All proceeds from the benefit concert LA Loves MX will go to Ambulante, Diego Luna & Gael Garcia Bernal’s campaign to help rebuild México.
By Gozamos on November 6, 2017
We welcome DJ, producer and nu-cumbia pioneer El Dusty to downtown Chicago’s Lite Nightclub on Thursday, Nov 16.
By Señor Lebowski on October 27, 2017
AUDRY FUNK: AUTOGESTION Y RESISTENCIA Reggae influenced Hip Hop en Español! With her latest release, Audry Funk brings forth an evolution of her unique style and lyrical prowess. Known for being socially conscious, a feminist and defender of human rights; this Puebla, Mexico native drops knowledge on the ills of the world in this 12-track […]
The gentlemen behind the Life Project Chicago and Rude Gents talk to us about their monthly Latin music and art showcase at East Room. They’re also sharing some major news!
By Sandra A. Trevino on October 20, 2017
This is a roundup of female artists making moody, gothic, post-punk, #soydarks sounds.
In response to Donald Trump’s most recent Twitter tirade.
By Sandra A. Trevino on October 10, 2017
SXSW 2018 featured and keynote speakers have been announced!
By Ondas Chicago on October 10, 2017
UChicago’s Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts launches its first Logan Center Bluesfest on Friday, October 13 with a double-bill concert featuring Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio and Wee Willie Walker.
By Ondas Chicago on October 5, 2017
Yebo Music and Mexican Institute of Sound (Instituto Mexicano del Sonido) are excited to share the music video for the lead single “Mi T-Shirt de la NASA.”
We had the distinct pleasure of attending and listening in on Solange Knowles talk with acclaimed writer Britt Julious as part of the MCA Talks Series.
By Xavier "Xavi" Luis Burgos on September 28, 2017
While desperation is brewing in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María, anger is reaching a boiling point in its Diaspora. Is it finally time for independence?
Chicago knows this Oaxacan artist for his annual alebrije workshops. Now his ancestral hometown needs your help!
By Guest Author on September 21, 2017
Since the tragic earthquake that struck Mexico City on Sept. 19, they have seen what little government aid that had reached rural Oaxaca be diverted to send to the devastated areas in Mexico City. They are therefore continuing their campaign to bring relief to San Dionisio. More information on their efforts can be found here: https://www.gofundme.com/oaxaca-earthquake-relief