Once a year Latin alternative musicians — that is, those who don't play salsa, tango, bolero, or other regional beats — come together en masse in New York City. The Latin Alternative Music Conference is a series of industry panel discussions, networking opportunities, open bars, promotional stops, and, of course, plenty of music. This year's edition took place July 10 through 14, with events at venues like Harlem's El Museo del Barrio, Central Park's SummerStage, and Brooklyn's Prospect Park. They showcased not only established acts but also up-and-coming artists you might not have heard of yet, but will soon. Here are some highlights... More >>>