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LAMC 2014 Days 2, 3, 4: Winners and Losers

Photo courtesy of LAMC. The LAMC came and went, giving us a sampling of what’s happening in Latin alternative music, highlighted experimental acts that don’t play NYC nearly enough (sup, crowd favorites Juana …
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Free Download: Que Bajo?!'s "Suriname Ting" [USA]

Que Bajo?!'s dynamic duo (Uproot Andy and Geko Jones) are definitely no strangers to the sounds of tropical South America. For this new, free, two-sided single they hooked up with African music …
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The REsaca Report: Day Drinking at BRIC House

This weeks REsaca Report took us to the brand new BRIC house building in Fort Greene. Set on Fulton Street, the stark white, slightly vulgar Grecian columns were hard to miss, as …
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Give to Sandy and Party for Democracy

Twitter: @BarbotRobot We're throwing a party tonight, NYC, and we want you there. It's not just a party, either, but a social action - a civic duty, if you will. Only appropriate to …
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Remezcla Retrospective: QUE BAJO?!

Que Bajo?! kicked off in 2008, and Remezcla's love affair with the resident DJs of this monthly NYC party extends back to the early days. Now, as Geko Jones and Uproot Andy …
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Cinco de Mayo: NYC Guide

Hey, guys, did you know Mexico won its independence on September 16th? And NOT May 5th? Crazy, right? Well, now that that's settled, we can go on with our Cinco de Mayos …
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ALT+INDI: The New Miami Scene Part 1

Sponsored by: ALT+INDI is the Last Word in Independent Latin Music. Sponsored by Heineken and produced nationally in cultural landscapes like New York, Miami, and Los Angeles, each episode pairs up home-grown artists …
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Reading Reggaeton

As controversial as it is catchy, reggaeton has proven itself to be one of the most exciting and influential global pop forces to emerge in the past decade.  Since the early 2000s, …
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Introducing… Geko Jones

Brooklyn-bred DJ Geko Jones is bringing some of the most exciting new music from Latin America (and the world) to his home borough with a Tuesday weekly called Que Bajo. He and …
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