Are Los Bunkers the best rockeros in Chile?

Los bunkers, arguably Chile's most famous rock quintet, originally hail from the southern Chilean city of Concepcion and moved to Santiago a year after forming in 1999, but have been based in Mexico since 2008.

Nada que ver, Camila Moreno

Camila Moreno's Nada Que Ver

Madonna threatens to cancel show in Chile

Recently, on her South America tour 2012, Madonna recently threatened to cancel her only show in Chile. The singer told the gathering crowd in Santiago that she would stop the show if people would not stop smoking. In a video posted by the celebrity gos…

Alien Gun’s debut album: Dreaming at 1420 MHz

Alien Gun, a four-piece prog rock band from Santiago de Chile are currently about to release their debut album, Dreaming at 1420 MHz, which is currently available as a free mp3 download. We spoke to the band about the album and their music. Chileno: So…

La Hell Gang

La Hell Gang, is a Chilean trio belting out 60's style heavy rock, with one album under their belts Just What is Real and another on its way. Guitarist Francisco Cábala spoke to us about the released album and other projects that he is currently invovle…

Promises

  Chilean super funksters Los Mono caused an internet sensation with the infectious Promesas and the outrageously quirky video that's gone viral on youtube. The track is from Los Mono Somos Los Que Estamos which you can get from itunes…

Minimental

We had a chat with Cristobal Torres, the hands behind the Chilean electronic music that is Minimental, who took time out to speak to chileno about what he's up to at the moment. Cristobal is from Santiago and his style is a mix of progressive trance, te…

Interview with The Ganjas!

So, we all know that the Wigan garage band, The Verve as a unit are over...or... are...they? Err...well yes they are. But you could be mistaken for thinking that they have been reincarnated... in Chilean form! The Ganjas, hailing from Santiago, are a Ch…

Trostrigo – Chilean New Wave

Trostrigo: I was born in Rancagua, and stayed there until I finished high school, then I travelled to Talca to study at the University, then I left Talca and went to Buenos Aires ... I learned to play the guitar in high school and I worked so that I cou…

Camila Moreno: Don’t mention the F word

Camila Moreno's newly released album Panal (honeycomb) is the latest and third offering from the young Chilean musician. In something of a departure from her earlier work (e.g. about half the songs in her debut album almismotiempo are heavily influenced…