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Latest edition: Especial LAMC 2014 - Parte I

Episode Details

Original tape date: February 26, 2015.

First aired: February 26, 2015.

Dedicamos este episodio a la Conferencia de Musica Latina Alterniva, LAMC, que tiene lugar cada verano en Nueva York.

Iniciamos con la cantante chilena-francesa Anita Tijoux, considerada por la revista The Rolling Stones como la "mejor rapera en espa√Īol".

A continuación hablamos con Sebastián Sotomayor compositor y cantante chileno, considerado una de las voces mas expresivas de la nueva generación de cantantes pop de Latinoamérica.

Mas adelante entrevistamos a David "Olmeca" Barrag√°n; el artista, activista y educador de Los Angeles, California, cuyo sonido √ļnico est√° basado en elementos de su cultura donde se mezclan ritmos de la m√ļsica tradicional latinoamericana con tendencias musicales actuales.

Para finalizar, hablamos con la cantante de Hip Hop Audry Funk, una de las artistas mas representativas del género en Puebla, Mexico. Su primer disco, Soul Green System salió a la luz en el 2006. Desde entonces ha trabajado con mujeres trabajadoras y adolescentes marginados de Puebla.
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We dedicate this episode to the Latin Alternative Music Conference, which takes place each summer in New York.

We begin with French-Chilean singer Anita Tijoux, considered by Rolling Stone Magazine as the best Spanish rapper.

Next, we speak with Sebastian Sotomayor, a Chilean singer-songwriter. He is considered one of the most expressive voices in the new generation of Latin American pop singers.

Later, we interview David Olmeca Barragan, an artist, activist and educator from Los Angeles, California, whose very unique music is based on elements from his culture, in which there is a mixture of traditional Latin American music along with current musical trends.

Finally, we speak to hip-hop singer Audry Funk, one of the most representative artists of her genre in Puebla, Mexico. Her first album, Soul Green System, was launched in 2006. Since then, she has worked within the community of working women and highly marginalized adolescent youth in Puebla.

Guest List

Olmeca Rapero

David "Olmeca" Barragan Artist, Activist, Educator

Audry Funk Rapera

Sebastian Sotomayor Cantante

Anita Tijoux Rapera