Stateside indie musicians from Puerto Rico co-found PRIMA to bring relief to fellow artists in la isla del encanto.
World-Class Music for our World-Class City at the 19th Edition of the World Music Festival
By Catalina Maria Johnson on August 17, 2017
The tropical nights at Chicago’s fabled nightclub come alive to tell the stories of Chicago’s Cuban, Colombian and Puerto Rican immigrants
Chatting with Henry Arteaga from Venezuela’s La Vida Bohéme about life, Mexico City, and the new album
Some of the noise we’re looking forward to the most at Ruido Fest 2017
Lila Downs comes to Ravinia Festival!
By Catalina Maria Johnson on May 26, 2017
“That’s all you need: Three chords and the truth, and you got your weapon”.
What makes a story move? Interview with “Destiny of Desire”s composer Rosino Serrano
By Catalina Maria Johnson on March 3, 2017
Mark de Clive-Lowe brings his spiritual, soulful experimental DJ/Jazz experience to Chicago
By Catalina Maria Johnson on February 28, 2017
Filastine & Nova – a mutimedia duo composed of Grey Filastine, LA-born, Barcelona-based audio-visual artist and Indonesian vocalist Nova Ruth, create dense transnational bass music, mixing dubstep with acoustic strings, percussive soundscapes off of an amplified shopping cart, hip hop, moombathon, dubstep, cumbia and a wide mix of global sounds. Their goal: To create a […]
By Catalina Maria Johnson on February 24, 2017
Liber Teran has been on our radar for some time. From the days that the multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter led Los de Abajo, to a solo career which brought Balkan-Mex to the world´s attention (a Mexico City, DF musical movement centered on the connection between horns in Sinaloa and Balkan beats) to recent performances as part of […]
By Catalina Maria Johnson on February 22, 2017
From New Mexico, music that spans borders and centuries