Fito de la Parra is likely one of the few people on earth who can say he helped hijack a helicopter—without getting arrested. The Canned Heat drummer fondly recalls how he and his bandmates were desperately trying to make it to Woodstock for their set in the summer of ‘69, but all roads to the upstate New York hamlet were impossibly jammed. In the years that followed, Canned Heat has since become an acclaimed international act. Learn more about the band’s exciting journey, as contributing writer Eric Althoff sits down with de la Parra in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, including details on their upcoming Annapolis show.
More to Watch By Cynthia Gross On February 23, Mexico City-based multi-instrumentalist Klaatu Suuns released the official music video for his latest single, “Andreas,” ft. American duo Speck Joliet. The expansive, dreamy track transports audiences to a place of magic and wonder while exploring themes of nostalgia and repentance. The beginning of the music video, […]
More to Watch By Jaci Jedrych https://youtu.be/YA28PYF533w This reading of Alchemical Records content is to provide a multimedia experience for our audience while increasing the accessibility of our content to persons with hearing loss, low vision, dyslexia, physical or motor disabilities, or are on the autism spectrum. Mexico City-based band Tripoli’s latest track “Ignore This […]