Berimbau Elétrico appears as a proposal to rethink the Brazilian electronic music. Different rhythms, languages, and tendencies are put together. The berimbau, a primitive and sophisticated musical instrument, meets the electronic music, naturally, technological and challenging. A perfect mix between the traditional and experimental. In 2008, Mateus Bahiense meets exponents of the european electronic music scene. The idea of this project then starts. The musical connection with Juninho Ibituruna makes the project to develop towards raw sessions of drum’n’bass and ragga, with drums, electronic beats, and berimbau. Two years later the project returns to Europe with a legendary concert at the Harlem Jazz Club, in Barcelona, performed by a quartet with drums, percussion, bass, and keyboards. In 2011, the project takes a new direction, with a recording of the album “Berimbau Elétrico”, with musical production of Marcos Suzano. Berimbau Elétrico it is a concept that goes beyond any border, being it physical or cultural.