Enjambre and Porter are in Chicago tonight for a performance at Concord Music Hall. The night includes a performance by Chicago’s own Avantist and DJ Angelfuk. Doors at 8PM and early arrival is highly recommended!
By Ondas Chicago on July 19, 2017
The 18th annual Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) announced two winners for this year’s “Discovery Award:” Jesse Baez & A.CHAL.
(Press Release) Sporting an album sleeve showing Catholic altars dotted with pre-hispanic South American icons, Meridian Brothers’ album concocts new, exciting hybrids: influenced by US-inspired ‘70s Latin rock, it sees Andean rhythms melded with splendorous, tropicalia-styled strings. On ¿Dónde estás María?, the Meridian Brothers swing their shape shifting musical enterprise in a new direction. Led […]
By Ilene Palacios on July 14, 2017
Indie music isn’t just acoustic guitars and flannel shirts
Chatting with Henry Arteaga from Venezuela’s La Vida Bohéme about life, Mexico City, and the new album
By Señor Lebowski on July 13, 2017
ICYMI, talents like Akil Ammar, Nakury (Del Patio), Spain’s ZPU and bilingual artists Los Poetas have been dropping both old-school and new-school releases for quite some time now. Take a listen…
In this day and age of franchise-driven, corporate filmmaking, the Planet of the Apes trilogy, like Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy before it, stands out like a sore thumb, an exception to the rule if you will, an example of what happens when studio bean counters stand to one side and let their creators strut […]
Pilsen Alliance Press Conference Will Address Developer Accountability, Gentrification & Cultural Preservation in Pilsen
By Ilene Palacios on July 10, 2017
Pilsen Alliance and neighborhood residents gathered to reflect on the needs and future of Pilsen and how to address gentrification in this neighborhood and beyond
Some of the noise we’re looking forward to the most at Ruido Fest 2017
Lila Downs comes to Ravinia Festival!
An interesting turn of events at yesterday’s press briefing, when Trump’s press secretary Sean Spicer
Sofia Coppola is an acquired taste… which is a nice way of saying that when it comes to her work, I run more cold than hot. Lost in Translation (2003), her best film so far, is a masterpiece of ennui and alienation driven by Bill Murray’s impeccably droll comedic timing and a one-of-a-kind plant-your-flag performance […]