REVIEW Arthur Nogueira – Brasileiro Profundo

By 06 June, 2022

At a moment when Brazilian pop is embracing its local-rooted genres more than ever, and the expression “Brasil profundo” (“deep Brazil”) has even been marketed by brand campaigns, Arthur Nogueira’s latest album title, Brasileiro Profundo, might not come... Read Article

REVIEW Daniel Villareal – Panamá 77

By 20 May, 2022

Forever famous for its canal and straw hats, Panama could be creating some kind of drumming legacy: Billy Cobham, of course, and now Daniel Villareal, a celebrated sticks-man on the Chicago jazz and Latin scenes who was born... Read Article

REVIEW Jorge Drexler – Tinta y Tiempo

By 10 May, 2022

Jorge Drexler is a creatively scientific riddle. The Uruguayan-born, Madrid-based, medical degree-holding songwriter has carved a career out of exploring the boundaries and frontiers between love, science and everything in between. His latest album, Tinta y Tiempo, is... Read Article