we are back at our most favorite place, Judys restaurant, with a show featuring two amazing live acts:
La Misa Negra:
La Misa Negra is a 9-piece band from Oakland, California that plays a unique blend of 1950s and 60s style cumbia and high-energy, Afro-Colombian dance music. Powered by horn and accordion-driven riffs, a fierce rhythm section, and a vintage Colombian sound, La Misa Negra delivers an electrifying performance that explodes with infectious dance grooves and punk rock energy.
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Odaymara Cuesta & Olivia Prendes are born & raised Cuban artivists, Hip Hop emcees, independent musicians, poets, theater makers & designers representing womyn, immigrants, and queer people of color as a central part of world change...
Hello everyone, an update on dj Mafe she is playing some good pascuas parties this upcoming weekend in Paris, check them out.
Kristy la rAt will be representing Maracuyeah at SXSW Official this year along with extended DJ fam VJ/DJ caliXta (Cumbiasazo / Dale Shine) on Visuals!
Gracias a Sol Collective for the invitation, as they launch their new project Sol Life // Mas Info aqui: https://www.facebook.com/events/1416492828645681/
ALSO: rAt was just featured in this exciting SXSW Sounds and Colours list!:
La SalvadoReina is back and starting 2015 with a new track and music video alongside Salvadoran rapper FenomeDon. La SalvadoReina met FenomeDon at David Amoroso’s Delicado/Violento (Delicate/Violent) art exhibition and hip-hop concert. This event featured a series of portraits by contemporary artist David Amoroso of underground rappers of the DC Latino music scene, who then performed for the art show. Amoroso’s paintings depicted violent postures juxtaposed against delicate backgrounds. FenomeDon and La SalvadoReina bonded over their names (both a play on words), hip-hop and being Salvadoran, which caused them to want to collaborate with one another. FenomeDon has been working with hip-hop artists for many years, but this is his first time adding Cumbia to his music... Read More