Chilean singer-songwriter Yael Meyer, who has received a flood of international acclaim with her infused mixture of electronica, pop and folk, is on tour playing select dates in the U.S. before heading to Austin for performances at SXSW.
By Sandra A. Trevino on March 9, 2017
Straight out of a week touring Colombia, Chilean band Mora Lucay prepares to take the stage at SXSW.
By Ondas Chicago on March 1, 2017
The 8th annual California Roots Music and Arts Festival that takes place at the historic Monterey County Fair and Event Center from May 26-28, 2017, announced its day-by-day lineup.
By Ondas Chicago on February 28, 2017
La Dame Blanche presents “Dos Caras” the first single from her third album, produced by Babylotion. The single includes the participation of cumbia master Celso Piña and the rapper Serko Fu,
By Sandra A. Trevino on February 7, 2017
We’re a week away from one of the most watched awards shows on television, The Grammys, which is broadcasting live on Sunday, Feb. 12 on CBS. The event, now in its 59th year, continues to garner all sorts of trending attention which is great for independent artists like Carla Morrison.
The fight for immigrant’s rights has been all too long and full of roadblocks, but despite the massive attacks that we are currently facing, it continues, gaining strength and wisdom from our stories. Filmmaker Mario Contreras documents the struggle through the lens of his family and explores the power of names, both in his family […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on February 1, 2017
House of Vans Chicago will open its doors on Feb. 3 with special live performances from Future Islands, Digable Planets and Chicago-based breakout artist, Noname.
We tend to steer our ears toward Lat/alt sounds because we love the endless variety of music from that ‘genre’ but we also just love to listen to anything that makes us feel. From neo soul to heartfelt gritty blues, we enjoy music that evokes an emotion, a moment in time or that joy and […]
By Ondas Chicago on January 24, 2017
‘Me Estas Matando, Susana’ featuring Gael García Bernal and Verónica Echegui has a second showing from March 31 through April 12 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.