Juana Molina’s musica heads to another dimension. Plus, a new video for her single, Cosoco.
By Catalina Maria Johnson on April 9, 2018
The renowned Cuban pianist brings to Chicago a message of hope for dreamers of all ages
I have this thing with top 10 lists, so every month I’m providing my musical power rankings. Who will top Terry’s Charts this year? Follow along, and let me know your favorites of 2018…
Review of Vuelven, A Horror Fairytale by Issa López (Playing April 6 and 8 at Chicago Latino Film Festival 2018)
By Sandra A. Trevino on April 5, 2018
Vuelven will be shown as part of the Chicago Latino Film Festival on Friday, April 6 and Sunday, April 8 at AMC River East 21 Theatres.
REVIEW/PHOTOS: Presenting the latest release “El Paradise,” Los Amigos Invisibles gave us a run through of their 26-year musical career with hits like “Mi Vecina,” “Sexy,” “La Que Me Gusta,” and tracks off the new album.
By Sandra A. Trevino on April 4, 2018
Take a listen to “logos” the newest release from Dos Santos Anti-Beat Orquesta.
By Gozamos on April 3, 2018
At this year’s CLFF 2018, this group of recommendations includes films from Brazil, Guatemala, México, Paraguay and Venezuela.
We Do Movies by Kelvin Wilson and his review of Rapture.
Moogest 2018 in Durhman, NC, takes place May 17-20 in North Carolina, a tribute to analog synthesizer pioneer Dr. Robert Moog.
A Look At Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Puerto Rico and Spain (Chicago Latino Film Festival 2018)
By Gozamos on March 28, 2018
At this year’s CLFF 2018, this group of recommendations includes films from Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Puerto Rico and Spain.
Five influential Hip-Hop en Español artists out of Spain worth listening to.
“I can’t imagine making music during any other time. Genres are constantly reinventing themselves and I feel lucky to have so many contemporaries that are pushing the boundaries on the music that I love.”