The seventeenth edition of the Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) took over New York City this week from July 6th to 9th.
Mexrrissey, a band made in Mexico City reinventing Morrissey’s songs with a Mexican flair.
The appropriately titled “Habana Dreams” finds Pedrito Martinez sharing Cuban roots-infused songs that are presented with the gusto and joy that his group has become famous for. Check it out.
Watch Ernie Vigil and Nick Apex take over the South American capital on their Triumph Street Triple freestyle motorcycles. Not your average travel experience but an interesting view of the city nonetheless.
Saoco Now! from Madrid’s Munster Records celebrates the legacy of Puerto Rican music by presenting the first recordings by plena band La Maquina Insular.
Julieta Aranda, the Mexican conceptual artist, has had a celebrated career by producing work that challenges the assumptions and structures of the very cultural landscape she inhabits.
Honduran environmental leader and winner of the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize Berta Caceres was shot and killed at her home.
At “The Photography Show” in New York, two photography galleries from Latin America participated for the first time and took their place alongside the most prestigious photography galleries in the world.
In one of the most well received exhibitions of the Armory Show in New York, Lima-based artist José Vera Matos delved into the history of his native Peru using literature as his roadmap.