Bogotá’s Festival Estéreo Picnic has become one of the top players on the festival circuit when it comes to putting together the planet’s biggest acts along with the most on-trend local artists, and not to mention a good... Read Article
Palenke Soultribe, the Los Angeles-based two-man Afro-Colombian infused electronica collective, have emerged from making new music the studio with a new single and lyric video. “El Retorno” is a song influenced by traditional cumbia sounds fused with synths and... Read Article
Petrona Martínez, one of the most well-known bullerengue singers from Colombia, took the long route to success and fame. It wasn’t until 2002, at age 63, that she was nominated for a Latin Grammy for her “Bonito Que... Read Article
What a World Cup the 2014 FIFA mundial has been so far. Many sports analysts say powerhouses Brazil, Argentina, and Germany, haven’t been at their best, yet all three are set to play in the quarterfinals. Then there’s... Read Article
Do Uproot Andy and Geko Jones ever sleep?
On this new mix from K. Sabroso, the Indianapolis DJ and producer shows once more his credentials in mixing new and old Latin sounds. In particular our ears perked up at the sound of new Colombian electro/champeta groups... Read Article
Brand new video from Palenke Soultribe, the Los Angeles-based Colombians with a taste for mixing their Colombian roots with electronic styles. Their upcoming record Palenke vs. Palenque is a collaboration with Palenque Records, a Colombian record label who... Read Article
Papá del Panasuyo is the second album from Venezuelan Sr. Mendez. It’s an album that shares a certain aesthetic with Mr Pauer’s Soundtrack, released last year by a fellow Venezuelan. They are both full of light grooves, Pacific... Read Article