This week on Alt.Latino, we're all over the place in a good way. From rock 'n' roll to electro-tropical sounds to Chilean pop to Mexican punk, we've got all your musical needs covered.
This week, Alt.Latino invites writers from the Latin blog world to share the stories they've been following over the last month. We also listen to classic music from Cafe Tacvba, Ruben Blades, Los Tigres del Norte and more.
Join us as we hear new sounds from across the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking world. From legendary Brazilian band Os Mutantes to Cuban legend in the making Danay Suarez, we've got your musical bases covered.
The gifted Puerto Rican rapper visits Alt.Latino to discuss history, music, culture and politics. And, of course, he plays a generous assortment of music to put his past and present in context.
This week on Alt.Latino, we highlight amazing young artists from Argentina, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Mexico. Highlights include Raquel Sofia, a future star who currently sings backup for Juanes, and a new solo work by Thievery Corporation vocalist Natalia Clavier.
This week on Alt.Latino, the Guatemalan author joins us to discuss his latest book, The Polish Boxer. Hear a conversation about Guatemala, Judaism in Latin America and, of course, music.
Kick back with Alt.Latino for Argentine cumbia, Venezuelan rock, Chilean pop and Mexican jarocho.
Coffee is present throughout Latin song, but it's rarely just about a cup of joe. The drink, its colors and its flavors are often used as ways to discuss sociopolitical realities.
Coffee runs through the veins of Latin America. This week on Alt.Latino, hear some of the songs the drink has inspired.
Alt.Latino celebrates National Poetry Month with Herrera, who discusses the songs that shaped him.