Archive for the ‘Music’ Category

This Week’s Music: Community

-Paraná by Tus Amigos Nuevos

-Police in Mototaxi by Kuto Killa Selectah

-Cock the Hammer by Cypress Hill

-Fuck the Police by J Dilla

-Black Cop by KRS-One

-Police & Thieves by The Clash

-Novias feat. Javiera Mena by El Guincho

-Si te contara by Rubén González

-Fresa y Chocolate by José María Vitier

-Yo viviré by Celia Cruz

-El Negro Bembón by Cortijo y Su Combo

-Distant by AFXJIM

-El Mato Un Policia Motorizado vs G – Tronic (Jimi Needls) by Villa Diamante -Por Amor Al Baile

-Blue Ridge Mountains by Hurray for the Riff Raff

-Rebel Girl by Bikini Kill

-Body Electric by Hurray for the Riff Raff

-I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s All Right) by Hurray for the Riff Raff

-El Titan by Willie Colón

-Pesadilla by Little Jesus

-Los Voladores by Sottomayor

-Hospital Salvador by Protistas

This Week’s Music: Afro-Latino

-Beiba by Andy Palacio & The Garifuna Collective

-EL POWER Cumbia (Afro Kumbe Remix) Ft. Locos por Juana by Kanye West

-Timbales y Bongo by Mongo Santamaria

-You Ain’t a Killer by Big Punisher

-Afro Blue by Mongo Santamaria

-Afro-Sound (Remix) ft Palenke Soultribe by Locos por Juana

-Africana (Prod. by Yeti Beats) by Los Raka

-Yau by Aurelio Martinez

-Nando by Aurelio Martinez

-Milaguru by Aurelio Martinez

-MidNight Cumbia (Afro Kumbe Remix) by M83

-Afro Cuban Ritual by Mario Bauzá

-Relax and Mambo by Machito

-Drume Negrita by Instituto Mexicano del Sonido

-Garifunasty by K. Sabroso

-Hoy Es by Café Tacuba

This Week’s Music: Gaming the System

-Juego De Seducción by Soda Stereo

-Los Bajos Vibran En Mi Pecho (EsaMiPau! Remix) by Mariel Mariel

-Super Mario Bros. “Ground Theme” by Koji Kondo

-The Traveler by Martin O Donnell & Paul McCartney

-A Strange New World by Brian d’Olivera

-Viva Tirando by El Chicano

-Es-Toy by Mexican Institute of Sound

-Otra Era by Javiera Mena

-Juegos y Miedo by Gaby Moreno

-Karma Police (Radiohead Cover) by The Bad Plus

-Tele-Vco by Nortec Collective pres. Bostich+Fussible

-Corazón de Metal by Jotdog

-El Jardín by Kali Musta

-Cristobal by Devendra Banhart

-Saint Tropez is Not Far by Plastilina Mosh

-Indio by Pumcayó

-Berlín by Little Jesus

-Jardín by AVEPEZ

-Robot Love by Los Amigos Invisibles

This Week’s Music: The More You Know

-Uno Sueña by Entre Ríos

-Para Quererte A Ti ft. Juan Camilo Agudelo by Kiko Villamizar

-Caer by Buscabulla

-Holy Soul by Salt Cathedral

-La Remolacha by Kiko Villamizar

-The Answer Lies Within by Puma Pumku

-Valicha by Drugo

-Soul Streets by DJ Raff

-Juste Une Chanson by Dom La Nena

-Bailar (con Linda Mirada) by Cineplexx

-Apu Yaya by Ed Bird

This Week’s Music: Quality Control

-Firewalker by Jungle Fire

-Ahora La Alegría by Papanegro

-Lumen by Gruppo Musica Insieme Di Cremona

-Étude In A-Flat Major, Op. 25, No. 1 “Aeolian Harp” by Vladimir Horowitz

-Feeding the Chickens by Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra

-Nightshot by Faca

-Día A Día by Nubla

-La Vida Tómbola by Manu Chao

-Baby by Devendra Banhart

-De Hombre A Hombre by Gotan Project

-Tormenta by Alex Anwandter

-Dulce Fé by Monte Rosa

-Flavour by 29th Street

-Soul Sacrifice by Santana

This Week’s Music: Taboo

-One Eyed Fool by Girl In A Coma

-Chicha Sunrise by Makina

-Valentin by David Buchbinder & Odessa/Havana

-Insane in the Brain by Cypress Hill

-Oye by Noraida

-Bye Bye by Cero39

-King of Rock by Run D.M.C

-Jam Master Jay (instrumental version) by Run D.M.C

-Twilight by The Luis Bonilla Quintet

-Rosa Morena by Yeahwon Shin

-Don Aleja by The Echocentrics

-The Traitor by Menahan Street Band

-Ciervos by ASTRO

-El Magazo by Gustavo Pimentel

This Week’s Music: Home

-Alta Farra (instrumental) by Bondi Blaster

-Prince of Peace by Ocote Soul Sounds

-Home (feat. Alexa Narvaez) by Jorge Narvaez

-Cuando Esperas La Calma by Union Cinema

-Evil Ways by Santana

-No Muere Mi Son by Soneros Del Valle

-BlimBlim by Curumin

-Ti-Pi-Tin by Mariachi

-The Three Caballeros by Mariachi

-Corazon de Melon by Hermanas Benitez

-The Revolt of the Cockroach People by Ocote Soul Sounds

-The Girl Is Gone by Caramelo

This Week’s Music: Give and Take

-Una Bala En Medio De La Nada by Medio Hermano

-Tokuta by Jungle Fire

-Instinto by Kirino Con Su Tres

-Camina by Orishas

-Borrón by Orishas

-El Paso De Encarnacion by ¡Cubanismo!

