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Alt.Latino

On The Turntables: Guest DJ Miss Mara

Alt.Latino sometimes invites DJs to come on and spin records. This week: Miss Mara, who spins fun, eclectic mixes at a popular Mexico City bar called El Imperial.

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The Record

Adam Yauch, Co-Founder Of The Beastie Boys, Dies

The gruff-voiced rapper known as MCA was diagnosed with cancer in 2009. He died Friday in New York at the age of 47.

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Music Articles

Beastie Boys: Rap's Elder Statesmen Go Back In Time

The clown princes of hip-hop talk about their eighth album and its epic companion video, which finds them poking fun at their younger selves.

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