Lucho Pacora

Journalist · Colombia


Freelance journalist, cultural producer and music manager. Since 2009 I write and report for several medias such as Rolling Stone (Argentina), DMAG (Argentina), Zona de Obras (Spain), Marvin (México), Gladys Palmera (Spain), El Comercio (Peru), among others. Also I produced the film festival Al Este de Lima since 2010 to 2012. I was part of the team of curators for the Movistar Música tv channel and for the music festival Viva Perú. Since 2014, I manage the cultural agency El Movimiento, focusing in promote peruvian music and foreigner artists. I was a member of the Latin American Music Managers Association (MMF Latam) and currently I'm part of the IberoAmerican Music Journalists Network (REDPEM). Actually I develop the media QIPULAB, reporting about art, science and technology projects, also I'm part of the editor team in Remezcla Tu Ciudad, an artistic platform focused in sounds art. I mainly share songs on my Spotify account and on my social networks. Occasionally I write articles for some music magazines in Spain, Mexico and Peru.
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Genres accepted most often

Afrobeat / Afropop
African music
Commercial / Mainstream
International pop
They want to receive...
  • Genres
    African music
    Afrobeat / Afropop
    Bass music
    Brazilian music
    French house
    Indie folk
    Nouvelle scene
    Psychedelic pop
They are also open to receiving...
  • Genres
    Dance pop
    Experimental electronic
    Future house
    House music
    French rap
    Traditional music
    Chanson Française/Variété
They don't want to receive...
  • Genres
    Christian music
    Classical music
    Country Americana
    Death / Thrash
    Melodic metal
    Metal / Heavy metal
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+ Analyze the potential of foreigner artists in Latin American music markets. + Make a pitch to suggest some changes or foray strategies in the Latin American music markets. + Contact them with similar artists from Latin America. + Contact them with professionals from the Latin American music industry (journalists, bookers, producers, festival programmers, logistics providers, etc.) + Write a review about the artist in the Ibero American music press (mainly in Spain, México and Perú)
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  • Artists from any country/region
  • Unreleased tracks and released tracks

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