This is what Pitchfork had to say about “As Plantas Que Curam,” Boogarins first record:
That they assembled an album that sounds this good while working in their parent’s basements says a lot about their talent. They have good taste in other people’s records, but they also have the innate musical smarts to pull similar sounds out of their own: Boogarins is rich, heavy, and sonorous, the guitar tones sensually warm and the vocals and drums sent through several treatments to blur them and lift them off the ground.
I agree with almost everything in their review, except I kinda feel like they missed the point. And that 7.1 rating is totally bogus, but other than that, it’s all good.