If "Chicano rock" ain't your bag, then you might not know Los Lobos too well. But at the very least, you should recognize them from the soundtrack to that 80's flick with Lou Diamond Phillips sporting a guitar and a Superman curl. You know the one, he dies in the end in a plane crash along with B ... More >>
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Wanna know why Y&T Records music maven Rich Ulloa is so charged up lately? Hint: It's something about Mary.
A breakdown of UGK's Underground Kingz, possibly the most anticipated Southern rap album of the year
Big Shiny Cars (Back Porch)
Los Lobos revel in their roots while foraging toward a rock and roll future
No ivory tower theorist, the great Elvis Costello changes colors with the season
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Grab a slice of 2004's best roots music while it's still hot.
From Austin to Australia, Ozomatli spreads its world funk message
The Ride (Hollywood Records)
Eliades Ochoa is more fun than ever, but Small World misses the Congo
Badlands: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska (Sub Pop)
Can one man convince millions of people to pay for their "free" music?
Bug Music publishing
Miami scenesters sound off
Another female singer-songwriter emerges from the shadows
Local hero Karlzen wrestles with her image and herself
Live bands. Loud crowds. High energy. All of it crawling out from under a local rock.
All local bands sound the same and it don't rain in Miami in the summertime
Everybody's talking about Stephen. Just remember, this ain't New York, pal.
With a new line-up and an old gig, Iko-Iko keeps rolling along