‘Despertar’ by the all-Latina punk band Ratas En Zelo is a visceral yet bouncy, angry but upbeat album that reminds us of the ideals that punk was founded on: confronting an unjust society that feeds on exploitation.
The music of Nancy Sánchez, who was born in Toluca, Mexico but immigrated to California when she was three, reflects both sides of her culture in a style she’s coined “regional alternativo.”
The song “Nuestra Canción” by Colombian band Monsieur Periné has become a TikTok and social media sensation. Sandra Treviño talks to lead vocalist Catalina García and Santiago Prieto about their newfound fame, their new single “Volverte a Ver,” and what’s to come.
With the release of “Cuando Mueran Mis Ojos,” Chilean producer and beatmaker FreeLee Hernández shares a sample track off his next album, ‘Future.’
The MANO Pasado y Presente Playlist tiene un poquito de todo—some of our favorites that dropped throughout 2021, pero also music from artists who have announced releases for 2022.
Music journalist Sandra Treviño speaks with Alejandro Gutiérrez of the Ecuadorian-Swiss band Hermanos Gutiérrez, to talk about their music and their newest single, “Amor Profundo.”
Some gift ideas that allow you and the music lovers in your life to listen to or learn about new music while supporting the artists who create it.
On ‘0000+0000,’ ÌFÉ, a Yoruba priest, mixes Afro-Caribbean rhythms and religious themes with electronic beats.