Remezcla started as a grassroots project among writers and creatives that was led by co-founders Claire Frisbie, Nuria Net, and Andrew Herrera. We shared one common point of view: there were so many great stories about new Latin music, culture, and events that no one was covering. Traditional Latin media was not for us. We were called “alternative,” but to us, what we were covering was our new mainstream. Along the way we met so many like-minded friends in other cities and countries that it sparked a movement. Answering “What is Remezcla?” is difficult for me because what started in living rooms and coffee shops among friends has grown to be so much more; today we reach millions of readers and have built a brand that goes beyond our publication.
Though the vision has evolved, we are still very grounded in our mission to be the most progressive media brand that puts emerging Latin culture on the map. The right way.
Since 2008, Remezcla has been headquartered in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with offices in Los Angeles and Mexico City. Remezcla is considered the most influential media brand for Latino Millennials with national and international audience in the US, Latin America, and Spain. We operate as a digital publisher, creative agency, and entertainment company.