Making Movies Talk New Single, Collaborating, and Rubén Blades

Making Movies are wrapping a year of monumental success. With that year coming to an end, the cumbia rockers just released a single and in an interview reflected on working with legend Rubén Blades and their music in 2019.

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Nightmares On Wax Announce Tour For 'Smoker's Delight' 25th Anniversary

Nightmares On Wax released tour dates starting April of 2020 as a 25th anniversary of their monumental album, Smoker’s Delight. The dates will run the whole month of April starting in the UK and ending in the US.

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Meet Cayey Cicada, the Bilingual Indie Pop Artist from Puerto Rico

Cayey Cicada is a rising star in indie/pop/rock, partially because of his melodic and calm beats, but also because of the eclectic blend that his music transmits. With his latest single, “Numb,” he stepped further into the spotlight with his EP set for release in the winter.

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Making Moving Announces Show with Rubén Blades Along with Single

The immigrant rock band Making Movies, originally from México but established in Kansas City, Missouri, released a new single titled “Accidente.” They band has also announced an upcoming show with Rubén Blades in Mexico City at the Auditorio Nacional.

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Ximena Sariñana Will Perform for the First Time at the Latin Grammy’s

Along with her two Latin Grammy nominations for her 4th album. ¿Dónde Bailarán las Niñas?, Ximena Sariñana will perform for the first time at the award show on November 15th.

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Can’t Tell Them No: An Interview with Summer Cannibal’s Jessica Boudreaux

With 2019 winding down, Portland punk-rockers Summer Cannibals celebrate not just the release of Can’t Tell Me No, their first album via Tiny Engines and with their current lineup, but are also on pace to play nearly 130 shows after almost nonstop touring.

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Blaenavon Album Out Tomorrow

The London-based band Blanaevon has a new album, Everything That Makes You Happy, out tomorrow after months of anticipation. The sophomore effort serves as testament to mental health outreach, love, and patience after frontman Ben Gregory reached out to fans to wait as he struggled with his mental health.

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Punk Director Hits the Road: Interview with James June Schneider on New Rock-Doc

James June Schneider is director with such deep punk “cred” or roots that run deep from the punk scene in Chile to Washington D.C. The punk director hit the road is now on tour for screenings of his new film, Punk the Capital, that follows the origins of punk in the capital through bands and acts like Minor Threat and Bad Brains.

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Panteón Rococó Will End “Infiernos” Tour at Tropicalia Fest 2019

Panteón Rococó is wrapping up a 16 date tour that is sure to go down in rock history, selling out most of the shows and performing near two hour sets every time. The “Infiernos” tour in Los Angeles on November 9 will wrap up the tour for the monumental Mexican band.

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Alejandra Guzmán Presented Her New Album, “Live at the Roxy” at the Arena CDMX

Legendary rocker, Alejandra Guzmán, presented her new album, Alejandra Guzmán: Live at the Roxy, at the Arena CDMX. She kicked off the night with her classic hit, “Mírala, Míralo.” The album which features two new songs, is now available on digital formats as well as CD and DVD.

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Enjambre Release Second Single From Upcoming EP

The band from Fresnillo, Zacatecas, Mexico rose to prominence in a short amount of time, only a few years having played their first show in the iconic Mexican venue El Pasaguero. Now, they play venues like Teatro Metropolitán, Auditorio Nacional and Palacio de los Deportes, one of the biggest venues in Mexico where they played for the first time in 2015 and will be returning to at the end of November.

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Alex Lahey Shares “Unspoken History” Acoustic Video

Alex Lahey is in the midst of her North American dates in support of her latest album, The Best of Luck Club. As the tours roars on, she has released a video of her playing a stripped down acoustic version of the album’s centerpiece track, “Unspoken History.”

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‘Una Comunidad de Mujeres Chingonas,’ An Interview with Teri Gender Bender

Le Butcherettes are no longer the small and rambunctious band from Guadalajara and El Paso opening up for the Deftones or the Mars Volta. Now they’re the ones headlining a world tour and featuring superstar artists like Mon Laferte  and Alice Bag on their album.

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From an Empty Bar in Marfa: An Interview with Motel Radio on their Debut Album

Today marks the one month anniversary of Motel Radio’s debut album, Siesta Del Sol. The album, whose title comes from a song the band heard together at a bar in Marfa, TX, is the band’s debut album.

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Club Night, ‘What Life’ Review

It becomes difficult to point out the standouts in the track listing due to the fact that each song on the album is split into sub-songs of their own, however, never taking advantage of the time they are given, Club Night fills each corner of the time they are given with beautiful instrumentation and lovely vocals to accompany.

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PUP’s ‘Morbid Stuff’ Album Review

Canadian emo/pop-punk band, PUP, have released their third full length album titled Morbid Stuff, a title that more than describes this album as a whole. Within the opening moments of the album, PUP delivers a lyrically angst filled with ridiculously dark and somewhat humorous situations the protagonist gets involved in.

