ILLEGAL intern Radio #114 – Sept. 6, 2017
Chaos In The CBD – Global Erosion
Rodrigo Gallardo – Agua de La Tierra (Nicola Cruz remix) – El Original
ILLEGAL intern Radio #113 – Aug. 30, 2017
Last weekend went over to Civic Center Studios for the Vinyl Release of The Altons “Darling Girl”. Also on hand to support the show were Twin Seas, Welfair, Mescalito & Mad Macks, along with Que Madre & King Steady Beat djing a mix of sounds. Luckily I remembered to bring my recorder to gather a few interviews with The Altons, Jorge Yuka Vallejo of Buyepongo, King Steady Beat, Pete Galindo of Civic Center Studios.
**Bostich & Fussible – Motel Baja (Mateo Latontaine remix) – Motel Baja Remixes
Bonus: While updating this playlist, came across this mix of Smith/Morrissey covers
Rebels of Tijuana (France) – Leipzig
ILLEGAL intern Radio #111 – Aug. 16, 2017
Ramona – Pasajeros – La Segunad Luz Del Diz
**BLAHA – Fresh House – Fresh Hours EP
Parquet Courts – Stoned and Starving
**Downtown Boys – Somos Chulas (No Somos Pendejas – Cost of Living
**Fussible/Bostich – Motel Baja (Mateo Lafonataine mix)
Stanford Prison Experiment – Repeat Removal – The Gato Hunch
**Penguin Feet & The Teardrop Kid – You Got The Makings Of A Real Freak – Hadley Murrel Presents: Funk You
**Kaleema – Nomada – Nomada
Rodrigo Gallardo & Nicola Cruz – Agua de La Tierra – El Origen
Prietto Viaja al Cosmos con Mariano – El Monstruo el Viento del Alba – Le Priét Vaha-Chosmos 3-Ba Com Maourian!!!
Hockey Dad – Laura – Boronia
**Thee Commons – Camisa al Revés – Paleta Sonora
Young Tender – Playera Negra – Necios
Divino Niño – Don’t Let It Die – single
**pánico – Señales – Señales
**El Búho – Salta de Agua – Chinampa EP
La Santa Cecilia – Ingrata (feat. Mon Laferte) – Amar Y Vivir
Chico Mann & Captain Planet – Como Me Miras – Night Visions
Quitapenas – Ya Veran – Ya Veran EP
Leviataion Room – Crystal Ball – Ethos
Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra – Push – PAO!
When most native English speakers think of psychedelic rock—especially its metal/hard rock-influenced offshoot, heavy psych—their minds usually don’t wander south of the U.S. border, much less south of Mexico. But Central and South American artists have long been active in the genre, both historically and well into the present day.
The origin of Latin American psychedelic rock began with the consumption of bootleg records from American and British bands. Fledgling musicians devoured those forbidden texts and began starting their own groups, imitating the exciting foreign sounds, working their own musical traditions—like the rhythms of bossa nova, samba, and tango—into the mix. And while each country had their own regional quirks, the general philosophy remained consistent.
While it would be impossible to give a comprehensive overview of an entire continent and a half, here are eight bands from eight different countries that are putting Latin America on the heavy…
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ILLEGAL intern Radio #110 – Aug. 9, 2017
Friday, Aug. 11
RUDY DE ANDA w/ many others Free event @ Acerogami in Pomona link
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