Tag Archives: US

Preview: Las Cafeteras @ Rich Mix (London, 2nd August 2017)   

Preview: Las Cafeteras @ Rich Mix (London, 2nd August 2017)  

If “they were President”, we would be simply euphoric. We’d be living in a sweet-sounding open-minded and welcoming world where tradition and innovation merge, and urban and folksy go harmonically side-by-side. That’s Las Cafeteras’ music world and that’s what they’ll bring to the UK between the end of July and...
Interview: Las Cafeteras [April 2017]

Interview: Las Cafeteras [April 2017]

There is a time proven bond between music and reincarnation, of birth and rebirth, and of historical ancestry (Aztec soldiers, for example; who died in battle, were thought to be reincarnated into hummingbirds.) With jarana, requinto jarocho, zapateado, tarima, quijada, and several other instruments, Las Cafeteras, a band of six,...
Playlist: Sergio Mendoza – Orkesta Mendoza

Playlist: Sergio Mendoza – Orkesta Mendoza

As you probably have already understood, we genuinely love Orkesta Mendoza sound… So we made our way upstream and tried to understand where their artistic inspiration comes from. We asked Sergio Mendoza (the banda leader) to reveal to us some of his music influences and most-beloved tunes and the following playlist represents,...
Review: Telefon Tel Aviv @ The Jazz Café (London, 24th March 2017)

Review: Telefon Tel Aviv @ The Jazz Café (London, 24th March 2017)

Pulling you in by your collarbone, Telefon Tel Aviv defines electronica, and takes it to a level that makes their performance a memorable one. Performing live at the Jazz Café Camden, one look at Joshua Eustis‘ audience will tell you that he defines originality and diverse connection, cuttingly new age, yet...
Interview: Sergio Mendoza – Orkesta Mendoza (March 2017)

Interview: Sergio Mendoza – Orkesta Mendoza (March 2017)

In a month’s time, on the 21st of April, London will be blown away by the sound of Orkesta Mendoza. Rich Mix and La Linea 2017 will be hosting the first date of the band’s UK tour and its energetic vibes built on a Pan-American repertoire that welcomes Latin American styles and...
Your ticket to… Salsa

Your ticket to… Salsa

In 1970s New York salsa emerged, conquering the world in just a few decades. Caribbean migrants (mainly Puerto Rican, Dominican and Cuban) were at the heart of the Latin community, bringing musical styles such as cha cha chá, son, guaracha, mambo, bolero, plena, bomba and even Latin jazz. This breeding...
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