These artists are flexing fierce fusions and alternative spins on Latin music.
“Our lyrics reflect emotions of frustration and depression as much as they reflect romance and love,” says Miguel Gama, bass player for the Chicago-based Latin alternative band Rai. The band’s first full-length album, ‘El Vacio,’ releases on Friday, November 4.
The new full-length album by the Zurich-based band, Hermanos Gutiérrez, reflects a wonderful dichotomy of symmetry in motion.
This playlist has monsters, cumbia, vampires, brujas, gloom and doom, pop, and more — for Halloween, or anytime you need some horror-themed music or monstruos verdes in your life.
A playlist of women producers creating invigorating electronic music with rich cultural sonorities and sociopolitical mindsets.
This musical roadmap of new sounds from across the Latine diaspora features music by Nemegata, Half Gringa, El Turco Perro, Kotrina, Beats y Bateria, SavaBorsa, Conjunto Ingenieria, Charlie Palomares & Mita y Su Monte Adentro, Adrian Quesada, and San Cha.
We must congratulate, support, and encourage all the independent Latine artists who continue to produce music, tour, and survive, despite the lack of financial resources. Let’s give them their due by supporting their efforts.
Welcome to the start of a new monthly feature, MANO’s Video Favorites! This month’s list includes work by Bomba Estéreo, Caloncho, Helado Negro, Esteman and Sabino.