El chavo del 8 played every morning as I had breakfast before school and sometimes Dinosaurious. I remember I had a very early curfew of 8:00pm which is when dragon ball Z would air on Canal 5 so my brother and I would sneakily watch it in our bedroom until our mom would catch us.
I think working with The Marias would be really sick. Our styles would mesh well together. I would also like to produce a track for Natia the God. I feel like there would be unexpected chemistry there.
Óscar Alfonso Castro, better known as Caloncho, visited the city of Ángeles this past Monday at The Roxy headlining night seven of Jingle Bell Roxy
Making Movies create music that transcends genres and breaks down the walls of injustice targeting the Latinx community today.
In Y La Bamba’s new EP, Entre Los Dos, Luz Elena Mendoza continues to inwardly examine intimate parts of her life and experiments with unique arrangements that evoke feelings of melodramatic clarity.
Although their name might imply otherwise, the trio that composes LA Witch doesn’t cast spells.
A new project formed in the heart of Tijuana, bringing funky basslines and wavy synths that captures the feeling of a psychedelic dream.
Cultural responsibility can be a heavy weight to bear. We are confined into categories and feel the pressure and expectations requested of us on a daily basis. A generation of young adults and kids throughout the U.S. and Latin America all caught between our roots and the modern age. It is this very sentiment that is expressed in kind in the work of the L.A. based creative, Johnny “Zurdo” Quintanilla, where he takes his style to a different level.
Monterrey’s indie-synth-pop group is creating waves across Mexico and conquering the ears of every listener.
Get to know the contemporary Mexican clothing company.