It’s something of a cross between a Dali short, a Michel Gondry film, and a childhood dream. – LA Weekly “Luna Lovers” is a magical, mysterious vision from the imaginations of Las Cafeteras and filmmaker John Cantú. Inspired equally by silent film master Georges Méliès and the Eastside community of Los Angeles, it is a […]
KCET 53rd Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration Promotional Interview with Las Cafeteras
On December 19th, 2012, Uprising host Sonali Kolhatkar spoke with Leah Gallegos, Hector Flores, and Daniel French from Las Cafeteras on Uprising. Also joining them in studio were two other members of the band: David Flores and Jose Cano. Son Jarocho, a traditional form of folk music from Mexico, has found a crucial epicenter — […]
Experience Remezcla Música’s RE TV series City Sessions second episode with Las Cafeteras. We walk the streets of L.A. with Las Cafeteras as they give us a tour around their neighborhood in Boyle Heights. Watch this exclusive episode as Las Cafeteras perform some songs off their debut It’s Time, take us to the cultural center […]
Check out Las Cafeteras performing “La Bamba Rebelde” in LA – check back next week for more tracks and interviews with Las Cafeteras as they prep to launch their new album. http://www.remezcla.com/ Published on Sep 14, 2012
(Sofar Sounds Los Angeles, Show #182) Las Cafeteras performing “La Bamba Rebelde” at a secret Sofar performance in Los Angeles on September 25, 2012.
watch?v=tki7Or1dvdIPublished on Nov 12, 2012 (Sofar Sounds Los Angeles, Show #182) Las Cafeteras performing “Luna Lovers” at a secret Sofar performance in Los Angeles on September 25, 2012.
Orale! Las Cafeteras are proud to present our first music video “La Bamba Rebelde” as our anthem; re-mixing the traditional to sing the stories of the new generation of Chican@s, Latin@s, people of color and all in solidarity who fight for dignity, love, and peace in the urban jungle of Los Angeles.
Las Cafeteras’ El Zapateado y La Protesta.