Check out Rabia Rivera’s new video for, Hipsteria, the newest single off her just released album, Luz Purpura.
Featuring leading artists as well as many of the music industry’s most prominent decision-makers, the 18th annual Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) is back for another year, taking place July 11 – 15 in New York City.
Gozamos contributing editor, Ilene, was on Vocalo radio this morning to discuss her upcoming trip to Standing Rock in support of the water protectors
By Catalina Maria Johnson on November 22, 2016
5 tunes to inspire hope in these dark days
Buried underneath Ang Lee’s and Jean-Christophe Castelli big screen adaptation of Ben Fountain’s novel Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk is a poignant and bitter story about comradeship, patriotic fervor and about how that fervor is exploited. But, alas, Lee’s insistence in shooting this film in 3D, 4K and at 120 frames per second in an […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on November 17, 2016
TODAY, LATIN GRAMMY NOMINEES EL DUSTY AND DJ HAPPY COLORS ARE SET TO TAKE OVER UFORIA MUSIC’S INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT
All photos by Miguel Vazquez via Miguel Vazquez Digital Art & Photography This past Saturday Chicagoans took over downtown to protest the election of Donald Trump and the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photographer Miguel Vazquez captured these images from the protests.
By Ondas Chicago on November 14, 2016
“This is dedicated to those of us who have been marked.” Chilean artist me llamo (Sebastián) just released a new single and video titled Hijos del Peligro, inspired by the existence of all beings, especially those who have to abide by societal rules and norms simply to exist. The video was directed by Roberto Doveris, famed cinematographer […]
By Jennifer Patiño on November 14, 2016
I have seen several articles about the Latino vote that focus almost exclusively on the Latinos who voted for Trump – expressing emotions ranging from outrage and disbelief to shock that the Latino firewall didn’t save the world. According to CNN 33% of Latino men and 26% of Latino women voted for Trump. Latino Decisions […]
Like you, the Gozamos crew has been processing, discussing, and protesting the presidential election results. Here are reflections from some contributors: “I can’t say that I’m surprised at the election results. The moment the Democratic Party became complacent was the moment that Trump had a real shot. Democrats became comfortable with the promises and minimal progress […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on November 11, 2016
Leon Larregui just debuted a new music video for the song, Birdie, which was filmed in southern Peru in the glorious Mountain of the 7 Colors. The song moves peacefully along with the scenic beauty of this majestic location in the region of Cusco known as Vinicunca, a name in Quechua that means ‘seven color […]
By Luz Chavez on November 10, 2016
There is a privilege and naivety for some to say they’re shocked by last night’s results. Is it really so surprising that after the U.S. sees its first African-American President, white fear manages to put a brazen xenophobe like Trump in office? We’re talking about a country that still needs a movement that validates the […]