Since the early 1980s, independent label Devil in the Woods has released music from a wealth of future indie-rock greats, including Bright Eyes, Grandaddy, Death Cab For Cutie and Sparklehorse, and eventually grew into a glossy print magazine. But in a surprising pivot, founder Mike Cloward shifted the company during the pandemic from its longtime San Francisco base to Mexico City, where it is now pursuing a new mission to introduce Latin rock acts to a worldwide audience.
The latest step in that direction is Espacios Vacios Vol. 2, a compilation of established and up-and-coming female-powered artists that was released on March 8 to commemorate International Women’s Day. It’s
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