With bands like Allout Helter and Cheap Perfume fighting bigots of all stripes through their lyrics, it would be easy to think Colorado's anti-fascist music scene is synonymous with punk. But this year, a new voice joined the ranks decrying hatred and violence. Lolita Castañeda's debut single, "Toda Mi Gente," is an optimistic, bilingual pop banger that addresses pressing social issues such as police violence, gun safety and the rise of the racist right. While the song tackles hard topics, it's also joyful. Castañeda, who got her start as a vocalist with the hip-hop group 2MX2, has taken her time releasing solo material, and the wait has been worth it.