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Three Cities, Four Festivals, One Alt.Latino Weekend

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Guest DJ Agustín Lira

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Latin Roots: New Cuban Electronica

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Alt.Latino Picks The Best Of 2016 (So Far)

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What's Past Is Present On Two New Puerto Rican Albums

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The tragedy in Orlando compels us to consider and celebrate spaces of gay Latin pride — especially the dance floor. Monika Graff/Getty Images hide caption

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'I Feel Like I'm Free When I'm Dancing There': Love And Pride On The Dance Floor

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The Honduran-Canadian Singer And The Swedish Band: An Alt.Latino Love Story

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Lakou Muzik

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A Guided Tour Of Colombian Music, From The Mountains To The Coasts

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Latin Roots: Joe Bataan

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We Are Everywhere: Latin Alternative Music In Unlikely Places

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Thelma & Luis: An Alt.Latino Road Trip With Attitude

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Latin Roots: Hepe

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Guest DJ Junot Diaz: 'It Takes Guts To Be Alive'

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Latin Roots: Carrie Rodriguez

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Remixing Classics: Fania Opens Its Vaults

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6 Young Music Producers Who Shape Latino Identity With Sound

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Caetano Veloso And Gilberto Gil: Living History

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Carlos Santana Breaks Down His Band's Trailblazing Sound

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