Alborada is an independent website covering Latin America related issues such as politics, media and culture. They also organise and promote documentary screenings and talks on a number of issues related to the region.

Sounds and Colours
is a Latin American music and culture magazine founded in order to generate awareness of the diverse cultures of South America, aiming to counter the often narrow view of the continent which misses the diversity it embodies.

Jungle Drums is a small media group founded to showcase the best of Brazilian culture in the UK, dispelling stereotypes and promoting the interaction and growth of Brazil as a brand with a powerful meaning for the British public.

Latino Life
is a general guide to what's going on in the Latin and Spanish scene in London; including arts, dance, literature, film, food, talks and music.

Latinos in London
is a comprehensive cultural guide to Latin America and Iberia in the UK.

Latino Music UK
aims to broaden the scope of Latin music and culture in the UK through event and artist promotion.

Como No
have been presenting the 'who's who of the what’s what' of Latin music in the UK since 1986.



SOAS Radio (formerly Open Air) is an online radio station housed by the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. The station produces programmes with a strong focus on the regions of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, as well as their Diasporas.

Groovalizacion Internet Radio gives a voice to the new musical scenes, creating a place where traditions and modernity freely mingle: Fusion, world, electro, Celtic music, flamenco, jazz, tango, reggae, ska, soul, urban sounds, bossa-nova, klezmer, raï... Groovalizacion is a progressive music lab, a meeting place and one of cultural exchange.

Resonance 104.4FM is the world’s first radio art station, established by London Musicians’ Collective to provide a radical alternative to the universal formulae of mainstream broadcasting. It features programmes made by musicians, artists and critics who represent the diversity of London’s arts scenes, with regular weekly contributions from nearly two hundred musicians, artists, thinkers, critics, activists and instigators.


London Latin American Film Festival
is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the distribution and appreciation of Latin American films in the UK. This London based festival showcases the best of new Latin American cinema each year.

Discovering Latin America
screens a diverse, cutting-edge programme of Latin American films at the annual DLA Film Festival and platforms a wide scope of other arts projects. It's a non-political organisation that also helps to support underprivileged people in Latin America.