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“These songs come from my heart, my guts and my sex.”

Andrea Echeverri
The iconoclastic singer and songwriter of alterna-punk Latin rockers Aterciopelados finds herself a new mother, and admits that even rebellious rockers have “a soft side.”
Style: Rock en Espanol
By Eliseo Cardona

“I found myself thinking about Algeria, knowing I’ll never return there to live.”

Rachid Taha
Equal parts rock and rai, Rachid Taha is a post-modernist who is keeping his rebellious roots intact. Tekitoi?, his latest album, is his most provocative-and most powerful—to date.
By Paul Sullivan

“First my parents bought me an instrument case for the violin. I was very proud .

Two Siberians
Two Siberians, Yuri Matveyev (electric guitar) and Artyom Yakushenko (electric violin), are most certainly on their way to somewhere with their international debut CD Out Of Nowhere.
Style: Russian folk
By Stacy Meyn

Jah Cure
Jah Cure is one of the brightest talents on the contemporary roots reggae scene, but he is currently serving a 15-year sentence for robbery and rape.
Style: Reggae
By Patricia Meschino

“The goal is to have things happen to you. That’s what makes life interesting.”

Ry Cooder
Ry Cooder has been a consummate guitarist, solo artist and session musician, soundtrack composer and the man who put together the Buena Vista Social Club. Chavez Ravine is his tribute to the Chicano L.A. of his youth.
Style: Norteno
By Marty Lipp

Nouvelle Vague converts '80s new wave songs into bossa nova

Nouvelle Vague
France's Nouvelle Vague takes a different approach to stealing from the past. Instead of aping the originals, they seasoned already great post-punk songs with a loungey bossa nova spice.
By Tad Hendrickson

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