Orange is the title of Pauer’s sophomore album, a collection of fourteen tracks where he plays organic, live percussion and programs modern, lush synths while an array...
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'L.A. Conecta B.A.' is the title of the recently released 7-track debut by Bobo and El Guapo, a well-balanced combination of East LA’ Chicano flow and aesthetics with...
The Argentine singer on inspiration, reclaiming her identity, and the healing power of music.
Mixing traditional Afro-Colombian beats with modern electronic music, 'El Mismo' brings together the world of the past with the sound of today.
Beyond the swamplands of Recife, the mangue beat pioneers are poised for their U.S. comeback at this year's Brasil SummerFest.
The Chilean duo takes the US by storm with its first North American tour. Milton Mahan and Mariana Montenegro discuss writing about love and their upcoming record.
Hear some of the brightest sounds of the underground, from Peruvian indie rockers Cecimonster vs. Donka to Welsh space queen Gwenno.
Now celebrating its fifth year running, Brasil SummerFest has already become the premier platform for forward-looking, Brazilian-based artists to debut their music...
The Alaskan-Argentine brings a star-studded greatest hits compilation 'Songs & Canciones' for all Spanglish lovers, featuring Lila Downs, Calle 13's PG13, and more.
Find out who we're seeing this year at the 16th annual Latin Alternative Music Conference.
Buenos Aires' original and unorthodox party troupe continues to rock.
Hear some of the brightest sounds of the underground, from Manchester psych benders PINS to Santiago's rising pop darling Fakuta.
In a music scene booming with rock and cumbia sounds, Lima's Alejandro y Maria Laura keep it light and folky.
The queer tropipunk pioneers return with a brand new release. Listen to 'Canta Y No Llores" here.
From the album, Sintoniza La. Directed by Daniel Tupinamba.
Tune into some of the brightest sounds of the global underground, from enigmatic Icelandic trio Vök to Texas horror duo Boan.
For this latest Selector installation, ZZK mastermind/CEO El G highlights some of imprint's most buzz-worthy, remarkable tracks. So help keep the party going.
For an artist whose stage name roughly translates to “Big Black Dude B,” you'd think there might be some Public Enemy-level black nationalism in BNegão’s origin story.
Guillermo Bonetto on reggae en Español's trajectory throughout Latin America and beyond, and how Los Cafres went from being underground locals to international...
Which was your favorite featured video this week? Choose between Erik Hassle, Missio, Santi Mostaffa and Gonzalo Brown.