Brazil All the cuts from this episode of Radio Pocho come from beautiful Brazil. From Samba, Bossa Nova, Tropicalia, Funk and Boogaloo, Brazil demonstrates is deep rich history of music. Special guest BK-One joins us in the studio to share some of his favorite records and tracks from his new EP Tema do Canibal.
Joy and Pain On this episode of RP we hit you with your Brazilian leftovers from the previous show and drop some bachata and classic funk by Ray Parker Jr., Earth Wind and Fire, Gap Band, and Maze feat. Frankie Beverly.
We are Troy Davis feat. Quetzal Special guest Quetzal Flores from the L.A. based group Quetzal joins us on Radio Pocho to share exclusive tracks from their upcoming album Imaginaries. He also discusses the connection between activism, art and change.
With music from Cajmere, Chaka Khan, Frankie Ruiz, Curtis Mayfield, Rigo Tovar, Raices and others…we keep reclaiming roots through musica.
“Wil-Dog of Ozomatli” Yo yo yo wait a minute…wait a minute….on this episode of Radio Pocho we feature special guest Wil-Dog of the group Ozomatli. He hits us with a special guest set of music including: The Clash, Public Enemy and a nice Mexican banda cover of Bob Marley’s “Is This Love”
Wil-Dog talks to us about balancing the creative process of a large band like Ozomatli, traveling the world as cultural ambassadors for the State Department and an upcoming children’s ablum.
Additional music by Radiohead, Ocote Soul Sounds, Wu-Tang Clan, Kool & the Gang, Zo! & Phonte, y mucho mucho mas…