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Nonstop Grooves With Guest DJ Novalima

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Afro-Peruvian band Novalima performs a Tiny Desk Concert on Jan. 12, 2012. Doriane Raiman/NPR hide caption

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Novalima: Tiny Desk Concert

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New Latin American Music Picks From 'Global Village'

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Un Poquito Más Duro, Un Poquito Más Suave: New Music From Latin America

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This Week On Alt.Latino: Brazilian Lo-Fi, Mexican Pop Pleasures And More

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