Just when you thought summer was over, Los Angeles based DJ, Frank Leopold, drops his “Duro Summer” Mix. Causing us to remember, “aw nah we ain’t finished!” There’s hard hitting indie electro, brazilian booty bass, and even some tribal guarachero for… well those of you that like that ish.
This morning we woke up to find this litte ditty in our inbox. It’s a remix of sorts made by d3nDRON for Ableton’s “Beat the Clock” contest… and a pretty awesome submission! We say “remix of sorts” because obviously there are samples from other bands. As part of the contest, Soundcloud partnered up with music […]
We spend a lot of time on the Radio show talking about bands from Latin America & Spain that choose to sing in English. Breaking it down, dissecting it, analyzing the pros and cons. Even so far as accepting that this, “Bad Ingleesh” movement is producing better music year after year. Well what about the […]
Finally some new tunes from one of our favorite bands in the Mexican Indie Rock scene! Sophomore album curse need not apply. This one is great! Listen for yourself.
Uno de los descubrimientos mas impactantes del 2011, fue el cantautor de Mexicali, Juan Cirerol. He not only has an unforgettable voice, but he’s hard at work creating a revival movement for straight ahead corridos. It’s a sound that caught the ear of many newfound fans, including organizers at SXSW & Vive Latino. 2012 is shaping up […]
NOS LLAMAMOS NOS LLAMAMOS INDEPENDIENTE 2008 This is an oldie but goodie… from way back in 2008. The band is comprised of members from Jessy Bulbo’s backing band as well as Damian Perez of Los Negretes. The album is an exploration into well crafted psychodelic-noise rock. Descargenlo. Es Gratis.
424 SDE ACOUSTIC SESSION CLAP CLAP RECORDS 2011 Costa Rican indie rockers, 424, recorded a special acoustic session for us back in October of 2010. The only place you could hear it was through our podcast on iTunes. But after the success of their video Mapas y caminos on MTV (#1 on MTV – Latin […]
LOS NEGRETES MEXICO CITY BLUES INDEPENDIENTE 2010 Los Negretes, one of our favorite Mexican bands, had to pull out of attending SXSW this past week. Unfortunately, it was that dreaded four letter word which often plagues latin american bands visiting the U.S. that got them. visa. To make up for it, they’ve allowed us to […]