Known as one of the originators of the tropical bass movement that emerged from Latin America in 2007, El Remolón has always been finding... Read Article
Our seventh installment of the Colombian Music Vault features a perfect blend of old favourites and newer discoveries. From the... Read Article
Will Huddleston caught up with the directors of Pelé to discuss how they approached making their documentary about Brazil’s legendary... Read Article
Peru’s Bareto have rarely sat still. Since bursting into existence as a funky ska band, they then fell head over... Read Article
NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk’ Concert Series for Heritage Hispanic Month Begins with Diamante Eléctrico and Juanes
Since the pandemic began NPR’s much-loved Tiny Desk concert has increasingly moved away from the desk space at NPR towers... Read Article
REVIEW 2DE1 – Emersão
Faith in what's to come: 2DE1 trace a path of hope for the future of Brazil with their new EP, Emersão.
On The Margins – Brazilian Music Round-Up (Cadu Tenorio, Thiago França, Chelpa Ferro, Kiko Dinucci, Psilosamples and more)
Oh, some pretty hilarious scenes these past few weeks, with the media building up to fever pitch the pro-Bolsonaro (and... Read Article
London's Pride parade may have been cancelled for the second year running, but Argentine film 'One in a Thousand' brings together a multitude of queer characters in a joyful celebration.
I figured there was some interesting videos I wanted to share with you all, but didn’t realise quite how disparate... Read Article
Peruvian filmmaker Claudia Sparrow’s first documentary film, MAXIMA, presents corruption, resistance and an indigenous Peruvian farmer’s fight for dignity against... Read Article
REVIEW Dr. Drumah – Nu-Konduktor
Anyone familiar with Dr. Drumah‘s extensive back catalogue may be a little surprised by the new album. The numbers are... Read Article
Back in 2012 the complexion for Latin American electronic music was very different. Electronic cumbia was into its stride, and... Read Article