The Fader Features Track Premiere for Tiger’s Milk New Compliation, “Peru Boom: Bass, Bleeps & Bumps from Peru’s Electronic Underground”

Tiger Milk’s third compilation album, Peru Boom: Bass Bleeps & Bumps from Peru’s Electronic Underground is slated to release Tuesday, June 30th. The Fader has the exclusive premiere of Underground Columbia from DJ Álvaro Ernesto, better known as Tribilin Sound. Ernesto, who has several tracks featured on the album, is said to bring the “traditional […]

Thump Features Dotorado Pro

Thump recently featured Dotorado Pro, “the 16-year old producer igniting Lisbon’s underground” whose afro-house music has been making a huge impact on the DJ scene. Having been raised in the small town of Setubal just south of Lisbon, Dotorado Pro’s childhood boredom propelled him to create dance music. His track “African Scream” currently has over […]

Razia Said Featured on NPR’s All Things Considered

NPR’s All Things Considered reviewed Razia Said’s latest album Akory with an audio recording that includes NPR’s interpretation of Razia’s story and album, accompanied by  sound bites from Akory. Growing up in Madagascar deeply affected Razia’s music, as did her transition to living in New York City. Akory, which translates to “What’s Next,” explores the […]

Remezcla Features Branko’s New Track “Eventually”

Remezcla featured Branko’s latest track titled “Eventually,” (Out now via iTunes) saying “the club-ready cut showcases the matured approach to tropical sounds in the modern era.” The track features the impressive vocals of Danish singer Alex Rita accompanied by a “classic underground vibe.” The track will be available on Branko’s upcoming debut album, Atlas, being […]

Wall Street Journal Premieres Kanaku Y El Tigre’s “Si Te Mueres Mañana” Video

Kanaku Y El Tigre’s exhilarating “Si Te Mueres Mañana” video showcases young skateboarders in a “seize-the-day scenario” as they travel through the streets of Lima, Peru. The Wall Street Journal exclusively premiered the video, praising the song as it  “features wistfully optimistic vocals from singer Nico Saba, whose voice is enveloped in warm guitar, synthesizers, […]

Thump Premieres “No Hands” by King Mono

Thump exclusively premiered the latest track from King Mono, comprised of Little Shalimar (Producer: Run the Jewels and Run the Jewels 2) and Jeremy Wilms (formerly of Antibalas) titled “No Hands,” calling it “a slice of future funk.” The track is off King Mono’s latest album Bump In The Night which premieres March 31st. Thump […]

Entertainment Weekly Premieres John Brown’s Body’s “Land of Plenty Dub”

Entertainment Weekly has the exclusive premiere of John Brown’s Body’s latest single “Land of Plenty Dub.” The single combines classic dub techniques and tones in a way that transcends the genre norm. Entertainment Weekly writes, “John Brown’s Body is the rare roots reggae group that extends itself beyond simple historical reenactment, working in modern influences […]

SXSW + PJPR: Interview with Félix Pacheco of Cilantro Boombox

By: Cassie Zimnoch Austin’s annual SXSW Music Festival is kicking off next week, and we are very excited to see several of our current and alumni clients playing the festival. Among these artists include MPeach, The Jones Family Singers, and local Austin artists Gina Chavez and Cilantro Boombox. We had the opportunity to sit down […]

SXSW + PJPR: Interview with Gina Chavez

By: Cassie Zimnoch and Erin Kovar Deemed the “Live Music Capitol of the World,” Austin, Texas is home to some of the top music festivals in the nation and a growing grounds for influential artists across the globe. With Austin’s annual SXSW music festival kicking off this week, we are excited to see several Press […]