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ARTS IN CONTEXT

Migrant Kids

  • Aired: 11/02/2017
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
“With the music we listened to growing up, there was no Hispanic Arcade Fire or Radiohead, so the bands you liked didn’t look like you” says Miguel Ojeda who, along with his cousin John Zakoor, named their band Migrant Kids in honor of their migrant worker parents. Ojeda and Zakoor must reckon with a culture clash that most indie bands never have to think about.
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Named in honor of their migrant worker parents, Migrant Kids are a new face of indie rock.
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