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The 6 hottest songs of the 200 submitted this week

200 submissions this week

Oaxaca Love Song singleby Las Cafeteras. “Las Café” never ceases to amaze,  If you are used to their hip-hop son jarocho sound this is a pleasant surprise – it harks back to the Mexican rock of the 50’s, throws in references to  to the food and famous people of Oaxaca,. Even you don’t speak Spanish, this song will make you smile and dance. Available on Spotify and YouTube.

Igual single/videos by Los Hollywood. The San Diego-based bilingual rock band switches gears as bassist Heidy Flores turns string duty over to her band mates and uses her power voice to deliver an up tempo and really fun message of equality. Stream on Spotify, Soundcloud. Video on YouTube.

Whatever,single by Naliya.  A syncopated pop breakup song by  the rising Canadian  chanteuse. The bleeding edge lyrics are sheathed in smooth synths and her equally sharp-edged voice. Available on all platforms.

Gravity,single by and Maggie Szabo. Maggie keeps getting better and better. This collaboration with Olli Harper is a high-energy uplifting dance song with Maggie’s great vocals and a driving beat  encased in Harper’s shimmering signature production. This will be a fierce club hit. Release date Oct. 1. Go to Maggie’s Spotify page  and follow her.  Also be on the lookout for more Maggie singles coming in October, including a new cover of “Buttercup”.

Pinky’s Blues album by Sue Foley. From one of the best blues guitarist in the country. A collection that will knock your socks off. From the first cut, “Dallas Man” you will be captivated as Foley grabs and growls and soars like only she can in the blues. “Dallas Man: is out now on Spotify. Preorder/save the album on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, and iTunes.

The Disappearing Girl, single/video by The Aquadolls. So.Much. Fun. The punk trio tells a 1970’s sit-com tale of a three-timing dude who gets caught.  Twangy guitars, great harmony, hooks that most punk songs can’t achieve.  The three women of Aquadolls are over the top but always hit the sweet spot.  

BONUS  Every Migrant is My Fellow by Noctambule with guest appearances byChrista Burch, Nuala Kennedy, Liz Knowles, Tom Neylan and Rebecca Richman, and wonderful artwork by Anita White. Pre-order at

Patrick O’Heffernan



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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (429 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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