The repertoire bounced between folk Americana, to waltz, to high-speed joropo, to cha cha cha, to gypsy folk, to Venezuelan merengue. There was never a dull moment at this concert at the Red Poppy ArtHouse in San Francisco.... Read Article
Latin Music in New York
In February Riobamba and Uproot Andy launched a new collaboration, Bien Buena. This monthly Red Bull Radio show is an opportunity for the two producers/DJs would to show off their latest musical discoveries from Latin America and the Latin... Read Article
MAKU Soundsystem, an eight-piece immigrant band based in New York, mix Colombian beats with American funk, jazz and hip hop. With roots in Barranquilla, Bogota, the Bronx and Savannah, GA, MAKU’s new album brings a powerful and honest sound... Read Article
If October is an indication of what’s in store for the global bass, tropical, Alt-Latino, and AfroColombian scenes in New York City leading up into the winter, then the Big Apple is going to be cooking. This Saturday (Oct.... Read Article
New York City was the place to be this past weekend for those interested in the African roots of Latino cultures thanks to the third edition of the Afrolatino Festival NYC. The three-day event, which took place from 10-12 July,... Read Article
Fresh from dropping their Sin Fronteras debut album the NYC-based Brooklyn Gypsies have now got a brand new video for the title track. With a name like Brooklyn Gypsies it’s no surprise that the group play an eclectic... Read Article
Colombian supergroup Ondatrópica made their US debut at the Lincoln Center Out Of Doors Festival in New York City on July 27.