Lisa Morales’ “Luna Negra and the Daughter of the Sun,” is a poetic journey of discovery into a world where an amalgam of sounds has no barriers.
By Sandra A. Trevino on March 15, 2018
Ruido Fest 2018 official lineup has been announced!
By Guest Author on March 9, 2018
In its third year, the popular festival chose an Argentine film about the resilience of friendship
By Catalina Maria Johnson on March 9, 2018
Two master musicians from Cuba and Senegal bring their “Transparent Water” magic to Chicago
By Catalina Maria Johnson on March 8, 2018
Celebrate International Women’s Day with the Urban Anthems of Costa Rica’s Nakury and USA’s SLV
Lady Midnight, supported by DJ Just Nine and a cast of opening acts, was recently at Simone’s in Pilsen.
A look and review of Zoé’s new track, Azul, plus how they’re celebrating the band’s anniversary beyond their “teens.”
By Sandra A. Trevino on March 2, 2018
First Friday Features is a new monthly series that takes a glimpse into the lives of Latino ‘artrepreneurs’ rooted in Chicago. March features Gilberto Castro of BCS Hair Design.
By Terry Carlton on February 28, 2018
I have this thing with top 10 lists, so every month I’ll provide for you my musical power rankings. Who will top Terry’s Charts this year? Follow along, and let me know your favorites …
Natalia Clavier Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Debut Album Nectar with Re-Release on Nacional Records
By Ondas Chicago on February 26, 2018
Clavier made her Nacional Records debut with sophomore album Lumen in 2013.
By Gozamos on February 26, 2018
Chicago Humanities Festival announces their 2018 theme.
By Terry Carlton on February 23, 2018
Minneapolis-based electro crash outfit Poliça and Berlin’s orchestral collective s t a r g a z e took the stage at Thalia Hall, and it was nothing short of spectacular. Music for the Long Emergency and beyond!