great Brazilian and Lusofonic artists such as: Ivan Lins, Mariza, Antonio Zambujo, Tito Paris, Roberto Menescal, Bibi Ferreira among many others, Couple Coffee has time and time again been a prominent presence in the industry, receiving undoubted praise from the public and media alike.
With five currently released studio albuns, Couple Coffee has repeatedly elevated themselves, displaying a mix of different genres and flavours of music, without ever compromising their own unique musical expression in a show of mastery and tecnique. Throughtout the last 14 years, they have been presenting concerts all over Europe, the United States and Brazil, stringing along a cult following captivated by their in - and out of – stage chraisma and virtuosity, coupled along with their stellar performances in a culture breaking spectacle of entertainment that trespasses any kind of language barrier..
”Recorded in Brazil and released in Portugal, Couple Coffee’s PURO is one of the most original and stimulating albuns in years” - Nuno Pacheco, in Público (9 out of 10 stars)
“Couple Coffee undertook a risky task: to approach the political and musical world of José Afonso. And the result was again excellent.” - Nuno Pacheco, in Ípsilon (4,5 out of 5 stars)
“Young & Lovely reveals a contemporary vision of Bossa Nova, through modern takes on classical themes, bare of tradition and moved by a captivating creative liberty” - in Blitz (4 out of 5 stars)
“The pure and innate creativity of two voices under a single name. Intense and challenging, like a cup of the best world coffee” - Nuno Pacheco, in Público (4,5 out of 5 stars)
“An exemplary journey that is far from its end and a source of pride for us, the portuguese, that we have such musicians living – and singing and playing and recording – among us.” - António Pires (4,5 out of 5 stars)