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Mad Musical Scientists: Latin Musicians Who Dare To Experiment

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Cooking Tamales For The Beatles: Guest DJ Sandra Cisneros

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Jesse & Joy, Juanes Win Big At Latin Grammys

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Cuban Sounds: From Mambo To Pop, And Back Again

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Flaco Jimenez: Tiny Desk Concert

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Bomba Estéreo's new album, Elegancia Tropical, comes out Nov. 6. Rafael Piñeros, Mulato Films/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Love And Rockets (And Music): Comic-Book Pioneers Gil & Jaime Hernandez

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Yva Las Vegass: Tiny Desk Concert

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Renaud Garcia-Fons: Tiny Desk Concert

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L.A. Soul, Chilean Hip-Hop, Colombian Cumbia And More

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Alex Anwandter is one of the musicians KCRW's Raul Campos is looking forward to seeing at the Latin Alternative Music Conference in New York. Anwandter's new album, Rebeldes, came out on June 26. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Latin Alternative Music Conference Preview

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