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  • interview July 16, 2015

    Bodega City: Gary Sullivan on Music in New York

    In preparation for the new Afropop broadcast, “Sounds Like Brooklyn,” producer Jesse Brent invited Bodega Pop blog founder Gary Sullivan to the APWW headquarters, where they talked about Gary’s favorite bodegas around New York City. Sullivan is a poet who … Read more »

  • interview May 4, 2015

    Chicano Batman: Organs, Roots and Existential Rhythm

    First off: Chicano Batman easily has one of the best band names in music history. But more importantly, they are a powerful Latino rock band, one that combines psychedelic vision quest and soulful passion with easy, charismatic groove. Coming out … Read more »

  • review February 19, 2015

    MTV Unplugged

    Kinky first emerged in the late ‘90s as part of a wave of groups from Monterrey that challenged Mexico City’s dominance over the country’s music business. The movement, known as avanzada regia, united bands through regional pride rather than musical … Read more »

  • feature June 4, 2014

    Afropop’s Summer Festival Roundup

    As part of our Summer Concert Preview, we’ve pulled together a list of the best Afropop friendly concerts going down across the country. So if one of these is near you? Consider making the trip, and you’re likely to catch … Read more »

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