Nueva Canción

REVIEW Camila Moreno – Mala Madre

By 09 July, 2015

If John Everett Millais’ Ophelia was left in the swamp to drown with her clothes on, Camila Moreno’s zombie-sirena will stand up from the water unscathed and uncensored, determined to haunt the world with her songs and evolving... Read Article

REVIEW Ani Cordero – Recordar

By 30 April, 2014

Recordar, to remember, is a bold statement. In a period, which has lost and is continuously losing its tutelary deities, with no replacements appearing on the horizon, to recall and reinterpret the meaningful voices of South American nueva... Read Article

REVIEW Chico Trujillo – Gran Pecador

By 27 August, 2013

Sometimes I feel as if Chico Trujillo were a band born to alleviate the current lack of troubadours in contemporary Latin American music. This is not to say that there aren’t (hip hop, cumbia and folk artists have... Read Article

In Profile: Mercedes Sosa

In Profile: Mercedes Sosa

By 26 August, 2010

When it comes to Latin American revolutionaries, Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevera, without doubt, is the name that most people think of immediately. However, hailing from the same hometown was a little niña that not only sang her left-leaning songs... Read Article