‘Travel Tips For Aztlan’ announces its Top 10 albums for 2012

‘Travel Tips For Aztlan’ announces its Top 10 albums for 2012

KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, 98.7 in Santa Barbara, 93.7 in San Diego & worldwide at www.kpfk.org

Vesper Public Relations. Los Angeles, CA. December 20, 2012. The longest running bilingual Latin Alternative radio show in Los Angeles Travel Tips For Aztlan ( 16 years!) airing every Saturday on KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, 98.7 in Santa Barbara &93.7  San Diego & all over the world on www.kpfk.org announces its Top 10 albums for 2012.

KPFK Travel Tips For Aztlan’s producer/founder Mark Torres & co-host Mariluz Gonzalez present their Top 10 albums for 2012, based on what both of them have spinned in the radio, preference, or released in  2012.

Mark Torres’s Top 10

Artist: Album: Country:
Quetzal Imaginaries Los Angeles
Carla Morrison Dejenme Llorar Tecate
Gaby Moreno Postales Los Angeles


La Santa Cecilia El Valor Los Angeles
Las Cafeteras It’s Time Los Angeles
Klaus & Kinski Herreros y Fatigas Spain
Chetes Cardio Sapien Mexico
Hidrogenesse Un Digito Binario Dudoso Spain
Suave as Hell Suave as Hell Mexico City


Siddhartha Why You…? Guadalajara

Mariluz Gonzalez’ Top 10

Artist: Album: Country:
Gaby Moreno “Postales” (Los Angeles : Guatemala)
Gepe “GP” Chile
Hector Guerra y Pachamama Crew “Amor Desde El Infierno” Mix Tape Ecuador + Spain
El Haru Kuroi “Canta Gallo” Los Angeles
Ritchie Valens “Little Richard of The   Valley” Compilation tribute Mexico City
Juan Cirerol “Haciendo Leña” Mexicali, Mexico
Bang Data “La Sopa” Oakland
Joe Volume “Lonesome Water, Lonely   Sea” Mexico City + LA
Avanti Esperanza “Palabras Que Son Misiles” Argentina
El Conjunto Nueva Ola “El Conjunto Nueva Ola” Mexico City

During 2012 we can also highlight the wonderful in –studio LIVE performance in KPFK’s legendary Studio A of  Gaby Moreno who returned  to Travel Tips For Aztlan for a second time delivering an  incredible stellar performance, premiering her newly released Spanish language album “Postales”, earning us an accolade from Los Angeles Times


In 2013, KPFK Travel Tips For Aztlan faith full to  ride on the cutting edge as mentioned on Los Angeles Times article ( http://articles.latimes.com/2009/may/24/entertainment/ca-latinradio24), seeking break out artists from all corners of the world, nonetheless, bringing it back home to Los Angeles, and foresee new comer Irene Diaz as the next Angelino to pop up into the music scene whom we are scheduled to premiere her album LIVE in our  Studio A.

Irene Diaz “Tricky Game”


About Travel Tips For Aztlan:

‘Travel Tips for Aztlán’ on 90.7 in LA, 98.7 in Santa Barbara, in San Diego with 16 years in the air, has become an official stop for the bands and artists of all multicultural musical generations. Important and famous groups such as Café Tacvba, Los Aterciopelados, Enjambre, Pastilla, Victimas de Doctor Cerebro, David Garza and many more have visited this space that has opened its doors to every talent in United States and the world.

In 1995, Mark Torres, founder, began the arduous task of bringing the public new musical bilingual artists like Rock in Spanish at the time had not yet representativeness or the thousands of followers with which it currently has.

The program features a strong partnership that has enriched this hard work with three people like current co-host Mariluz González who joined the team in 2008 and has a successful career within the music industry, she also owns the Latin Alternative SourPop Records label and Vesper Public Relations agency, joining the team is GOMEZ who is a leading operator of major musical projects such as Monte Carlo 76, Slowrider, among many others, also working along since 2002 is Mari G who is recognized for her work in alternative music industry and co-host

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