“This goes to all the Hispanics out there in this country. To every minority group. We are with you. We stand with you.”
El video nos regresa a la pregunta sobre el origen de la humanidad: Si vino primero el huevo que la gallina.
The inspiring love song is a heartfelt duet with Grammy-winning singer/producer Tommy Torres.
With a combative tone and influences from Latin American folk to experimental electronica, Quique Rangel and Rubén Albarrán share lead vocals on “Futuro.”
We just want the Tribe and the protestors to know that we are singing about them here in the desert.
“Rican Beach is a fictional place, but it was written with my ancestors in mind.”
The track draws from rhythms and incantations of sacred Yoruba praise songs, calling out to those who would hear us in our time of need.
Chunky was an institution, el Corazón y Alma del Movimiento Chicano y su gente.
The Internet is the greatest place ever.
“It just matters what you think about yourself.”
“Mi fe en la victoria no se rompe.”
“Un Par de Lugares” is the first Café Tacvba single since 2012.
This surreal video features lots of stuffed bunnies, a stoic mannequin and burning microphones.
The Intelatin podcast, September 2016.
As artists, as humans, as fighters, we can’t lose this dream of a better world, the dream that is kept alive in every little Luchín.