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.
Houston-born producer Lucas Gorham’s latest music incarnation comes via Lucas/Heaven, a project that debuted with the album ‘Blues of the World.’
Venezuelan brothers Manuel and Félix Lara, who together form the musical group Lara Project, just released their single “Control” in anticipation of their third album. They recently spoke with MANO’s music columnist, Sandra Treviño.
A summer playlist featuring music by Ana Tijoux, Liz Phair, Beastii, Luscious Jackson, Mala Rodriguez, Fea, Tori Amos, La Dame Blanche, Nancy Sinatra, Ultrasonicas, Audry Funk, La Yegros, 7 Year Bitch, Amparo Sanchez and more!
In his most recent album, Tinta & Tiempo, Uruguayan singer/producer/composer Jorge Drexler waxes poetic about love, artistic originality, Leonard Cohen, our genetic material, and so much more.
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.