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241 song submitted to Music Sin Fronteras from the US, Columbia, Mexico,England Ireland. It was tough but here are my favs

241 songs and albums submitted last week for review.

Brilliantly Boldly Alive, single by Rebecca Folsom. Powerful song of women’s strength and role in the world. The accompanying video is full of joy with an underlying message. First song from the upcoming album Sanctuary, due out on International Woman’s Day, March 8. Pure beauty in Music. Stream on Spotify and Bandcamp. Video on YouTube.

Antichrist Gospel, album by Sunny War. Fourteen songs, some folk, some rock, some poetic, and all intense. They lyrics are on the edge of political, but deep inside is the pain of a breakup. Complex music plainly and simply delivered. And unforgettable. Stream on all major platforms.

Un canto por Méxic vol. 1. The double-Grammy-winning, album by  Natalie Lafourcade featuring Oaxacan artists saxophonist Arodi Martínez, Alan Villanueva from the Etla Valley,  and  the Zapotec rapper Mare Avisación Lírika. Stream on all major platforms.

Brilliantly Boldly Alive video by Rebecca Folsom

Mañana Será Bonita, single by Karol G and Carla Morison. A great combination of two outstanding Mexican talents. And the message is so positive. Musically, the melodic rap over the trap beat works perfectly as the two women weave their voices together. Stream on all major platforms.

2B LUV Part 3, single by Crystal Watters and David Anthony. Bringing house music to the masses is the goal of this album according to Watters, and that it does. Her music skill and production chops of collaborator David Anthony, plus her clear smooth voice, produce house music that won’t let you go. This is a “hit- replay” album. Stream on Spotify

NMDQH, single by Renee. The Mexican pop princess gets you up and dancing with her signature complex beats and sincere lyrics that add up to fun  that goes a little deeper when you follow the words. Stream on all platforms.


Regretting Almost Everything, playlist by Beth Level and Jeff Blumenkfrantz from their Broadway musical

Patrick O’Heffernan



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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (430 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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