Intellectual revolution, anyone?
With love, respect and admiration, today we honor what would have been the 58th birthday celebration of Gustavo Adrián Cerati. This playlist contains some of our favorite songs and videos, those that allowed us to dance in joy, love with passion, cry with pain or rebound with power. There’s an interview or two in there […]
Music, poetry, orgasms, and more with New York outfit…
Our Lollapalooza 2017 coverage continues this week with an in-depth conversation con one of music’s most positive voices, Xavier Omär…
We talked Bowie, John Waters, dogs, hugs… oh, and a monster album on the way.
“Utopian cult anyone?”
Well-traveled, flavorfully-marinated, and ready for action, Lo Moon has music of epic proportions in store with sounds of past, present, and future.
Bringin’ the Noise, Bringin’ the Funk Wave!
By Jaime de Leon on July 31, 2017
Laredo, Texas – Juan Solitario, the 23 year-old triangle player for Banda Gigante, a Mexican Norteño musical group, is contemplating leaving the band because he’s feeling left out of the 18-member group. “Whenever we go on tour, there’s like 60 of us in total and I just feel like they forget about me all the […]
Reyna Ortiz excitedly describes her ideal space for transgender Latinx women as “a big beautiful kitchen, like Grandmother’s kitchen, with fresh produce and a table, very nurturing, very Mexicana, a place where everyone can come together and cook, and you’re more than welcome.” Ortiz participated in a “Race Equity On the Table” panel for transgender […]
by Daniel Martinez and Ilene Palacios. All photos by Daniel Martinez. Chicago is about halfway through music festival season and Pitchfork didn’t disappoint this year. Pitchfork always does a good job of booking popular musicians and musicians on the verge of success (or that had a taste of it in the past), who are staying […]
“Tormenta les voy a dar a todos en Chicago”
That’s what Peruvian singer Eva Ayllón promised Chicagoans through Facebook before her concert on July 13. And she delivered!