Ivan Fernandez, a.k.a. Afroxander, is a writer and photographer who prefers his music, sports, and anarchism en Español.
5 days ago | Latin Alternative
On their latest album, "The Eternal Getdown," the son jarocho-influenced East L.A. band strives to go beyond mere protest music.
6 days ago | Indie Rock and Stuff
Henry D'Arthenay sits in the living room of his new apartment in Mexico City, thousands of miles away from his hometown of Caracas, Venezuela. We're a few weeks shy of four years when the singer/guitarist for Latin rock group La Vida Bohème&n...
1 month ago | Latin Alternative
A self-described "farm kid" from New Hampshire and a Cuban from New Jersey are about to drop one of the year's most infectious world groove albums.
1 month ago | Garage
Working with producer Sergio Acosta of Zoe, the former Davila 666 frontman expanded his sound while not totally abandoning his punk-rock roots.
2 months ago | Latin Alternative
Now expanded to a 10-piece, the longtime L.A. favorites sound more funkier and more original than ever on their new album.
5 months ago | Latin Alternative
The bill at Red Bull Sound Select's show this Thursday at Multiply L.A. doesn't appear to be at all political at first glance. The event, which is part of Red Bull's annual 30 Days in L.A. series, features a trio of Chilean pop and indie artists. ...