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Q&A: Irene Diaz On Love, Music, & Getting Arrested

I’ve been obsessed with singer/pianist Irene Díaz ever since I heard a note slip out of her soulful voice. Her "Tricky Love" single evokes Fiona Apple déjà vu and displays her natural …
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City Sessions: 3Ball MTY [VIDEO]

Experience our fourth installment of Remezcla Música's City Sessions. This time it's with our favorite Mexican collective, 3Ball MTY. In this exclusive video, we catch up with darling boys Erick Rincón, Sheeqo …
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Q&A: Tom Tom Club, Downtown Rockeros

We had a very pleasant conversation with Chris Frantz from Tom Tom Club over the phone. On November 1st, they performed at Brooklyn Bowl, bringing good vibes into town. They’re promoting Downtown …
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Q&A: Domino Saints, "Go Hard or Go Home"

It must be pretty cool to be Domino Saints. The Boricua urban-pop duo is a force to be reckoned with. Formed in 2007, the husband and wife team has achieved what tons …
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Profile: Lalo Yunda – Latino Ink Master

Speaking to New York-based tattoo artist and musician, Lalo Yunda, we confirm that music and tattoos go hand in hand --they're part of the same subculture than they ever were, especially in Latin …
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Q&A: Tego Calderón, O.G. Keeping It Real

The original urban rapper Tego Calderón is back with a brand new album, Original Gallo del País - O.G. El Mixtape (for those who still don't know what O.G. stands for, shame …
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Q&A: Gaby Moreno, Singing Portraits Through Time

I had the privilege of sitting down with Gaby Moreno, a prolific singer/songwriter who has recently become better known in Latin America due to a duet she collaborated with Ricardo Arjona, which …
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Q&A: El-Haru Kuroi, Here Comes The Rooster

El-Haru Kuroi (The Black Spring) is the unsung hero of LA’s Latin music scene. While many artists in the area are updating the traditional sounds of cumbia, son jarocho, etc. with slightly …
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Q&A: Kumbia Queers, The Real Queens of Anarkumbia

Around 2007, pretty much at the same time the whole ñu-cumbia phenomenon was starting to jump to international notoriety, a bunch of riot grrrls from different bands and even different nationalities got …
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Q&A: Ondatrópica, Conquering the World with Cumbia

The word on the lips of every cumbia lover worldwide is Ondatrópica; the Colombian super group led by Mario Galeano of Frente Cumbiero and producer/musician Will “Quantic” Holland. The duo brought together …
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D.Fining w/ Marcela Viejo: BLACKFO Q&A

Expect to find the unexpected in Mexico City (DF) with Marcela Viejo, keyboardist/vocalist of Mexico's praised electropop ensemble, Quiero Club. Mexico’s capital is a lively, rich, and diverse place where one is …
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Exclusive Video Interview: Monsieur Periné

The spirit of this Colombian Dixie-swing septet goes that Monsieur Periné, a nomadic bohemian frenchman, travels to the coast of Colombia and falls in love with other gypsies alike. That's kinda how …
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Q&A: More than just Something in Spanish

I always love when I get first dibs on something fresh. Look who’s coming hard with that sassy, disco infused electro-jazz influence and hard hitting, throwback style. The name of these newcomers …
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Q&A: Campo, when Bajofondo meets Cumbia

Juan Campodónico refers to his debut album as “este disquito.” And yes, it might seem like a smaller project within such a prolific body of work, specially compared to the grandiloquent Bajofondo. …
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Q&A: Outernational, Ready for the Revolution

NYC’s future rock band Outernational has been on the road these past few weeks promoting their latest album, Todos Somos Ilegales, a spanglish-rock political manifesto that calls for the eradication of all …
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Q&A: Linda Mirada, Her time and remarkable progress

Madrileña pop songstress Linda Mirada delivers a remarkable, and more polished sound in her latest sophomore Con mi tiempo y el progreso. With a raved-about debut, China Es Otra Cultura (available in …
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Guadalupe Plata: Exclusive Video Interview

After learning about Ubeda-based, bottle neck blues trio Guadalupe Plata, we were wowed with the band's intricate bluegrass style and musical presentation. We immediately grabbed the three of them after their performance …
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