Tuesday, January 18 2011
Slipped Discs continues with the return of a '60s pop heartthrob, the best underappreciated hip-hip album of the year, the resurrection of a legendary '80s band, some great beats from M.I.A. and many more. All records that missed our top 70 list last year.
Thursday, September 13 2012
It was on Kiko where Los Lobos decided to throw caution to the wind and just follow their muse to produce an experimental and psychedelic classic. Now, 20 years later, the band finds itself honored with an invite to perform the album in its entirety at the Grammy Museum's ultra-intimate Clive Davis Theater.
Wednesday, August 15 2012
Kiko is at once a typical Los Lobos album -- full of hard-luck tales and hopes for a better future -- but it's also the only Los Lobos album that might be a little "touched" (as some of our grandmothers might have put it).
Wednesday, May 30 2012
It's the type of dream show that can only happen in the City of Angels.
Monday, August 2 2010
Los Lobos continue being Los Lobos, which is a very fine thing, indeed.
Sunday, April 26 2009
Showmen to the end, Los Lobos remain humble and exciting and, most importantly, still committed to being unpretentious and immensely professional entertainers.
Monday, April 5 2010
Artist/producer PC Muñoz mines for gems and grills the greats.
Wednesday, September 19 2012
LOS ANGELES — Stately, cool-eyed David Hidalgo took his place at the front of the stage, cradling an electric guitar. “There’s a few little problem
Wednesday, May 16 2012
LOS ANGELES — The way Louie Perez remembers it, there was nothing more all-American than growing up Mexican American in Los Angeles in the 1960s. Yes,
Wednesday, November 23 2011
MINNEAPOLIS — David Hidalgo and Louie Perez don’t do this very often. The chief songwriters of Los Lobos have performed only 22 shows as a duo.
Tuesday, July 13 2010
LOS ANGELES — David Hidalgo stood on a concrete loading dock outside the tiny recording studio where he and the other members of Los Lobos were
Thursday, March 13 2008
A year and a half has passed since the release of Los Lobos' 13th studio album, "The Town and the City." But drummer-guitarist Louie Perez