Last week, we launched our first-ever Remezcla House in Austin, a three-day, members-only social club dedicated to uplifting our favorite Latinx artists. We partnered with Buchanan’s for the three-day celebration, and kicked off with a welcome night featuring local DJ collectives Chulita Vinyl Club and Peligrosa, who shut down the dance floor with the past, present, and future sounds of Texas.
On Day 2, we woke up bright and early for a meet-up with the artists and bookers transforming emerging Latinx music, with sets from NAAFI, Gemel, and Santa Muerte going late into the night.
On the final day, Remezcla House came to a close with Iconográfica, a meet-up dedicated to celebrating the women breaking barriers in the music industry, hosted by Marty Preciado. Later that night, Bombón’s Gracie Chavez hit us with a wave of Houston hip-hop nostalgia, while Girl Ultra and Stefficrown serenaded us with their smooth R&B and Colombian trap. Afterwards, Tatiana Hazel brought her bubbly indie pop to the stage. Reggaeton jefa Riobamba topped off the night with a very special performance from Amara La Negra, who delivered a killer take on “What a Bam Bam.”Bad Gyal closed out the function with plenty of perreo.
Check out some highlights from the three-day party below, and stay tuned for the next Remezcla House soon.