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Thursday, 18 September 2014 06:00

Song of the Day: 'Giovana' by Milly Majuc

Hailing from Masaya, Nicaragua, Milly Majuc fuses ska, reggae, Latin music and contemporary rock in ways that few bands would dare, let alone imagine. Just try to keep from dancing along to the track "Giovana."

Published in Music News

Washington D.C.-based band Empresarios and Colombia-born artist Ephniko fuse the fiery sounds of salsa with the rhythms of hip-hop and reggae to create "Canto a La Vida," a reworking of Héctor Lavoe’s well-known song, "El Cantante."

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There's nothing quite like the spice of Latin-funk music, rich in vitality, infectious in beat. All Good Funk Alliance manages to capture all of those musical pleasures in a remix of Samba Soul's classic song, "Mambo #5."

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Don't be fooled by the opening of "Maladrino" -- Eugene Hütz hasn't gotten soft. He's just setting up what's to come: a giddy sing-along in some cantina south of the border of the borderless world of crazed, speed-punk polka drinking music that is Gogol Bordello.

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Latin-infused dance music doesn't get much more insanely catchy than "Como Te Vas" by Oakland, Calf. band Trails and Ways. For the bilingual among you, this is an "oreja gusano supremo."

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Hipster jazz, old-school electronica, classic hip-hop and Latin soul all come together in the sound of Elastic Bond and its debut album "Real."

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Carlos Jove hosts "Latin Hemispheres" every Sunday from 1-3 a.m. Central, providing a variety of Latin tunes for late-night listeners.

Published in Inside KDHX
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 06:00

Charting the Music: Calexico, 'Algiers'

Inescapably cool, Calexico's approachable "Algiers" blurs the lines between Americana, rock and Tejano.

Published in Music News

As the audience roared and gave Los Lobos a standing ovation, guitarist Cesar Rosas joked, "You know we're Los Lobos? Not Los Lonely Boys right?" The St. Louis crowd, fully aware of who they were about to see, were genuinely thrilled and the air filled with electricity.

Published in Reviews

A year and six months after the release of his Latin Grammy award-winning album "Chucho's Steps," Chucho Valdés continues to leave an indelible impression on Latin jazz.

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