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Review: araabMUZIK’s Hypnotic For Professional Use Only 2 LP

Dominican-Guatemalan producer araabMUZIK released his latest album last week, For Professional Use Only 2, a follow-up to the mixtape of the same name. The release’s 24 instrumentals revolve around bridging trap’s distinctive …
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Album Review: Emfasis' Husky LP [MEX]

Twitter: @Kiddieriot While there’s still a large underground network of hip-hop artists producing amazing music, I sometimes miss the sound of nineties indie rap. The obscure samples and grainy beats that served as …
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D.Fining: La Vox Humana [PROFILE]

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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D.Fining: Quiero Club @ El Oro [CONCERT REVIEW]

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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D.Fining: Recovering From Corona Capital

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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D.Fining: Mutek Festival 2012 Review

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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Photos: Caifanes @ Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC

¿Serán los dioses del rock en tu idioma? If any song can turn a raging mosh pit into a cumbia dance floor of hyped-up rockero fans, it's Caifanes' "Negra Tomasa." We've all heard …
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Album Review: Zechs Marquise is Getting Paid

Puerto Rico via El Paso, Texas' prog/psychedelic ensemble, Zechs Marquise, can be considered to be a musical family affair, as three of the members of the band, Marcel, Marfred, and Rikardo Rodríguez-López …
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Remezcla Recap 2009

Another year has flown by Remezcleros! I know we're all eager to bust out the New Year's Resolutions that may or may not only last us through February, but before we start …
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Luchando for the Best Mexican Food

We’ll admit that when it comes to Latin dinning in the city Mexican is far from your best bet. And by this, we mean below the lowest of the low. Anyone from …
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Replay: Devendra Banhart, R-Tronika

We know you've been waiting, and as always we deliver. Remezcla Replay gives you the rawest reviews on the latest artists. We will enlighten you with these amazing, although sometimes dreadful artists …
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La Linea

Drug films face the same argument that anti-war films face; in showing the actions of the characters, they end up glamorizing the very thing they are trying to denounce. In La Linea’s …
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Bajo La Sal

Before Bajo La Sal, I had wondered aloud, when will Mexico’s weirdo’s get their chance, where’s their movie? The murders in Ciudad Juarez have captivated the nation for more than a decade …
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La Milagrosa

Colombia has endured one of the region’s most prolonged and deadliest conflicts in the Americas.  While there have been other films about the conflict, few have captured the pain, fear and sense …
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Our Top 5 LAMC Moments

The Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) just ended their 10th edition here in the Big Apple. Although much more low key than years past and less attendees (blame the economy?) and celeb …
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Tony Manero

One of the biggest defenses for going to the movies is that the experience offers us an escape from our daily lives. Who doesn’t want to escape from their lame jobs and …
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All Inclusive

Families have been fodder for movies since their inception and while the idea hasn’t been original in a long time, some films have the power to, if not to transcend conventions, then …
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Meet Juan Perez Head

If I can sum up my views towards Meet the Head of Juan Perez it is this: AWESOME! Seriously, how can you hate a movie which has a bunch of fatsos traumatizing fellow …
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Unmade Beds Closes the SF Film Festival

The first time we saw Argentinean director Alexis Dos Santos step into the spotlight with his debut film Glue (2006) he introduced us to a world in a small desert town, a …
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A Rudo y Cursi Cinco de Mayo

After nuestro Gael-cito got “sick” this past Sunday and stood up las futboleras de Remezcla for a friendly cascarita, we ended up settling for a pre-screening of Rudo y Cursi and Q&A …
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