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Welcome to the Future – Bajofondo calls it "Presente".

Gustavo Santaolalla is a living legend. From his beginnings as a long-haired hippie-rockero in ‘60s in Argentina, to a relocation to L.A. where he eventually become the most sought-after Latin alternative producer …
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Q&A: Irene Diaz On Love, Music, & Getting Arrested

I’ve been obsessed with singer/pianist Irene Díaz ever since I heard a note slip out of her soulful voice. Her "Tricky Love" single evokes Fiona Apple déjà vu and displays her natural …
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Q&A: Tom Tom Club, Downtown Rockeros

We had a very pleasant conversation with Chris Frantz from Tom Tom Club over the phone. On November 1st, they performed at Brooklyn Bowl, bringing good vibes into town. They’re promoting Downtown …
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Q&A: Domino Saints, "Go Hard or Go Home"

It must be pretty cool to be Domino Saints. The Boricua urban-pop duo is a force to be reckoned with. Formed in 2007, the husband and wife team has achieved what tons …
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Q&A: Tego Calderón, O.G. Keeping It Real

The original urban rapper Tego Calderón is back with a brand new album, Original Gallo del País - O.G. El Mixtape (for those who still don't know what O.G. stands for, shame …
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Q&A: Gaby Moreno, Singing Portraits Through Time

I had the privilege of sitting down with Gaby Moreno, a prolific singer/songwriter who has recently become better known in Latin America due to a duet she collaborated with Ricardo Arjona, which …
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D.Fining w/ Marcela Viejo: The Wookies

Expect to find the unexpected in Mexico City (DF) with Marcela Viejo, keyboardist/vocalist of Mexico's praised electropop ensemble, Quiero Club. Mexico’s capital is a lively, rich, and diverse place where one is …
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Q&A: Kumbia Queers, The Real Queens of Anarkumbia

Around 2007, pretty much at the same time the whole ñu-cumbia phenomenon was starting to jump to international notoriety, a bunch of riot grrrls from different bands and even different nationalities got …
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D.Fining w/ Marcela Viejo: ¡Buen Viaje Chavela!

Expect to find the unexpected in Mexico City (DF) with Marcela Viejo, keyboardist/vocalist of Mexico's praised electropop ensemble, Quiero Club. Mexico’s capital is a lively, rich, and diverse place where one is …
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Q&A: Ondatrópica, Conquering the World with Cumbia

The word on the lips of every cumbia lover worldwide is Ondatrópica; the Colombian super group led by Mario Galeano of Frente Cumbiero and producer/musician Will “Quantic” Holland. The duo brought together …
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D.Fining w/ Marcela Viejo: BLACKFO Q&A

Expect to find the unexpected in Mexico City (DF) with Marcela Viejo, keyboardist/vocalist of Mexico's praised electropop ensemble, Quiero Club. Mexico’s capital is a lively, rich, and diverse place where one is …
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Q&A: More than just Something in Spanish

I always love when I get first dibs on something fresh. Look who’s coming hard with that sassy, disco infused electro-jazz influence and hard hitting, throwback style. The name of these newcomers …
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Q&A: Campo, when Bajofondo meets Cumbia

Juan Campodónico refers to his debut album as “este disquito.” And yes, it might seem like a smaller project within such a prolific body of work, specially compared to the grandiloquent Bajofondo. …
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Q&A: Outernational, Ready for the Revolution

NYC’s future rock band Outernational has been on the road these past few weeks promoting their latest album, Todos Somos Ilegales, a spanglish-rock political manifesto that calls for the eradication of all …
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Q&A: Dani Shivers, The Death of Innocence

There's something about Dani Shivers that really intrigues us as an artist. Weather it's that pure and childlike innocence she carries, or that inner-psycho-witchness persona as seen like in her twee-goth video …
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