If there’s one thing I can recall from the classic Disney movies I watched as a child, it’s this: all fairytale princesses can sing impeccably. Whether it was Snow White creating melodies with the birds in the forest,... Read Article
Putumayo is a region in the South-West of Colombia. It’s also the name of a worldwide record label. For some reasons I had never personally tied these two bits of information together, until a friend (thanks here goes... Read Article
We’ve made no secret of our love for Kali Mutsa, a new artist from Chile mixing sounds from her country with Asian and International influences, and a completely way of singing. We’re therefore pretty blown away by her... Read Article
I have, over the last couple of weeks, had the opportunity (and legal necessity) to get out of Santiago and see some of the rest of this part of the world for a bit. Of the two trips... Read Article
Nobody knows where the Chancha train is going, but regardless of where the journey leads us, one thing is very clear: it’s not going in circles. Pablo Canale took his artistic moniker from the train line that does... Read Article
Known as “the roof top of the world” due to its high elevation in the Andes mountains, Bolivia is a melting pot of indigenous and hybrid forms of music and cultural values. Although sixty percent of the country’s... Read Article
November 14 marked a milestone in the history of the Andean region as it was 229 years since the indigenous leader Tupak Katari was sacrificed.