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

Jasmine and Felix return from their travels, ready to share some brand new music with you.

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The Latin Alternative Music Conference Preview

Raul Campos joins Alt.Latino from Santa Monica to highlight upcoming bands from the LAMC.

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Guest DJ Lila Downs: The Music That Makes Her Fierce

This week on Alt.Latino, the Mexican American singer shares the music that changed her life, from Miles Davis to Orishas.

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