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New Aterciopelados Video is Eccentric & Colorful

The iconic Colombian band, Aterciopelados, have released a collaboration with renown Colombian photographer, Ruvan Afanador. The video for “Tu Amor Es,” was an impromptu experience in Bogota with Afanador who has photographed people like Oprah, Hilary Clinton, Bjork, and others.

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The NTVG Audiovisual Album is Out Now

The Uruguayan band, NoTeVaGustar, released their audiovisual album, Otras Canciones. The album spans over the band’s whole career, celebrating 25 years together and features artists such as Julieta Venegas, Jorge Drexler, Draco Rosa, Catalina García (Monsieur Periné), Flor de Toloache and Hugo Fattoruso.

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Maya Stoner’s ‘Gray Pop’ is a Product of Love and Resilience: An Interview

Maya Stoner is the musician creating gray pop. Her dark lo-fi sounds mix with her poignant and personal lyrics to create music that serves as a catharsis from toxic relationships and sexual assault. She embodies the DIY spirit, helping run Good Cheer Records, a music label out of Portland, OR, and is a college student on top of the music career.

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The Mythical Tale of ‘Guava Island’ & How the People Won Their Day

A master of the rise, Guava Island illustrates just what Donald Glover has been continuously striving to communicate to his fellow dreamers to keep fighting for their dreams by using himself, his music, and his culture to convey this message.

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Priests Share New Single, Album Out April

With their latest album set for release on April 5th, Priests have released a new single, “Good Time Charlie,” ahead of their upcoming album The Seduction of Kansas. This latest track is was inspired by Charlie Wilson.

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Mdou Moctar Releases New Song Ahead of Album

Mdou Moctar, the Nigerian virtuoso, has released another track from his upcoming album, Ilana (The Creator). The new track, “Wiwasharnine,” is one of the album’s standouts and one of the more popular tracks from the album in Niger. The album will be out March 29th via Sahel Records.

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Louise Lemón Announces Debut Album and New Single

Louise Lemón announced her debut album and accompanied the announcement with the release of the single, “Not Enough.” Her album, A Broken Heart is an Open Heart, will be out March 15th via Icons Creating Evil Art.

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Estrella Panameño, Cienfue Estrena Sencillo en Ingles Fascinante

Cienfue, también conocido como Camilo Navarro Quelquejeu, ha estrenado su debute en Ingles, “Life in the Tropics.” El sencillo viene su nuevo album, y su primero que sera en Ingles. El sonido único y original de Cienfue muestra una mezcla eléctrica de genero y crea una sensación autentica de tropical psicodélico.

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3x Latin Grammy Winning Aterciopelados to Attend Grammys for Nomination

The iconic Colombian band, Aterciopelados, were nominated for Best Latin Rock, Urban, or Alternative Album for Claroscura. The band will be in attendance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards this Sunday, now having been nominated for the fourth time.

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The Panamanian Rising Star, Cienfue Released a Mesmerizing English Debut Single

Cienfue, aka Camilo Navarro Quelquejeu, has released his English language debut, “Life in the Tropics.” The track comes from his upcoming album which will be his first ever in English. Cienfue’s unique sounds shows an eclectic blend of genre that create a true psychedelic tropical sensation.

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Flamingods Invite You On a Colorful Psychedelic Road Trip

The UK psychedelic band, the Flamingods, have announced their latest album Levitation will be out via Moshi Moshi. The album announcement comes along with a video single for the track, “Marigold,” which follows the Flamingods taking a road trip to Nizwa, Oman.

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Emma Ruth Rundle Announces Tour Dates, Premieres Documentary

Emma Ruth Rundle has announced tour dates with Thou, and MONO, starting tomorrow. But along with the tour dates, Rundle has also released the documentary she made on her 2017 album On Dark Horses which came out on Sargent House.

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CHAI Share New Song and Video Month Ahead of New Album

CHAI, the Japanese four piece, released the latest track from their forthcoming album, PUNK which will be out March 15th on Burger Records. The video for the newest track, Choose Go!” was directed by Team Makensei, a Japan based creative collaborative.

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Foxygen Announce New Album

Foxygen, the band of Sam France and Jonathon Rado, released “Livin’ a Lie,” their newest track to announce their new album: Seeing Other People. The album will be out April 26th via Jagjaguwar Records. The album takes the band in a new direction being entirely written and produced by the band in Sonora Recorders in Los Feliz, CA.

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Homeshake Shares Final Single Before Album and World Tour

You can now listen to Homeshake’s “Another Thing,” the latest and last track from his upcoming album Helium, which will be out February 15th via Sinderlyn. Homeshake, the project of Montreal based Peter Sagar, will follow the release of his album and embark on a world tour.

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