German DJ Shantel collaborates with Greek musician Areti Ketime in "EastWest." Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Arturo O'Farrill conducts during recording sessions in Havana last winter. David Garten/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Fans attend New York's Brasil Summerfest, which highlights Brazilian music in a wide variety of styles and genres. Eliseu Cavalcante hide caption

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Alt.Latino

An Explosion Of Music From Brasil Summerfest 2015

For those who can't get to New York City, Alt.Latino samples the festival's diverse lineup.

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Nati Cano passed away in 2014, but his music lives on. Daniel Sheehy/Courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways hide caption

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Bardo Martinez of Chicano Batman at Ruido Fest 2015 in Chicago. Catalina Maria Johnson hide caption

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Novalima blends Afro-Peruvian folk music with electronic beats. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nonstop Grooves With Guest DJ Novalima

On Alt.Latino, the band spins music and discusses mixing electronic beats with Afro-Peruvian folk.

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DJ Tribilin Sound serves up bass, beeps and bloops from the Peruvian underground. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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In the fall of 1972, Yes' tour took the band from Canada to North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and New York. Roger Dean/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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