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SolArt Radio Episode #61

1. August 2013

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From the Latin Alternative ladies of Santa Ana: Episode 61 includes music recommendations from Ulises Hadjis, Venezuelan singer-songwriter that visited us after performing in NY at the LAMC. Playlist includes Franny Glass, Sokio, Presidente, al cruzar la calle y mas. Listen and spread the word! Promoting Solidarity through all the arts. Stream the show online […]

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SolArt Radio Episode #58

17. March 2013

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From the Latin Alternative ladies of Santa Ana: This episode we play some new songs from Irene Diaz, La Santa Cecilia, Maria del Pilar, Dom La Nena and some not so new ones like The Smiths and Nina Simone. Enjoy, listen and spread the word! Promoting Solidarity through ALL the Arts! Stream the show online […]

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SolArt Radio Episode #57

27. February 2013

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From the Latin Alternative ladies of Santa Ana: New songs by Cafe Tacuva, Camila Moreno, Las Cafeteras and Mariel Mariel. Also Yellow Red Sparks from their excellent new album, great news for La Santa Cecilia, international shout outs and cumbia colombiana. Enjoy, listen and spread the word! Promoting Solidarity through ALL the Arts. Stream the […]

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SolArt Radio Bonus Episode!

1. January 2013

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{Rafa Navejas / Flickr user: Andyst} From the Latin Alternative ladies of Santa Ana: Rafa Navejas from Enjambre guests DJs for this bonus episode ending the year. Featured in the hour is a relaxed conversation about the songs he likes and the experience of playing with the band at the most prestigious music venue in […]

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SolArt Radio Episode #56

28. November 2012

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From the Latin Alternative ladies of Santa Ana: Recorded at the Orange County Center of Contemporary Arts where SolArt along with La Banda Elastica present for the last week the exhibit “Siempre es Hoy” a photo exhibit of musical proportions. The playlist includes new material from Gepe, Carla Morrison, Sonido Landon, a vinyl block from […]

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