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100 Latinx Indie Songs You Need To Stream Now

Today we’re closing out Hispanic Heritage Month with 100 songs from rising Latinx indie bands you need to listen to now. Many of the Latin bands and artists on this playlist are very well known and have laid down some serious influence on the music and lives of others. Here’s just a few of the […]

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Hot Artist Alert: Elena Rose is a supernova of energy and color in her new video “No Voy A Cambiar”

Elena Rose might only have a handful of singles out but the Latin singer/songwriter has already made a deep impression with her breathlessly spirited anthems. Her latest single, the emphatically passionate “No Voy A Cambiar,” puts Rose’s larger-than-life enthusiasm on display as she raps over the song’s buoyant melody in a vibrant tri-color coat and […]

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Premiere: Straddling Childhood & Adulthood, EMÆL Debut “3/4 In” off forthcoming LP

As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to a close, Grimy Goods honors local group EMÆL, led by Emmanuel Ventura-Cruess. The Fullerton native is half-Mexican and has a bunch of new music ready for all to hear. Last month, the band released a new single, “THREE60,” an even-tempered yet mystical indie rock tune, and today they have […]

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The Ford Presents Solidarity for Sanctuary
The Ford Presents Solidarity for Sanctuary celebrating the music of Selena with performances by Omar Apollo, Las Cafeteras, San Cha and more

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Solidarity for Sanctuary digital festival on Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Ford theater! RSVP to this free event here and watch all the sensational action live via Facebook and / or YouTube from the comfort of your home. Co-curated by grassroots organizers, the Solidarity for Sanctuary festival brings together some of […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Mon Laferte
Mon Laferte and Alejandro Fernández duet on “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor” a love letter to Mexican culture

Mon Laferte and Alejandro Fernández duet on “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor” a love letter to Mexican culture

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Daniela Andrade
Daniela Andrade’s end of summer jam “Puddles” is perfect for the oddest summer in memory

Honduran-Canadian artist Daniela Andrade’s songs, and by extension her music videos, have always had this ability to slip us into the most sublime of fever-dreams. Her newest single “Puddles” finds Andrade in a similar role: jamming out to her own music in public, a staple of any Andrade music video. While previous films were shot […]

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Steven Ward |