An event brought to you by the Institute of Texan Cultures, highlighting the sounds of a marginalized people in south Texas. The event featured live vocal performances from Mexican Stepgrandfather and Vocab, a live DJ set by JJ Lopez, and the sounds of Bombasta had everyone getting out of their museum seats to dance about it. People of all ages attended and plans are in the works for a future installment of Sounds on the Margins...
|graphic courtesy of The Institute of Texan Cultures: In Association with the Smithsonian Institution|
I had the opportunity to speak with the artists over how they feel about their art. Linked below are the sounds of the artists describing the sound of their music and the importance of this artistic cultural expression represented internationally at the Institute..
- Catch Marco Cervantes performing and recording with Third Root
- Roberto Livar performing with Bombasta
- Mari Hernandez of the Mas Rudas art collective establishing their residency at The Institute of Texan Cultures on August 16th.
- The sounds of Andrea "Vocab" Sanderson can be heard on Soundcloud, for sale at Amazon, and all over San Antonio