Locos por Juana has been a leader in Miami's music scene for more than 15 years. A staple and indeed a standard for what the Magic City and its diverse population can produce, Locos por Juana delivers a sound that surfs from one Caribbean island to the next, with trips into South America and the bandmates' native Colombia. Led by the trio of vocalist Itawe Correa, guitarist Mark Kondrat, and drummer Javier "Lakambra" Delgado, Locos por Juana is more a collective than a band. Dozens of musicians have floated in and out of the lineup over the years in a system that has helped to create rich live performances. Combining cumbia, dub, funk, hip-hop, reggae, rock, salsa, and essentially any musical style that gets people grooving and vibing, the veteran outfit is everything to everyone at any given time. In fact, the group's latest album, 2016's Caribe, even welcomes gringos into the fold through several bilingual tracks and even a couple of English-only songs. It's unfair to pin Locos por Juana down as a Latin rock band. They are a reflection of Miami's effervescent vibrancy and limitless energy. They echo the complex, multifaceted nature of the city.