What's Love Got To Do With It: Alt.Latino On The Villains Of Valentine's Day
A Bolivian Folk Singer Walks Into A Portuguese Dance Club...
This Week On Alt.Latino: Chilean Rock, Colombian Soul And Some Texas Punk
History Goes To The Illustrators: 'A Contrarian History Of The United States'
Lalo Alcaraz and Ilan Stavans' new book isn't just hilarious; it's also important. Like all good history books, it makes a point to say something important about the present and the future.
Saudade: An Untranslatable, Undeniably Potent Word
The Portuguese term saudade, which embodies a particular mix of melancholy, longing and loss, has no direct equivalent in English. But it does find full expression in bittersweet music. Singer Luciana Souza and producer Beco Dranoff join Felix and Jasmine to help explain what saudade means.
Starting 2015 On The Right Foot: An Alt.Latino Dance Mix
NPR's Otis Hart stops by to spin some hot new Latin electronic dance music.
An Alt.Latino Christmas, With Cantigas In Concert
Celebrate the season with songs from across the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking world. D.C.-based choral group Cantigas joins us live in NPR's Studio 1 for a program of holiday music that's a perfect soundtrack for digesting 2014 and celebrating the arrival of the year to come.
The Best of 2014: Alt.Latino Listeners' Picks
Hear The Songs Alt.Latino Missed In 2014
So much fantastic music comes across Felix's and Jasmine's desks that a lot ends up getting left out of the weekly show. This week, they share some of the artists they feel they unfairly neglected in 2014.