Songs about many different types of love are featured on Alt Latino.
Loosen your belt for a seven-course international musical feast of distortion, melancholy and fury.
This week's episode of Alt.Latino focuses on iconoclasts and innovators in Latin music. Find Alt.Latino weekly on NPR.
After traveling for the last month, some new mellow tunes is just what the doctor ordered.
A group of DREAM Act advocates this weekend set off on an ambitious cross-country journey to the nation’s capital in order to spur dialogue about undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States.
When it comes to music, cultures mix in unpredictable and fascinatingly beautiful ways, and some of that music is featured in this weeks Alt Latino.
NPR's Latin alternative music show, Alt Latino, discusses nine new Metal bands from Latin America and the U.S.
Every week Alt Latino discovers new music coming from all parts of the Latino community, and this week features Brazilian lo-fi rock and some Mexican pop.
The cancer threat is expected to increase with the aging populations of Latin America and the Caribbean, according to the Pan American Health Organization.
Here's a list of songs for saying goodbye to 2011. We look forward to another year with you, and hearing what music 2012 brings.
This week on Alt.Latino we feature artists who denounce social injustice. It's a show dedicated to the art of political protest songs.
Guest of honor, Edward James Olmos to kick off six-day event
From Argentina, Brazil, Panama and Mexico, new songs are explored about traveling: exploring new musical styles, voyaging to outer space, crossing borders and sometimes simply closing your eyes and embarking on a trip through your own mind.
The Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, honors departed souls of loved ones who are welcomed back for a few intimate hours. In the last decade or so, this traditional Latin American holiday with indigenous roots has spread throughout the U.S. along with migration from Mexico and other countries where it is observed.