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The members of Chicano Batman are, from left to right, Carlos Arévalo, Gabriel Villa, Bardo Martinez and Eduardo Arenas. Josue Rivas/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Guest DJ: Chicano Batman's Musical DNA

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Chicano Batman outside the World Cafe performance studio at WXPN in Philadelphia. Galea McGregor/WXPN hide caption

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Latin Roots: Chicano Batman

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Spoon (left), Chicano Batman (center) and Valerie June (right) will perform at the SXSW Radio Day Stage. (Photos: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images, Adam Kissick/NPR, Tiana Timmerberg/WXPN.) Getty Images/NPR/WXPN hide caption

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Freedom Is Free is the latest album by Los Angeles quartet Chicano Batman. Left to right: Eduardo Arenas, Bardo Martinez, Gabriel Villa, Carlos Arévalo. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chicano Batman: A Sound And Vision That Could Only Come From Los Angeles

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