Award-winning Brazilian musician Rodrigo Amarante talks with PopMatters about diversifying Latin sounds and ringing the political alarm in Brazil.
At only 17, Michelle Branch created The Spirit Room, an album that perfectly balances an indie approach with mainstream-friendly songwriting.
Marisa Monte’s first album in ten years is almost escapist in how its positivity and romance distance from Brazil’s current situation.
As Carole King’s magnum opus Tapestry turns 50, scholar Loren Glass gives King and her work a deserved place in Bloomsbury’s prestigious 33 1/3 series.
Seventeen years after its release, Jonh Cabano’s classic of Brazilian guitarrada paraense is finally available to stream. Hear “Guitarrada Amazônica” now.