La Pelanga at Accepted Eclectic


On Nov. 2, we had the pleasure of visiting the studios of All Day Play radio for a special issue of Accepted Eclectic. We brought a special set in support of the general strike in Oakland, California, and the many inspiring movements fighting for social justice, economic equality, and educational access in the Middle East, Chile, Nueva York, Colombia, and elsewhere.

In case you missed the show, you can listen online here:

Big up to DJ Smokestack for hosting us!


Carlos Lleras + Huber Araujo – Estudiante en marcha

Reverend Milton Brunson – All power

Raphy Leavitt + Orquesta La Selecta – Jibaro soy

Raíces – Señor presidente

Frankie Dante + Orchestra Flamboyan  – Presidente Dante

Grupo Canalon – Una sola raza

Grupo Taone – La ley de gravedad

Prince Nico Mbarga – Free education

Geraldo Pino and the Heart Beats – Power to the people

Juancho Polo Valencia – Campesino Desamparado

Fuga – 1 de Mayo

Occupy Oakland – Occupy El Radio


This Wednesday, November 2 in Oakland California there will be the first mass general strike in the Occupy Wall Street movement. Thousands are expected to be converging on Oscar Grant/Frank Ogawa Plaza to protest the current system that has allowed the massive disparity in wealth across the world. Su pelangueros plan to be there to protest and contribute. We’ll be playing our favorite take-to-the streets, power-to-the-people, el-pueblo-unido inspired records LIVE, just blocks away from the heart of the protests at All Day Play (Youth Radio studios).

Our good friend DJ Smokestack will be hosting us on his weekly live podcast radio show Accepted Eclectic at 6 PM, (time has been moved up to 5 or 5:30PM) PST. Hopefully many of you will be able to participate directly, but for those who can’t—be sure to tune in online as we join the sounds of La Pelanga with the chorus of the 99%.

Here is a little taste…

La Ley De Gravedad by Grupo Taoné

Grupo Taoné_La Ley de gravedad