La Vida Boheme “Flamingo”

By 03 July, 2014

Venezuela’s La Vida Boheme are truly establishing themselves as one of Latin America’s finest bands. As if their chaotic live show or their critically-acclaimed albums (their last effort was described as redefining Latin American rock) was not enough,... Read Article

REVIEW Loocila – Coclea

By 11 December, 2013

Music like Loocila’s might seem more commonplace in the US indie rock market than in the Latin American one. At times part-Sharon Van Etten, at times part-grunge-era Liz Phair, the Jóvenes y Sexys musician does bring it back... Read Article

REVIEW La Vida Boheme – Será

By 18 June, 2013

La Vida Boheme crashed on the scene in 2010 with the punk rock fury of Nuestra, an album so angsty and so fun that it managed to blow up everyone’s radar. That’s why their sophomore effort Será may... Read Article

REVIEW Bazzerk Presents: Changa Tuki Classics

By 29 April, 2013

Beat hunting French duo Jess and Crabbe have been responsible for compiling genre-defining recordings of the best of the global bass movement in the past two years, most recently their collection of Angolan, Portuguese and South American kuduro,... Read Article

REVIEW Los Amigos Invisibles – Repeat After Me

By 03 April, 2013

Los Amigos Invisibles have been visible in the Latin American musical realm for some time now. The disco-funk rockers from Caracas have worked hard over the past twenty years to create a distinct blend of sounds and musical rhythms.... Read Article

REVIEW La Casa Del Ritmo

By 23 March, 2013

Los Amigos Invisibles have had a charmed career, there’s little doubting that. Out of what sometimes feels like a musical desert they emerged out of Venezuela in 1998 with their first international release (and only second album in... Read Article