I reviewed this record back in 2006. It’s Akil Ammar‘s, Mexico City’s prime child, third record. It was published in Territorio Sonoro, a brief section Ibero 90.9 had in La Pared, one of El Universal’s cultural supplements. Review is in Spanish. Btw, art was made by my good friend @waratxe.
This was also published in Territorio Sonoro, a brief section Ibero 90.9 had in La Pared, one of El Universal’s cultural supplements. It’s in Spanish and it’s about the intrinsic relationship between some spaces and music. The piece, inspired by Brian Eno’s ‘Music For Airports’, it’s basically about reggae-dub music and its potential to move people without […]
THES ONE from People Under The Stairs visited @Scratchamama909 in 2006. This is the full interview. © 2006 Carlos Dávalos. All rights reserved.
I wrote this piece in Mexican art magazine Fahrenheit back in 2006. I tried to write about the shallow hip-hop artists that were releasing records back in those years. The piece is in Spanish. DOWNLOAD THE ARTICLE HERE: Fahrenheit