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international relations

Fighting Corruption in Peru with Perra Vida's Hardcore Feminist Punk

"The incredibly high number of femicides, rapes, and sexual exploitation – in conjunction with many other horrible things, it makes you want to collapse and cry. But it can also motivate you to actually do something."
Javier Ibarra
9.18.18
Premiere

Ricarda Cometa's 'Soltá el Bambú' Is a Rhythmic Noise Rock Explosion

The Peruvian-Argentine duo’s new track is built on a stark contrast between noise rock, improvisation, and pure rhythm.
Rafael Villegas
5.9.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Treat Yourself to a New Music Video for Toto's "Africa," With Pablo Escobar

Forget the original. This is the best damn thing we've seen all year.
Sebastián Narváez Núñez
1.22.18
Semana de la Cumbia

In Monterrey, Life Moves to the Rhythm of Cumbia

A chronicle about street musicians in the Mexican city where the genre has most deeply taken root.
Javier Ibarra
1.12.18
Premieres

Danny Ocean Is the New King of Reggaeton

His two new singles, "Dembow" and "Vuelve" show us the future of pop music.
Diego Urdaneta
1.5.18
techno

A Tiny, Drug-Free Room in Colombia Is One of the World's Best Techno Clubs

With an anonymous owner who refers to himself only as “The Entity,” this DIY venue in Pereira has become the epicenter of the country’s most vanguardist electronic movement.
Juan Pablo López
12.26.17
Interviews

"What Happens in Radiohead Is Sometimes Inexplicable": An Interview with Philip Selway

We talked to the drummer of the legendary British band about his solo work and his new album.
Juan Sebastián Barriga Ossa
10.31.17
Noisey

The Medellín Metal Scene Through the Lens of a Brazilian Photographer

Daniel Motta's work documents the life of one of the most important metal scenes in Latin America.
Juan Sebastián Barriga Ossa
10.23.17
Interview

"Who Cares If Rock Is No Longer What It Was?" An Interview with Julian Casablancas

Just before of The Voidz's South American tour, we talked with the rockstar who, scattered as always, philosophised quite a bit.
Juan Pablo López M.
10.19.17