Peruvian comedian Jaime Ferraro delves into his unique satirical take on how privilege operates in Peru and Latin America in our Polivision Interview. By portraying an upscale, white male from an exclusive Lima’s neighborhood who is seemingly unaware of his entitlement, Ferraro–who now lives in Madrid–explores the stark social differences […]Read More
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In a context of mental health global crisis in our pandemic world, Jaime Rodriguez Z., a Peruvian journalist living in Madrid, writes and narrates “Informe de los Bosques” [Report of the Forests], a podcast in Spanish about “anxiety and other darkness.” Historical, academic, statistical, and poetic references complement an intense […]Read More
The songs of Temporada de Pesca [Fishing Season], the latest album by Martin Guerra, will probably appear on exquisitely curated playlists of Indie Alterlatino. Martin Guerra, a Peruvian musician based in Madrid, has produced an experimental and hybrid album that combines Latin American musical traditions—the Afro-Peruvian being a crucial one—with […]Read More