Arts & Culture

LatinoAltROCK!….Nuestra musica, nuestra cultura desde Uruguay, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Inglaterra, Los Angeles y Las Vegas.
Un set dedicado al Peyote Asesino y la evolucion de 2 de sus miembros.
Y un especial de media hora sobre Lee Scratch Perry, con la participacion especial de: Marcos Romero tambien conocido como DJ Rey Azucar
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This week Radio Antilles goes LatinoAltROCK! brought to you by Raúl Escobar, Pablo Miranda, and Nicole DeRung. They’ll get you jammin’ with everything from rock, reggae, punk, ska, hip-hop, samba, dance, indie, and fusions of many Latino and world sounds.

Hosts: Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

Guests: Sarah Bellamy, Pam Colby, Amy Rummenie, Nick Shillingford

The Amen Corner, Fertile Ashes, Out Twin Cities Film Festival
Compleat Female Stage Beauty, Harvey Milk Day March & Rally

The final segment of Kristina's conversation with Zorongo Flamenco's Susana di Palma, as well as tangos old and not so old.

On tonight’s episode of Radio Pocho, hosts Miguel Vargas & Daniel Topete bring in guest DJ, Rambo Salinas, back from his sabbatical in San Antonio, TX. He’ll gives the lowdown on up-and-coming artists in SanAnto, as well his usual repertoire of Chicano funk & soul 45s that he throws down at HotpantsMinneapolis Minnesota.

Live from Minnesota presents…

Maria Isa and Los Nativos Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Conga Latin Bistro
Produced by Daniel Zamzow

Born and raised in the Twin Cities to NuyoRican parents, emcee, singer, and songwriter Maria Isa is celebrates her cultural diversity through music and political activism. In 1992 she started her performing arts education at El Arco Iris Center for Arts, forming Raices in 2002 with other advanced students to conserve their ancestral Puerto Rican folklore music. Following her nomination in 2006 for the Minnesota Music Award’s Best Hip-Hop Artist category, she released her first independent album “M.I. Split Personalities” in May of 2007, and later her sophomore studio project, “Street Politics.” Maria performs in the Twin Cities, Puerto Rico and nationally.

Los Nativos formed in 1996 and was one of the original groups in Rhymesayers Entertainment. The St. Paul duo of Felipe Espinoza-Day (Felipe Cuauhtli) and Jermain Ybarra (Chilam Balam) produce music with a conscious message, integrating Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk, Rhythm and Blues, Tejano, Mariachi, Salsa and Cumbia to deliver a style all their own. Los Nativos was nominated by the Minnesota Music Awards for Best New Band in 1996, Best Hip Hop Group in 1999, and Best Hip Hop Recording in 2003. They perform locally and nationally.

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