Tag: Cumbia

Don’t Encourage the Primos: Interview with Los Cumpleaños

Los Cumpleaños are the band from Brooklyn that’s eclectic as their futuristic avant-garde electro Bullerengue music. They can only be described as friendly if not fun. Genuine music enthusiasts, the small sample size of music they’ve released so far shows that the only reason they wouldn’t run up to you to say “hi, primo!” is because they’re too busy jamming out.

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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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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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Defining the Borderland: Meet Dulce Mal

A new band is rising on the border with their soft reggae sounds that turn into danceable cumbias. Dulce Mal is a band that brings what it means to be a band along the U.S.-Mexico border, sharing both cultures.

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From Pachucos to Mexicats: 10 Years of Jenny and Her Dudes

International band, Jenny and the Mexicats are celebrating their ten years together. To commemorate, as well as to promote their latest album, Mar Abierto, they are touring through México, Europe, and South America.

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