Tag Archives: Remezcla

What’s A Superclásico? Football Rivalries In Latin America

I’ve been working on a monthly column for Remezcla titled Your Guide to Clásicos De Fútbol Rivalries. Since February, I’ve been writing about the rivalry between a pair of teams in Latin America (with one exception for the FC Barcelona/Real … Continue reading

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Spanish Post-Punk & New Wave

The past few weeks of work for Remezcla have yielded a wonderful surprise: a revival of post-punk music at the hands of Spanish musicians. Bands such as Antiguo Régimen are bringing back tracks with thick, metallic bass lines: That’s a … Continue reading

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Ondatrópica : Colombian Supergroup Spans Generations Of Cumbia

Ondatrópica is a supergroup from Colombia that represents the face of cumbia, the traditional music of Colombia, today. The group is led by Mario Galeano of Frente Cumbiero and Will “Quantic” Holland who gathered more than 40 musicians, veterans and … Continue reading

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Keeping Up With The Frodashian

The past few weeks have been pretty busy for me. I have a number of things I’m working on as well as a number of things that were recently published in LA Weekly and in Remezcla. Check ’em out below! … Continue reading

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Highlights of the Week: Big Sir, JotDog, Gustavo Galindo

Three of my stories went up this week: Big Sir Had Serious Health Scares. So They Made an Album About Life and Death. Right around the time they were finishing their last album Und Die Scheiße Ändert Sich Immer, they both … Continue reading

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