Gonna be lit! It’s time to sing, shake, dance and rock out together once again after we survived the COVID pandemic and a traumatic year.
For some good vibes, catch our return at this classic venue in West L.A. on Saturday June 26 AND Thursday July 22!
Sunday June 6 @ 4:20 PST
Tune in: http://radiovenice.tv
We will be on the Radio Venice Weekly Live Webcast, live-streaming video from Breakwater Studios in Venice, California!
“Curandera” narrates the tale of a medicine woman whose spirit weaves through an assortment of cultures and time periods. When we have lost our way, the Curandera is one of those great healers and teachers who has been known to come find us, re-connecting us with nature and our inner potential. With fast-paced percussion, melodic flamenco rock-inspired riffs, and a pulsating dance beat, the song pays homage to a universal feminine energy and wisdom. Look closely, Las Curanderas are all around us. Every community has its own Curanderas!
Directed by: Pedro Martinez
Shot and edited by in the desert by: Troy Ramirez
Also edited by: Ray Nichols
Music recorded by Jeff Rayl (Live at the Raylz: Stanton, CA) and Turra Medina (Turra Music: Inglewood, CA) Mixed and mastered by Turra Medina
Music and lyrics by Alarma © 2018
Alarma’s most recent album “World Ignition” is on iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon MP3, Deezer, etc. Download it today and groove out!
When the album came out, the Huffington Post had this to say in a feature about the band:
“Alarma evokes a true world music sound, drawing on a wide range of influences from the Middle East, Latin America, Africa and filtering it through an American pop structure…”
And, our first full length album, “Ripe Conditions,” features 10 songs…the CD’s have been selling out but it’s always on iTunes!
We’re about to drop new CD “World Ignition!” 8 new tracks putting our hearts on our sleeve…bringing some of our deepest stories of loss, triumph and personal inspiration, with ska, calypso rock, cumbia and beyond…it’s an album about finding our voice and persevering to make a stand.
We’ll be playing a latin set at De de Los Muertos, so come see us at Olvera Street at the end of October!
Got mentioned in San Luis Obispo’s newspaper on our first visit to this college town. The show rocked and we will certainly be coming back to serve all the locals and students with their need for sweaty dancing and skankin’!
“I’m checking out Alarma’s video for “The Last Train,” a cool mix of sepia-tone faux retro footage of a couple falling in love mixed with footage of a guitar-accordion-drum trio delivering their indie rock mix that shares some similarities with the likes of Gogol Bordello and Manu Chao—you can hear influences such as Latin cumbia, reggae, ska, African, Middle Eastern, and flamenco sounds. Check them out this Tuesday, Dec. 15, when the L.A.-based band, which fluctuates between three and six members, plays Frog and Peach (9 p.m.; 21-and-older; free).”
BY GLEN STARKEY