São Paulo, Brazil’s provocative, freewheeling dance-rock sextet CSS take their name from an abbreviation of “cansei de ser sexy,” that is Portuguese for “sick and tired of getting sexy” (though, due to the fact the business lead singer goes on the name Lovefoxxx, it’s arguable just how much that expression actually pertains to the music group). Produced in 2003, CSS originally included bassist Iracema Trevisan, guitarist/drummer/keyboardist Luiza Sá, guitarist Ana Rezende, guitarist/drummer Carolina Parra, and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist/manufacturer Adriano Cintra (also an associate of Thee Butchers’ Orchestra), though he still left the music group in 2011. After conference at night clubs and through Internet social media groups such as for example Fotolog and Trama Virtual, the music group started crafting its exclusive but unpretentious audio through learning from your errors. CSS’ Net-savvy methods resulted in them learning to be a phenomenon on the net; their thoroughly downloaded songs ultimately caught the eye of even more traditional mass media in Brazil and European countries. The music group released two EPs independently in 2004, Em Rotterdam Ja e uma Febre along with a Onda Mortal/Uma Tarde com PJ, before putting your signature on to Trama Digital in 2005. That fall, their debut recording, Cansei de Ser Sexy, premiered in Brazil, plus a reward EP, CSS SUXXX. The users of CSS also utilized their additional skills to forge the band’s unique picture: Lovefoxxx and Parra are graphic artists, Trevisan is really a designer, Rezende is really a film college student (and directed the video for the track “From the Hook”), while Sá went to art college. Early in 2006, Sub Pop authorized the music group as well as the label released Cansei de Ser Sexy in THE UNITED STATES that summer. Soon after the album’s launch, CSS do a string of times in Canada as well as the U.S. with Diplo and Bonde perform Part. The band’s touring continuing into 2007, with times assisting Ladytron, Gwen Stefani, and Klaxons and a gig at that year’s Lollapalooza event. Late that 12 months, their track “Music Is definitely My Hot, Sizzling Sex” was found in an ipod device commercial, and its own popularity managed to get the highest-charting solitary by way of a Brazilian music group in Billboard background. CSS’ second recording, Donkey, was made by Cintra and combined by Tag “Spike” Stent; soon before its launch in summer time 2008, bassist Trevisan still left the group. While touring to get the record, the music group continued to create songs, and proceeded to go into the studio room with collaborators including Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie and Ratatat. The outcomes had been the dance-punk-reggae fusion of La Liberación, which found its way to middle-2011 via V2 Information. Also in 2011, Cintra announced he previously parted methods with CSS, citing several disagreements using the various other bandmembers. In 2012, CSS came back with their 4th studio room album, Planta.