Tomas HernandezHere's the Asada: Carne CrudaLatin fusion: it's not just for breakfast anymore. It's for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With that in mind, three forward-thinking Latin music acts appear at Café du Nord this Sunday, in a showcase called "C, the Musical." The reasoning behind the titl ... More >>
Music takes the stage at the Film Fest.
Americana/Folk/Country DJ/Turntablist Electro/Electronic/Experimental Hard Rock Hip Hop Indie Rock/Noise Pop Jazz Soul/R&B World Music Music Video
A monthlong celebration of the Afro-Caribbean diaspora
Thursday, October 21, 2004 at Ruby Skye
Mosh the night away
Senegal's Orchestra Baobab fires up Yoshi's with its island-music magic
Cuba's Ibrahim Ferrer opens the Buena Vista Social Club to all
Superchunk has a score to settle
Holiday Event Lisitngs
Orlando "Cachaíto" López
Ubiquity Recordings 10th Anniversary; National Novel Writing Month
Presents Omara Portuondo
Can Cesar Ascarrunz and Los Van Van, swimming in contradictions, turn the Cuban ideological ferment into the dance of the century?
Orixa's rock en español is a stew of global ideas. Just don't call it Latin music.
Mark Kozelek, Genghis Blues, Raisha Simmons lives
Clockwatchers, Hope and Glory, In & Out
After years of creative drought, inspiration was again in long supply
Land and Freedom and Desperate Living
Since 1995, pianist Omar Sosa has guided and supported the Bay Area's Latin jazz scene. Now he's leaving.
Eliades Ochoa's Sublime Illusion