Pacha Massive Dig Deeper in Production and Special Guests in “Where We Come From” on New Album

If you’re fans of Electronic Latin based group, Pacha Massive then you’re aware of their fusion of latin tinged music with electronic and ethereal elements. The listener is always on a musical journey when playing a Pacha Massive album complete with vocals that jump seamlessly between English and Latin languages. It’s been six years since […] Click to read more »

Enter to Win a Pair of Tickets to see Latin/Dance sensation, Los Amigos Invisibles, August 8th on a Luxury Yacht along the Hudson River of NYC

On August 8th, you have the chance to sail on a luxury Yacht along the Hudson River of New York and see Progressive Pulse favorite band, Los Amigos Invisible. Fresh off of their current album, “Repeat After Me”, that dropped earlier this year (Read our Review Here), Los Amigos Invisible promises to literally rock the […] Click to read more »

Fitness Expert, Jose Fernandez inspires us with how he got into fitness, workout wear plus his 3-Minute Workout!

Fitness expert, Jose Fernandez has trained a slew of Latin celebrities as well as his regular spot on Univision’s Despierta America, his own weekly radio show, People En Espanol column and now his workout wear, Ropa Booka, that can be worn outside of the gym while looking good. Progressive Pulse correspondent, Edward Cruz, caught  up […] Click to read more »

Chef Angelo Sosa invites us into his new restaurant, Anejo, Tequileria

Former Top Chef contestant, Angelo Sosa has been busy with his two restaurants in New York City, Social Eatz and now his new one on the  westside, Anejo Tequileria. The former which specializes in global Asian cuisine couldn’t be more opposite than his new one which serves up authentic Mexican cuisine featuring top Tequila and […] Click to read more »

FEATURED ARTIST: One Tribe Nation – “We Are The One”

One Tribe Nation are a progressive band out of Los Angeles who banded together to create music that is inspired by the multicultural elements of the city, producing music that matters. Their first single, “It’s Time” takes on the subject of Occupy LA encouraging people to fight back and reclaim their rights as a people […] Click to read more »

A Closer Look: SF’s and L.A.’s GLBT film festivals heat up with Latin spice by Kevin M. Thomas

San Francisco’s GLBT film festival has a definite Latin flavor this year – with a lot of quality entries from South America. Two of these films will also be featured at L.A.’s OUTFEST from July 8th – 18th. One standout is “Elvis & Madona,” screening June 19 at the Castro in SF at 4pm. After […] Click to read more »

“La Mission” Pays Tribute to the Mission District in SF While Grappling with the Machismo Male

Written and Directed by Peter Bratt and starring Peter’s brother, Benjamin Bratt, “La Mission” tells the  story of Che Rivera, a MUNI bus driver, former inmate and recovering alcoholic, who builds low rider cars. Che loves his son, Jes, an academic achiever he has raised on his own. Then he finds out Jes is gay, […] Click to read more »