Hector chats with his brother Chris about R. Kelly and Michael Jackson, their favorite horror films new and old, the supernatural, faith, and nuance.
Hector discusses immigration, voting and music with Latin Grammy-winning violinist Sita Chay of Cosmopolis Collective, and renowned percussionist and composer Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of People of Earth.
Call me old-fashioned, but I still expect singers to be able to sing.
Jeffrey Bennett of SAG-AFTRA and Mitch Glazier of the RIAA dennounce SiriusXM, encouraging the music industry to push the Music Modernization Act’s forward.
“It’s about music. It’s about the people who love to listen to it, and the people who love to make it. That connection between music lover and music maker is primal and unbreakable.”
“It’s also important to challenge the thinking, traditions, and policies that hold down sectors of our population.”
“Come Be Me” is a sweet soundtrack to beach days and barbeques and comes on the heels of the release of his “Tiny Desk Concert” via NPR Music.
The New York based Dominican singer-songwriter & women’s rights activist steps into the spotlight with her emotionally charged solo debut Single “9 Months.”