-Mi Generacion by Lone Star

-La Candela (Prendela) – A Tribute to Juan Formel Y Los Van Van by Yerba Buena ft. Orishas

-A lo Cubano by Orishas

-Mano Eu Vou Ali Comprar Um Chá – Parte 2 by Sombra

-Orishas llegó by Orishas

-Tengo La Voz by Nortec Collective

-Por Eso Mato by Mala Rodríguez

This Week’s Music: Targeted

-La Chorra by Caloncho

-Lengua Lengua (Radio Edit) by PALO!

-Enough by SLV

-Afuera by Caifanes

-Caribe Atómico by Aterciopelados

-Bombay by El Guincho

-Brooklyn Cumbia by Uproot Andy

-Nefertiti by Protistas

-Despegarte de Mi by Farmacos

-Aliento Jarocho by Milmarías

-Lanza Perfume (feat. Francisca Valenzuela) by Orquesta Discotheque

-Que Se Mueran by Romeo Santos

-Chinito tuerto (instrumental) by Alberto Azul

-Nocturno by Bajofondo

This Week’s Music: Birth and Re-birth

-Sinfonia Agridulce by Mexican Institute of Sound

-Trigger by Maluca

-Invaders by Tentacles

-Tu Loco Loco y Yo Tranquilo (Roberto Roena Cover) by Buscabulla

-Ese Hombre Es El Che Guevara by Alberto Iglesias 

-Landscape by Alberto Iglesias 

-Crosses by Jose González

-The Body Breaks by Devendra Banhart

-Won’t You Come Over by Devendra Banhart

-Para Arriba by Jacinto de Yeah

-El Pescador by Banda Magda

-Mentalidad Televisiva by Los Prisioneros

-Me Vieron Cruzar by Calle 13

-Cuna De Vida by Making Movies

-Moviembre (El Bigote) Instr. by G-Flux

This Week’s Music: Islands

-Guantanamera by Celia Cruz 

-I Got Life by Calma Carmona

-IMAMOU LELE by Boukman Eksperyans

-Donde Estara by Antony Santos

-Sin Ti No Puede Estar Tan Mal by Ximena Sarinaña 

-Hawaii by Astro

-Panini Pua Kea by Cyril Pahinui

-Playita by Bill Yonson 

-Yo Vengo a Ofrecer Mi Corazón by Silvana Kane

-Penélope (feat. Mana) by Draco Rosa

-Carribean Poewr by Bomba Estereo

-Interlude by Irene Diaz

-Siempre Quiero Más (Featuring Heidy) by Rafi El

-Salchichón Primavera (Sonidero Choridub) by Bondi Blaster

Bondi Blaster – “Salchichón Primavera” (Sonidero Choridub) from Bondi Blaster on Vimeo.

This Week’s Music: The Fear Of…

-El tiempo muerto by Músculo!

-Canto A La Vida (Empresarios Remix) by Ephniko

-Milagro by La Mecánica Popular

-Iglesia de San Miguel Canoa by Los Macuanos

-Muerte by Making Movies

-Somnium by Rodrigo y Gabriela

-Death by Ritualz

-St. James Infirmary by Preservation Hall Jazz Band 

-Cruz De Olvido by Lila Downs

-Sólo estoy sobreviviendo by El Cuarteto De Nos

-River Deep by Paola Rogue 

-Misa Oaxaquena by Lila Downs

-I Love You Too Much by Diego Luna and Gustavo Santaolalla

-I Will Wait by Diego Luna, Joe Matthews, and Gustavo Santaolalla

-Tengo La Voz by Nortec Collective 

-No encuentro las palabras by Panorama

-21 de Agosto by Felicia Morales

This Week’s Music: Service

-Melt by Wannabe Jalva

-Vigilia de las aves (con Javier Barria) by Julian Mayorga

-Rocky Road by Augustus Pablo

-Skylarking 2 by Augustus Pablo

-Apague Mi Mente by Carla Morrison

-Baby (Warpaint Cover) by Celesta en la cesta

-De amor y de guerra by AVEPEZ 

-The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan by Chris Zabriskie

-¿Quien? (Suite) by Juana Molina

-La Batalla (feat. Federico Pacheco) by Cilantro Boombox

-Miracle by Wannabe Jalva

-My Blues Riding All The Waves by Señor Faraon

-Lo decidí yo by Juana Molina

-What Up? by Héctor Guerra


Ana Tijoux: Music And Motherhood

Last year, Chilean hip-hop artist Ana Tijoux gave birth to her second child, a baby girl she named Emilia after her mother. At the same time, she was working on her third studio album, Vengo, and the experience of motherhood deeply affected the songwriting on the album.

Ana speaks with Latino USA about how becoming a parent changes your life forever, even when you are a music star.

Check out “Vengo,” the first single and title track from Ana’s new album.



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#1416 – Music Lessons With Bill Cosby

It’s a special episode of Latino USA. The legendary Bill Cosby joins host Maria Hinojosa to talk about his love of salsa music and the musicians who made it. We learn about Tito Puente and other musicians who helped shape Latin jazz, and find out why calling the music “Salsa” might be all wrong in the first place. We reflect on how Mr. Cosby’s work welcomed Latinos and other immigrants to the American family. And we hear life lessons from a nearly 100-year-old Rumba player.




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