Bolivia

REVIEW Gabor

By 25 March, 2016

The opening shot of this documentary is of a man in an oxygen mask. It then cuts to the statue of Columbus standing atop his column on the Barcelona seafront, extending a digit in the direction of the... Read Article

Carmen Rosa: The Fearless Cholita Wrestler

By 07 July, 2015

The indigenous Aymara people have been discriminated against since colonial times and make up the second largest ethnic group In Bolivia. The Aymara’s knowledge of the land, ability to adapt to modernisation, and extensive trading networks have ensured... Read Article

REVIEW Various Artists – Luzmila Carpio Meets ZZK

By 02 July, 2015

Luzmila Carpio is a legendary indigenous Bolivian singer, famous for digging deep into Andean folklore in search of musical inspiration and as a way of resisting the tide of modernization that has come with ‘five centuries of colonization’.... Read Article

‘Luzmila Carpio Meets ZZK’ Released

By 04 March, 2015

This past week ZZK Records most definitely dropped one of their most interesting releases yet, an EP paying homage to the great Bolivian folk singer Luzmila Carpio. For the release ZZK asked El Remolón, Captain Planet, Chancha Vía... Read Article