Vice: Where are you from?
After some fruitless searching I crossed the road and walked past a guard into the building with the unlit “SOAR” sign I hadn’t seen during the first drive-by.
Vice: Ay caramba, look at you.
Sonideros are commonly described as the club DJs of Mexico. Towards the end of the 1950s, they began to liven up neighbourhood dances, block parties, and popular salons in Mexico City.
Photos by Tony SolisStyling, hair, and makeup by Roberto Sanchez for Te Amo
Tepito is one of the poorest and most dangerous areas of Mexico City. It's been a black market since time immemorial.
Vice: Who are you and what are you doing here?
We grabbed a Mexican who we found doing capoeira in a park with a bunch of Brazilians and dragged her around three of London's best Mexican takeaway joints.
Vice: Hi Jenny, what brought you to Australia?
Vice: Do people joke around with your name?
Vice: Why did you come to Toronto from Mexico?