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Y La Bamba On World Cafe

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Hear the indie-pop group play songs from its forthcoming album, Oh February, and discuss its fusion of traditional Mexican music and alternative rock.

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Y La Bamba On 'World Cafe: Next'

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The Portland-based Latin pop band is skilled at mixing up their influences — from accordions to mariachi.

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Algo Nuevo: 8 Releases Alt.Latino Is Looking Forward To In 2012

From Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Guatemala and the US, here's some artists we look forward to this year.

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