From the land that saw the Pirate Bay servers born, we salute all our pirates brothers and sisters and invite you to join us to share the joy of freeing and sharing information.
Mexican Pirates will gather to pilgrim on Saturday February 21st at 1pm (Mexico City time) to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, to pray for a free internet, against copyright and to honour file-sharing, in support of the Pirate Bay during their upcoming Spectrial.
Candles and Pirate Flags will be available to light up and offer inside the venue.
Bring some data love to share!
En español aquí:
The Spectrial begins. Accept No Originals. (specially from Sony,BMG and Warner Bros)
This year i saw RZA twice and for the first time ever. Off the chain and absolutely dope! This event obvioulsy affect substantially my music habits, playlists and finally hip hop took over my Songbird gradually.
This mix is a begginer selection of the tracks that got me into hip hop and made me give up to it! It includes some incredible new discoveries of mexican hip hop + cumbia + favela funk stuff.
Thanks to Evan for setting me up with the essentials and instigate my definitive conversion!
Get the HHNovice mix!:
Super Cholita is a fffffemale super hero from Bolivia. Her boyfriend is a cop, she steals potatoes to give it to the ones that can’t afford the crisis, swears like no one and fly over bolivian skies, thanks to her powerfull cholita dress. Popular bolivian class call her “supercholis”. They like her because she is normal like them …but with some extra features, meant to empower the popular mass. Super Cholita is proud of her roots, she eats lots of “chuño” but also, she really digs all things japanese.
The media discovered “supercholis” today and seems that she wants to hit the international market with her mash-up of manga-latino and good intentions to help Evo Morales.
Other notable super heroes from down below the Empire:
Super Barrio, also featured in SUPER AMIGOS, a feature length documentary that follows 5 modern-day Super Heroes in Mexico City as they fight for social justice and human rights.
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