Articles Tagged with: weekly

Borderline Latin: Los Plantronics, Hecho en Noruega
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Los Plantronics, Hecho en Noruega

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Listen: Quiero Club – “Hablar de Más” (Abolición de la propiedad soundtrack)
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Listen: Quiero Club – “Hablar de Más” (Abolición de la propiedad soundtrack)

In this weekly column, Marcela Viejo of Quiero Club takes you on her musical quest to find Mexico City’s rare gems and obscure scenes via reviews, interviews,…

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Borderline Latin: Leningrad
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Leningrad

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Björk and Telenovelas
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Björk and Telenovelas

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: David Lee Roth, Eat ‘Em and Fail
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: David Lee Roth, Eat ‘Em and Fail

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Why Borders? Watcha Clan
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Borderline Latin: Why Borders? Watcha Clan

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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D.Fining: Pellejos, Rock Rudo, Sucio y Chingón
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

D.Fining: Pellejos, Rock Rudo, Sucio y Chingón

In this weekly column, Marcela Viejo of Quiero Club takes you on her musical quest to find Mexico City’s rare gems and obscure scenes via reviews, interviews,…

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Borderline Latin: Infected Mushroom, Shrooms for the End of the World
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Infected Mushroom, Shrooms for the End of the World

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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D.Fining: Entrevista con Gepe, por Marcela Viejo
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

D.Fining: Entrevista con Gepe, por Marcela Viejo

In this weekly column, Marcela Viejo of Quiero Club takes you on her musical quest to find Mexico City’s rare gems and obscure scenes via reviews, interviews,…

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Borderline Latin: The Latin Kings of Sweden
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: The Latin Kings of Sweden

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Nema Problema, a Turbobalcanic Mix from Italy
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Nema Problema, a Turbobalcanic Mix from Italy

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Anselmo Crew, Húngaros’ Style (Free Download)
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Anselmo Crew, Húngaros’ Style (Free Download)

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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D.Fining: La Vox Humana [PROFILE]
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

D.Fining: La Vox Humana [PROFILE]

In this weekly column, Marcela Viejo of Quiero Club takes you on her musical quest to find Mexico City’s rare gems and obscure scenes via reviews, interviews,…

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Borderline Latin: Sheena Easton, ’80s MILF
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Sheena Easton, ’80s MILF

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Willie Nagasaki, Corazón de Puerto Rico
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Willie Nagasaki, Corazón de Puerto Rico

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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

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

In this weekly column, Marcela Viejo of Quiero Club takes you on her musical quest to find Mexico City’s rare gems and obscure scenes via reviews, interviews,…

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D.Fining: Recovering From Corona Capital
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

D.Fining: Recovering From Corona Capital

In this weekly column, Marcela Viejo of Quiero Club takes you on her musical quest to find Mexico City’s rare gems and obscure scenes via reviews, interviews,…

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Borderline Latin: Tom Tom Club – “Kissin’ Antonio” (free mp3)
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: Tom Tom Club – “Kissin’ Antonio” (free mp3)

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: DeLeon, Rock en Ladino
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: DeLeon, Rock en Ladino

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: John Lennon in Almería
[REMEZCLA MUSICA]

Borderline Latin: John Lennon in Almería

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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