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September 5, 2010 Bostich and Fussible is part of the acclaimed Nortec Collective, whose name stems from the words "Norteño" and "Tecno." On the group's new album, Bulevar 2000, it puts a pretty heavy emphasis on the "tec" in Nortec, without losing its "Norteño" twang.
Gotan Project's third studio album is titled Tango 3.0.
May 18, 2010 The Parisian group pioneered the art of merging traditional tango and modern pop into electronic dance music. On Gotan Project's new album, Tango 3.0, Banning Eyre says the band truly globalizes Argentina's most beloved musical export.
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April 27, 2006 By the 1960s, the tango — born of a union of sin and salvation in Buenos Aires early in the 20th century — had become something of a ballroom relic. Now the sound of the tango is enticing a new generation, thanks in part to the musicians of the Gotan Project.
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April 6, 2006 Former Smiths singer Morrissey; Nick Drake-inspired folk from Josh Ritter; Former Kinks guitarist Dave Davies; Lurking monsters in the music of Calexico; French, Swiss & Argentine Gotan Project; Oklahoma art rockers The Starlight Mints.
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October 20, 2003 Music through the mail: Postal Service; New Orleans funk from Garage a Trois; Jazz from Sweden: Tord Gustavsen Trio; Beethoven from the Jacques Loussier Trio; Paris meets Argentina with Gotan Project. Featured Artist: Isobel Campbell.
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