The Peruvian musician gives an intimate El Tiny performance befitting her status as a curator of folklore and culture of the highest order.
Recorded with Claus Ogerman, Natureza could have made the Brazilian singer-songwriter an international star. Now released, the long lost album captures a turning point in her approach to music.
Tradition and modernity coexist peacefully within Son Rompe Pera, where punk collides with the cumbia the band grew up playing.
Part of a new scene called 'queernejo,' the Latin Grammy-nominated Gabeu is reworking the conservative, macho stylings of sertanejo.
The music of Mariana de Miguel is always changing — and her intimate, simmering El Tiny performance is an effortless flash of all she's capable of.
The Mexican artist answers our "El Tiny" questionnaire, and tells us about why he thinks art is the "blood of everyday life."
The L.A.-based artist will embark on a big tour of Europe. She'll be doing 28 shows in six weeks, covering 11 countries, including Germany, The Netherlands, Spain and Ireland.
Puerto Rican rapper Residente is ready for his biggest fight yet – challenging the meaning of America. "Everyone is American on this continent," he says.
Puerto Rican musician Residente is gearing up for his biggest fight yet – challenging the meaning of America.
Some fans of the late singer have taken to social media to denounce the use of digital technology to make her sound older.
Beginning in the early '50s, Taylor treated his projects and artists with lush care and extensive support, eventually creating a Grammy-winning, cross-genre artistic hub with his label, CTI.
A musical sensation and a meme, the viral track "Mi Bebito Fiu Fiu" has a surprising origin story based on a Peruvian political scandal.
Played on three string instruments, this music was the country's soundtrack from the turn of the 20th century to the 1940s.
The songs we love from the first half of the year span a wide emotional and musical range, from wild percussive romps to raw pleas for empathy to Beyoncé's command to leave it all on the dance floor.