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Lechuga Zafiro & C 1080 re-contextualize candombe on F5’s long-awaited debut
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Lechuga Zafiro & C 1080 re-contextualize candombe on F5’s long-awaited debut

“Surco” is a drum masterpiece which is giving new life to a powerful tradition from the south. C 1080 is the musical alias of Silva brothers, the fifth generation of a candombe drum ensemble from south Montevideo in Uruguay, and […]

Howie Lee’s “Socialism Core Value”: Chinese Popular Music Vs. Hybrid Club
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Howie Lee’s “Socialism Core Value”: Chinese Popular Music Vs. Hybrid Club

Dude, SoundCloud is blocked in China. Howie Lee’s SoundCloud description Imagine for a second a place where pop songs and folk songs are written only to the glory and honor of the Chinese Communist Party. Imagine that a producer in […]

“Putivuelta Compilación Vol.1”, global and local
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“Putivuelta Compilación Vol.1”, global and local

The first compilation, from the eponymous label Putivuelta, collective and Colombian nights based in Bogota and gathering among others Ynfynyt Scroll, K_Hole Kardashian, SISTER Y BROTHER or Baby Estupida, Putivuelta seeks to create an imaginary future where genres disappear, in […]

Why Kablam’s LP “Confusía” is a masterpiece
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Why Kablam’s LP “Confusía” is a masterpiece

Kablam aka Kajsa Blom – brilliant Swedish producer – comes, as we all know, from the punk and metal scene in a rather feminist and anarchist fashion. On May 26, Kablam self-released her album Confusía. Her previous album was released […]

Subreal, the new label launched by Siete Catorce and Amazondotcom
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Subreal, the new label launched by Siete Catorce and Amazondotcom

SUBREAL is a brand new label founded by Siete Catorce (Marco Polo Gutierrez) and Amazondotcom (Stella Ahn), based between Mexico City and Los Angeles. Its vocation is to dedicate itself to unique and out of the ordinary musical projects. They […]

Tygapaw, “a journey of the queer black womxn experience”
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Tygapaw, “a journey of the queer black womxn experience”

While all over the world we are about to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots [1] against a backdrop of pinkwashing and political “tolerance”, the New York label Fake Accent is releasing an EP to handle with care. […]