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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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Nancy Sanchez
Nancy Sanchez shares a pandemic-era single for Dia de los Muertos with “La Maldita Bruja”

On the heels of her newest album La Gran Civilización, Mexican-born singer/songwriter Nancy Sanchez has refused to relent and has shared a haunting new single in the form of “La Maldita Bruja.” Reworking a Dia de los Muertos classic and redefining those iconic females roles that emerged from it, like La Llorna, Sanchez manages to […]

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Michi Reflects on Isolation in New Single “Escondida”—Sugarbaby EP Due Oct 16

If you’re haunted by regrets, Michi might be able to help. Her new single will appear on her debut EP, Sugarbaby, due out October 16th, which is already shaping up to be a delicious release. The Los Angeles native released her first single last summer, and every sound since has been just as groovy. Case […]

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Rudy De Anda Shares New Song “Espume” off forthcoming album ‘Tender Epoch’

Rudy De Anda’s upcoming debut album — Tender Epoch — is a beautiful, glimmering sea-foam green surface, like the sun lighting up the ocean. It’s inviting and deep, and diving in gives you a rush of something familiar while being in a completely new place. With the release of De Anda’s new single, “Espume” the […]

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Move Over Bruce Wayne, It’s Time for “Batimami”—New Single from Mami Sandunga & Chaboi

A new superhero has entered our realm. Get Robert Pattinson out of your head because our new savior is Mami Sandunga & Chaboi, and their new track, “Batimami.” It’s a club anthem (minus the club), fueled by Chaboi’s fusion trap production, that begs listeners to dance. This is the first joint single the duo has […]

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Angelica Garcia says wear your roots in new video for single “JÍCAMA”

In the video for her new single “JÍCAMA”, Angelica Garcia stands with a Mexican flag draped around her shoulders and offers up a lucid command: Wear your roots. A defiant stance in today’s climate of xenophobic attempts to erase immigrant and minority identities woven into American history and culture, Garcia wears the pride she has […]

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Loyal Lobos teams up with Teddy Geiger for new track “Criminal”

LA based songstress Loyal Lobos has just released a track that could fit on your morning headphones, your afternoon chill playlist, or with your evening glass of wine. In collaboration with hitmaker Teddy Geiger, and Evan Voytas, ‘Criminals’ is a grateful ode to platonic love and the intricacies that come with it. Sit back and […]

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Reyna Tropical
Reyna Tropical pay tribute to the world’s bodies of water and life on sublime new EP Sol Y Lluvia

A sublime blending of Afro-Mexican textures, melodies and reggaeton beats, duo Reyna Tropical have released their second EP Sol Y Lluvia. Dedicated to the “bodies of water and the communities around the world affected, damaged, and polluted by the systems around them,” Sol Y Lluvia finds a certain bliss in its lo-fi mix of stark […]

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Y La Bamba shares new song “Rios Sueltos” off Forthcoming EP — Tour Kick Off at KCRW Summer Nights Aug 10

Crossover hitmakers Y La Bamba are back with a new single from a brand new record as well as fresh tour dates that begin right here in LA. “Rios Sueltos” is colorful both sonically and visually, considering the accompanying clip; it will appear on the band’s next EP, Entre Los Dos, due out September 20 […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Premiere: Crow’s Debut Single “Go” Reminds You That Settling Is Not an Option

Argentinian/American electro pop artist and multi-instrumentalist Crow has released her much-anticipated debut single “Go.” Within the first few seconds it’s clear that she is a creative powerhouse. She flexes her vocal range á la Lorde over a haunting, layered track that includes sultry bass lines punctuated by tribal sounds and resounding drums. But the music […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |