Judy Cantor

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  • 12 years ago

    On a recent Friday night Snowhite, working mother and one of Miami's most enduring and popular turntablists (she's this year's Miami New Times Readers' Choice for Best Club DJ), is feeding her maternal recipe for a balanced aural diet to an urbane...

  • 12 years ago | Reviews

    Following a long-held (and arguably outdated) Cuban recording tradition, Cuban flute player Orlando "Maraca" Valle and his orchestra's previous albums have included a potpourri of styles from free-flowing Afro-jazz to traditional danzón as ...

  • 12 years ago

    Yerba Buena has emerged as a messiah among Latin fans searching for party music with an urban edge, preaching the second coming of salsa and resurrecting the experimental soul of the Fania All-Stars, whose mind-expanding sound of the Seventies was...

  • 12 years ago | Film Reviews

    The story of the Cuban vocal group Los Zafiros is decidedly cinematic. Four handsome lads from Havana's working-class Cayo Hueso neighborhood formed the group in 1962. Accompanied by a guitarist, the singers perfected a swinging synthesis of Ameri...

  • 12 years ago

    Eye pressed to a digital video camera, Chris Blackwell pans the view from the wood hut on stilts overlooking an inlet in the Caribbean that he calls his main office. A long table surrounded by batik-upholstered chairs and littered with DVDs, books...

  • 12 years ago | Concerts

    It remains to be seen if Moreno Veloso +2 will be accompanied onstage this Saturday with a cardboard cutout of Peter Rabbit and "indulge in falsetto banter like Brazilian Monty Python characters," as The Guardian reported at one of their London gi...