BCR Live From Mexico City

BCR presented a day of live broadcasts featuring the city's Mariachi, mezcal, sounds of resistance—all from the exhibition space for Thank You for Believing in Me. The Ruins-curated exhibition featured artists who use sound and video to resist fascism and neoliberalism, and took place during Mexico City's annual Material Art Fair.

http://thankyouforbelievinginme.com/

 

Traicion with Live Mariachi Performance

Recalling the soundtrack and atmosphere of Mexico’s queer party Traición, the show hosted disco-sampling DJ sets from Derre Tida, Alan Balthazar, and NAAFI’s Mexican Jihad, plus a very special impromptu Mariachi performance.

 

Mya Gomez

With releases on NON and an upcoming PAN ambient compilation, Mexican artist Mya Gomez played a dark but dance floor-friendly mix.

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Future Gallery & Lodos Gallery

http://lodosgallery.info/ http://futuregallery.org/

Future Gallery’s director Mike Ruiz invited Francisco Cordero-Oceguera from Mexico City's Lodos Gallery to talk Mexican food, mezcal, and top picks for Material Art Fair. Future Gallery is a Berlin-based gallery that often deals with music and sonic soundscapes, with a Mexico City pop-up space during the fair.

 

Garrett Nelson & Dimitris Papadatos: Ontology Of Boring Places or Daffodils in Lisbon

Visual artist and writer Garrett Nelson joined musician Dimitris Papadatos, aka Jay Glass Dubs, for a spoken word and sound performance that traversed disparate geographies and intimacies.

 

Soju Margarita Club

Soju Margarita are Mexico City’s experts on K-pop. Listen back to hear the best new Korean grime, pop, and R&B. 

 

 

 

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