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Rage Against the Machine - The Battle of Mexico City
Rage Against the Machine has always been an anomaly for the music industry. How do you classify their music?[More...]
Street Platoon - The Steel Storm
Downtown Los Angeles has been taken back by the People and Sick Symphonies are rallying afflicted souls to freedom. Masses have gathered together...[More...]
Kinto Sol - Del Norte Al Sur
The majority of the limelight on Latino artists has been focused on California and New York. Times are changing, with the Latino population exploding throughout America. [More...]
La Paz - Earwigs
I can remember the first time we saw La Paz. It was at an Aztlan Underground benefit at U.C. Irvine. What stands out most vividly in my mind is the way Kool Aid, Dez and DJ Sloe Poke spoke out against...[More...]
The Beatnuts - Take It Or Squeeze It
From the New York borough of Queens comes Psycho Les and Junkyard JuJu of the hip-hop group The Beatnuts. Dropping their fifth album "Take It Or Squeeze It" on Loud Records. [More...]
Frontline Officials
There's a War going on in the streets. The list of ghetto casualties grows daily and includes men, women and even children. Although it has been going on for 5oo years, the intensity is reaching epidemic proportions:[More...]
Cypress Hill - Still Smokin' (DVD)
When it comes to music, Cypress Hill has always been Pioneers in the game. The funky, bud-smoking tribe always finds new ways to niche their names into Music History. Whether it's playing in front of a hundred thousand people at Woodstock, or playin[More...]


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