First Listen: Bostich And Fussible, 'Bulevar 2000' Bostich and Fussible is part of the acclaimed Nortec Collective, whose name stems from the words "Norteño" and "Tecno." On the group's new album, Bulevar 2000, it puts a pretty heavy emphasis on the "tec" in Nortec, without losing its "Norteño" twang.
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First Listen: Bostich And Fussible, 'Bulevar 2000'

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Bostich y Fussible are the names of two members of the Mexican quartet that calls itself Nortec Collective.

Bulevar 2000 is a couple of big steps forward for their contributions to Nortec Collective’s distinct combination of techno and the accordion fueled sound of norteño music from Northern Mexico.

The result is a hypnotic album that fluctuates between a down tempo Parisian lounge and a fast drive down Tijuana's Avenida Revolución.