Let’s get new music into your playlists with this diverse, empowering, and imaginative array of 20 new singles, EPs, and full-length albums ranging in sound from socio-politically charged R&B, reggae, and electro-pop to feisty rock, funk, and hip-hop.
Las Calakas is a Phoenix-based band known for their lively performances of Latin fusion, specifically cumbia. The band recently debuted their first full-length album, ‘Hechizo’ (also available on vinyl), released by the L.A. label My Grito Industries.
MANO’s music editor Sandra Treviño sits down with Peruvian-American writer and poet Suzi F. Garcia for a discussion on reconnecting with her roots, her work, and her recent guest editorship for Poetry Magazine.
Are we really who we say we are? Chilean singer-songwriter Francisca Valenzuela delves into impostor syndrome with her new single, “Hola Impostora.”
In a video posted to YouTube Sunday night, the Puerto Rican rapper and singer-songwriter announced his retirement from music, saying, “This race (music), which has been a marathon, I finally see the finish line.”
‘Anti-Colonial Vol. 2’ is the latest artistic attestation by the (mostly) Dominican-born, Chicago-based hardcore band, La Armada. The band’s all-powerful rock sounds, along with the unique storytelling artwork that accompanies the record, make this a must-have.
The Marías’ wide repertoire of music is especially evident in Cinema as they present a modern merging of dreamy electronic pop and R&B, with a little tropical, a little jazz. The Marías have the perfect vibe for any occasion
Their new album ‘Ambrosia’ marks the native zacatecano musicians’ entry into English-language music charts with the band’s charming, post-punk attitude featuring poetic vocals that altogether summon retro rock vibes.