I may have been born a Honduran-Puerto Rican, but my culture is a whole lot wider than that. I’m made of parts stolen from people outside of the culture I was born into.
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.
In ‘Cry Macho,’ director and star Clint Eastwood returns to his recurring themes of Mexicans and American machismo.
Host Hector Luis Alamo chats with Aidé Hernandez, a PhD candidate in sociology and co-founder of the Academic Amigas account on TikTok and Instagram.
‘Tragic Jungle’ (Selva trágica), from Mexican director Yulene Olaizola, tells the story of the Xtabay, the man-eating female spirit of the Yucatán.
Documentary filmmaker Heidi Ewing’s first fiction film, ‘I Carry You with Me’ tells the story of two gay Mexican immigrants’ journey to New York City
Based in Chicago, the Mexican synthwave project Roninn draws on Japanese cinema and Dutch vibes for its new single, “Haarlem.”
Hector chats with Mayra Gaona, a PhD candidate in psychology, about the stigma against therapy in the Latino community