Music Reviews

Blasting away all things vacuous and inane in this world, the Uruguayan singer-songwriter delivers another sublime work of unique musicality and profound lyricism.
A finely curated “best of” and a great introduction to the world of the iconic ranchera singer.
A beautiful tribute to bi-cultural ingenuity as Little Louie Vega heads up this latest gem in a long tradition of Cuban-Nuyorican collaborations
A stunning 14-track collaboration between Puerto Rican guitar legend and Grammy Award winner José Feliciano and Jools Holland's Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, you can really feel how these musicians enjoyed making these recordings. A terrific selection of tracks that cover a range of styles, that will delight Feliciano and Jools fans.
Make space for the next superstar of reggaetón, Ozuna. This young is already a veteran of the scene, having cut his teeth as hype man of pioneer reggaetonero Guelo Star. after having enjoyed almost two years of immense chart success across the Americas (recently charted 8 songs in the US Hot Latin Songs), he dropped his first full album ‘Odisea’. The 11 songs, including the already mega popular “Si No te Quiere”, “Tu Foto” and "Dile que tu me Quieres’ plus collaborations with J Balvin, Zion & Lennox, Nicky Jam, Anuel AA and De La Guetto. ‘Odisea’ is set to be the soundtrack for young latinos across the world for the next six months. Having recently performed in the UK as the opening act for Daddy Yankee, it was obvious Ozuna is here to stay.
Colombia's iconic king of Cumbia, LIzandro Meza, delves into the world of salsa with flavour and passion
The most up-lifting and danceable album to date, from the queen of Nu Bossa Nova
” Viajando Com o Som” (The Lost ’76 Vice-Versa Studio Sessions)
Summer Showers Couldn’t Rain on Hola! London’s Parade of Latin Stars including Juan Luis Guerra, Juanes, David Bisbal and Sebastián Yatra
Argentine rock band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs (aka LFC) set the place on fire for almost two hours non-stop at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire London on Friday.