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John Leguizamo Loves Swedish Waffles

Twitter: @CineSnob When it comes to food, actor John Leguizamo considers himself a pretty adventurous guy. It’s easy to be when you live in New York City and can order in just about …
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Interview: Producer Andres Celis on Ana Tijoux's Vengo

Twitter: maryangelrox A sonic boom of folk and hip-hop, Ana Tijoux’s Vengo has imploded our ears and ignited our consciousness. A roots-heavy combination of traditional Latin American instrumentation and old-school beat samplings create …
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Interview: Oso Leone, In Search of Spaces [ESP]

TWITTER: @Kiddieriot With a reverb-drenched minimal sound, Mallorca’s Oso Leone has become one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the past year, wowing not only the Spanish-speaking world but also international outlets …
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Interview: Bam Bam, May they Rest in Peace [MEX]

It’s hard to imagine a band like Bam Bam existing in today’s world of creatively challenged, precociously hyped bands. For more than half a decade, the Monterrey psych-rock band furtively carved a …
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Interview: The Many Lives Of Leandro Fresco

There’s a really good chance that you know Leandro Fresco even though you don’t know Leandro Fresco. Fresco has been writing and recording experimental electronic tunes on his laptop since the age …
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Q&A: La Santa Cecilia Takes Phoenix

Last time La Santa Cecilia came through Phoenix was to play at the Stylos Awards, back in 2008. Now in 2013, they are gracing the city with their presence as the featured …
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Interview: Federico Aubele, The Cinematic Stuff

Federico Aubele is the true master of Latin down-tempo electronica. With eclectic influences that range from tango and bossa nova to dub, the globetrotting Argentine has been seducing us with his mellow, …
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Interview: Enrique Bunbury, Noticing The Awakening

It's been three years since Bunbury released a new album and now the singer-songwriter is about to release his eighth solo studio album---Palosanto---on October 29th. When we recently sat down with Bunbury, …
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Interview: ZOÉ, Music in 2013

Mexico’s ZOÉ has been in existence since 1997, winning over audiences with their spacey psychedelic-infused pop rock. With over 2 million tickets sold, a loyal fan base, a documentary on the way, …
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Interview: 3BallMTY, From Under the Overground

It was only a few years ago, back when tribal guarachero was still a marginalized sound from Mexico’s ghetto rave scene, that nobody thought that this unique hybrid of guaracha, cumbia, pre-Hispanic …
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