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Radio Saudade: ¡Episodio Veintitrés! The Latin Jams Mixtape.

May 28, 2013


  Strictly wicked Latin jams this time! Salsa, Mambo, Afro-Cuban, new school and old school – From NYC to Puerto Rico to Miami to Cuba to your eardrums, this is strictly smoking hot jams and rhythms and it goes out to mi hermano TheHealer31. ¡Gózalo!   Download free mp3 of this mixtape here.     […]

Radio Saudade: Episode 15 – The Graduation in Zion Mixtape

June 7, 2012


Just in time for the weekend, people – Saudade Brothers Sound System bringing more fine beats and spirits for the occasion. Press play to enjoy or DOWNLOAD Radio Saudade Episode 15 (mp3) here to bring the ruckus with you! Quantic – Tell It Like You  Mean It – An Announcement to Answer, 2006. Chico Science […]

Radio Saudade: Episode 4

December 18, 2011


“I’ve been through many times in which I thought I might lose it – the only thing that saved me has always been music…cuz life ain’t nothing but a good groove – a good mixtape to put you in the right mood.” Beastie Boys, Professor Booty. or DOWNLOAD Radio Saudade Episode 4 (mp3) here. Ambient Sounds […]

Radio Saudade: Episode 3

November 13, 2011


Radio Saudade: Episode 3. “Devoção e paciência. Mixtape é como uma procissão de um homem só.”  – Rodolfo Viana. (“Devotion and patience. The Mixtape is like a procession of one man.”) Enjoy. or DOWNLOAD Radio Saudade Episode 3 (mp3) here. Ismael Quiñones – Control – Freak Off: Latin Breakbeats, Basslines and Boogaloo, 2001. Electro Côco – Quem […]

¡Sabroso! Eddie Palmieri’s “Vámonos Pa’l Monte”

July 12, 2011


This sweaty heat has me thinking of the Lower East Side, NYC: cars driving around with Puerto Rican flags painted on the hood, old dudes riding souped-up bicycles blaring Salsa out of boom boxes attached to the front baskets and folks sitting around card tables on the sidewalk playing dominoes. Maybe that’s why I’ve been […]


June 30, 2011


“When tyranny is law revolution is order.” Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos, 1932 Father of Puerto Rican Nationalism, Don Pedro Albizu Campos stands out today as one of the United States and Latin America’s most prominent and outspoken advocates for social justice. While serving in the US military in WWI and receiving his law degree from Harvard, Albizu […]