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Roundup: The Hot Half dozen for September 7, 2020

Patrick O’Heffernan,  Host, Music Sin Fronteras radio

My Friends, single by Binx. Binx does it again, contemporary pop that is both and earworm and a message about bullying both online and offline. Self-produced with Mada Atoms it bops along withs a quirky mix that adds up to fun.  Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play.

Me and My Babe. Single (live) by Irene Diaz. Everything Diaz does grabs your gut and your heart and this is no exception.  The single following on the heels of Live carries you along in her world of love and music.  When you have Irene Diaz to listen to, as her lyrics say, Come What May/No, we will never be lonely anymore. Stream/buy on Bandcamp.

 Love Synonym #1, album.WONHO. The K-Pop singer/songwriter/producer, Asian heartthrob with a ton of talent releases a first step solo album that brings all of his formidable musical and visual talent together into addictive songs. K-pop can be an acquired taste.  WONHON makes it easy to acquire. Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube.

United We Stand, single by Los Mososos. These guys have roared back from the 90’s and rock today’s beats and news stories with their unique mix of rock, reggae, funk, ska, and salsa . Head-bop and finger snap while you are inspired by their music that says  brutality and persecution can’t last if we stand together.  Checks out the new album, All Grown Up.

Everlasting, album by Loyal Lobos (aka Andrea Silva). She puts emotion inside of music notes and injects them into your veins where they flow to your heart and your mind.  There is simply nothing like the psychedelic dreamworld she can create in English and Spanish, spinning out her history and her strength.  Wow.  Available on Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube.

Heartland, single/video by Walter Trout from Ordinary Madness album.  Grizzled Americana artist Trout can nail a guitar riff and story like no one else.  Singing from the heartland about the dreams of a young girl looking for a way to make her life shine like what she sees on TV.  He makes you feel the heartbreak of her family seeing she’s gone and the wonder she feels seeing the world beyond the cornfields.   Streaming on all platforms. Video at



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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (442 Articles)
Patrick O’Heffernan, PhD., is a music journalist based in Mexico, with a global following. He focuses on music in English and Spanish that combines rock and rap, blues and jazz and pop with music from Latin America, especially Mexico like cumbia, banda, son jarocho, and mariachi. He is also edits a local news website and is a subeditor of a local Spanish language newspaper. Check out his weekly column Music Sin Frontera on Sunday nights.

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