Los Hollywood returns to MusicaFusionLA with a new single

Lead singer and bassist Heidy Flores, drummer Gustavo Mojica and guitarist Mark Mondragon are Los Hollywood, a SoCal-based band whose Latin rock in English and Spanish is as infectious as it is joyful. Their debut  EP Los Hollywood, produced by the multiple Grammy Award-winning Thom Russo, fuses Latin rhythms with British pop rock and American rock…

Singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, force of nature. Francisca Valenzuela

Singer, songwriter, poet, designer, entrepreneur and unstoppable force of nature, Francisca Valenzuela is a phenomenal multifaceted artist who has commanded stages in Latin America, Europe, and the US.  Born in San Francisco, USA, of Chilean parents and now living in LA, Francisca’s meteoric career includes three successful albums, world tours with platinum artists, a Latin…

SIN COLOR releases their debut album

Sin Color is a young, fast-rising  South Los Angeles based duo that is transforming traditional Latino and classical styles of music into pop soundscapes. Lead singer Crisia Regalado has trained in opera singing since she was ten years old and uses her operatic singing voice to deliver original pop songs, driven by the superb guitar chops…

The great Chino Espinoza, LA’s (and the world’s) salsa king

Costa Rican-born vocalist Mirley Espinoza, known as “Chino El Sonero”, recorded and released his first CD for Warner Brothers in the 1990s as the lead singer in the “Opa-Opa” band. He went on to sing with top musical group, like the Malibu Salsa All Stars, The L.A. Jazz All Stars, The RMM All Stars Band…

Maladjusted. The top Smiths/Morrissey band in USA from right here in LA

LA-born and based Maladjusted is one of the top Morrissey/Smiths tribute bands in the country.  Formed in the fall of 2011 by a bi-cultural group of musicians with a common passion for the British music sensation and a love of the music created by the late 1980’s band The Smiths and its founder Steven Patrick…

Ale’

Alé (aka Ale’ Gonzales Gomez) is a multifaceted, multi-instrumental singer/songwriter/producer who grew up in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles and listened to and played punk, electronica, Latin music, rock – the whole gamut of sound LA is famous for.  He learned how to produce, to assemble a band of outstanding players, and to write…

Cecilia Nöel: a force of nature on screen, on stage and in your earbuds.

Cecilia Nöel is a performer, songwriter, producer, bandleader, mentor, and force of nature.  A Peruvian native who is now an LA institution with her band The Wild Clams,  she has surrounded herself with top LA talent that reflects her passion, flamboyance, and the salsa, soul, jazz, funk, and Afro-Cuban influences in her music. Her most…

DLD brings “Futura” from Mexico to USA

With 6 studio albums and jam-packed concerts in major venues and arenas in Mexico and the US, DLD is one of the most important rock bands in Mexico and are making a splash in the Latin music world in the USA. in early 2017. Founded in 2003 under another name, the band adopted the letters,…

Cesar Castro, pioneer of LA musicafusion

Cambalache (from a Spanish word that means “exchange”) , is a group of musicians from East LA — Cesar Castro, Xochi Flores, Juan Sandoval, and Juan Perez.  The group plays Son Jarocho music from Veracruz, Mexico, popular on the Gulf Coast, a cultural region shaped by indigenous and African culture, as well as Spanish.  Cambalache promotes traditional…

A.CHAL. Peru and LA equals R&B and hip hop like you have never heard before

Alejandro Chal (better known by his stage name A.CHAL) is a Peruvian R&B and Hip-Hop singer-songwriter and producer.  He was born in Peru and lived there for 4 years before his family moved to Queens, New York. Chal began rapping at age 12 and started making beats with a friend at the Boys & Girls Club soon after. In 2010,  A.CHALmoved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a songwriter and…

Omar Velasco settles into Los Angeles

Omar Velasco is the child of a Chicago Jew turned Huichol Shaman and a Mexican hippie who met at an ashram in Santa Monica.  He started playing music as soon as he can remember but didn’t decide on a music career until he was 18 years old.  He toured with the Band A Fine Frenzy…