La Misa Negra advocates right to choose on New Single and video “Dueña De Mi”

LA MISA NEGRA

ADVOCATES RIGHT TO CHOOSE ON

NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO

“DUEÑA DE MI”

 

” ‘Dueña de mi,’ released strategically on International Women’s Day (March 8), is a fiercely feminine anthem that affirms a woman’s right to choose, but makes you dance in the process.” – BILLBOARD LATIN

 

Known for their unique blend of heavyweight cumbia and high energy Afro-Latin music, the Oakland septet created a voice for this powerful anthem that resonates strongly with today’s issues and that is visibly reflected by the lyrics and video for their new single.

 

Listen to La Misa Negra’s sophomore album

“La Misa Negra” HERE

 

CATCH THEM LIVE IN A CITY NEAR YOU!

3/16 – CHICHA SUMMIT DAY PARTY @ SPIDER HOUSE, AUSTIN, TX – 6PM

3/16 – SXSW SHOWCASE @ RUSSIAN HOUSE, AUSTIN, TX – 10PM

3/17 – SXSW SHOWCASE @ SPEAKEASY, AUSTIN, TX – 12AM

3/23 – TREEFORT MUSIC FEST, BOISE, ID

3/24 – TREEFORT MUSIC FEST, BOISE, ID

3/30 – NEW PARISH, OAKLAND, CA

3/31 – MOE’S ALLEY, SANTA CRUZ, CA

 

 

iTunes Music

Despite the band’s clear old-school influences, their Latin funk remains both fiercely modern and unmistakably their own, whether they’re roaring through combustible jams like “Yayabo” or getting eerie with hypnotic grooves like “Tierra.”

 

San Francisco Chronicle

With the release of La Misa Negra’s debut album, “Misa de Medianoche,” and a second in the works, the band joins the growing ranks of dynamic energetic underground ensembles who have been redefining modern Latino and Latin music. — Alejandra Salazar

 

NPR – All Songs Considered

“Sancocho” is named after a hearty stew popular in several Latin American countries, but La Misa Negra’s performance doesn’t leave much room even to catch your breath, let alone chew. The eight members of the cumbia-loving band from Oakland, Calif., light a fire under the metaphorical soup kettle with this thrillingly frenetic, percussion-heavy concoction. — Rachel Horn

 

NPR – Alt.Latino

(Sancocho) feels like weaving through traffic in a city in South America, at rush hour, on your bicycle, with a beer in your hand. It’s just lunacy and I Iove it. — Jasmine Garsd

 

 

www.LaMisaNegra.com

 

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