‘Me Estas Matando, Susana’ featuring Gael García Bernal and Verónica Echegui premieres Friday, Feb 24 at the Gene Siskel Film Center. #nuevocinemexicano
By Sandra A. Trevino on January 23, 2017
Whether watching from afar to capture a photograph, or marching and chanting along with thousands of Chicagoans, as participants of this weekend’s historic Women’s March, Alonzo and I also chronicled some moments from this massive gathering. For me, this was an experience I won’t soon forget and I hope it resonated with you as well. […]
I came to support and document yesterday’s amazing gathering. I stand in solidarity with my wife, my mother, my sisters, my nieces and my fellow human beings. Let’s have these outpourings of love every week. Let’s outTRUMP the hate. All photos by Alonzo Alcaraz of Zotography.
By Sandra A. Trevino on January 17, 2017
The film follows the ups and downs of a punk band who hire a musician with Down syndrome who proves to be the key to the band’s success. Playing now through Thursday.
By Sandra A. Trevino on January 10, 2017
Colombian musicians Liliana Saumet and Simón Mejía of Bomba Estéreo have joined efforts with PETA Latino in a new anti-bullying campaign asking people to defend animals. The duo urges people to not be spectators when they are witnesses to any sort of abuse. Compassion is essential. (Currently, the PSA is in español.)
By Sandra A. Trevino on January 9, 2017
With a morning salute to Three Kings Day on Facebook this past Friday, singer-songwriter Ani Cordero debuted a beautiful animated new music video for her song “Corrupcion” (via Billboard) which is featured on her forthcoming album, Querido Mundo. “Corrupción has two levels, a direct level — aimed at politicians in Puerto Rico where nepotism and corruption […]
By Ondas Chicago on December 16, 2016
In an interview with Aristegui Noticias, Mexican pop singer-songwriter Maria Barracuda (Jot Dog) revealed she was attacked. “El individuo me agarró del cuello, del pelo, se me echó encima y me acostó en el asiento. Todo fue rapidísimo. / The individual grabbed me by the neck, from my hair, got on top of me and placed […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on December 16, 2016
Mala Rodríguez is known in the global hip hop circuit as one of the genre’s most innovative and recognized contributors. She will be in Chicago on Saturday, Dec. 31 celebrating New Year’s Eve with a performance at Concord Music Hall. Thanks to Tussoni2 and Goose Island Beer Co., we have a pair of courtesy tickets for one lucky winner.
By Ondas Chicago on December 15, 2016
More than likely if you play music you know about Reverb, the “ultimate marketplace for musicians.” But beyond that, their website features equipment reviews, demos, interviews and even tips and how-to’s. In this case, Chicago musicians Daniel Villareal and Peter Vale (both members of Dos Santos: Anti-Beat Orquesta) share their knowledge of Latin beats and teach us how to […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on December 8, 2016
Is it brazen and controversial? We’ll let you decide for yourself – check out the new video for DE NALGAS “Pare De Sufrir, Pare De Mamar” below.
By Sandra A. Trevino on December 6, 2016
Check out Rabia Rivera’s new video for, Hipsteria, the newest single off her just released album, Luz Purpura.
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 […]