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For the past 13 years, Oakland-based band LoCura has crafted their own distinct musical identity: "Califas Canto," a remix of rhythms and vocal expressions from Spain to California. With the Cajón drum as the pulse, LoCura weaves a tapestry of migratory beats together with lyrical poetry evoking the cultural kaleidoscope of their hometown Oakland. Their themes draw on cultural resilience, immigrants rights & border issues and making another world possible. Ana Tijoux meets Manu Chao with a touch of Lhasa. LoCura has toured the U.S, Canada, Nicaragua, Mexico and Spain playing music festivals and sharing the stage with artists such as Bombino, La Cuneta Son Machin, Ziggy Marley, Beats Antique, Quetzal, and Nortec Collective. In the California Bay Area they have opened for Sergio Mendes, La Santa Cecilia, The Seshen & Bomba Estereo and have sold out The Great American Music Hall and The Independent in San Francisco. LoCura has released three full length albums and is currently writing and recording music for their fourth album.