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.
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.
Are we really who we say we are? Chilean singer-songwriter Francisca Valenzuela delves into impostor syndrome with her new single, “Hola Impostora.”
‘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.
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.
Puerto Rican-Cuban singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Xenia Rubinos plays with audiovisual storytelling in her new cinematic obra, ‘Una Rosa.’
A chat with Mexican rock band Zoé on how Chicago has played such an important role in their history, including as the first stop on their U.S. tour
The Dominican musician Yasser Tejeda and his band Palotré will headline the LatiNxt Music Festival in Chicago on August 7.