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New Latin Music For 2013

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New Latin Music For 2013

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New Latin Music For 2013

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The Oakland, Ca. ensemble Candelaria is one of Alt.Latino's artists to watch for 2013. i

The Oakland, Ca. ensemble Candelaria is one of Alt.Latino's artists to watch for 2013. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Oakland, Ca. ensemble Candelaria is one of Alt.Latino's artists to watch for 2013.

The Oakland, Ca. ensemble Candelaria is one of Alt.Latino's artists to watch for 2013.

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What better way to fight off the winter blues than with some good music? Felix Contreras and Jasmine Garsd, hosts of NPR's Alt.Latino podcast, return to Weekend Edition Sunday to share some exciting releases from the coming year.

New Latin Music For 2013

Cover for Welcome To Tijuana (Freaky Philip remix)

Welcome To Tijuana

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Manu Chao vs. Freaky Philip

  • Song: Welcome To Tijuana
  • from Welcome To Tijuana (Freaky Philip remix)
Cover for Oh February

Oh February

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Y La Bamba

  • Song: Oh February
  • from Oh February
Cover for Candelaria

No No No

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Candelaria

  • Song: No No No

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