Camilo Lara: How Mexico's musical 'double agent' seeks a universal dance floor : Alt.Latino Anamaria Sayre sits down with world-building producer and Mexican Institute of Sound frontman Camilo Lara to talk about using his fearless intuition to help artists find their voice in the burgeoning hub of Latin music.

Camilo Lara: How Mexico's musical 'double agent' seeks a universal dance floor

Camilo Lara: How Mexico's musical 'double agent' seeks a universal dance floor

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Camilo Lara is this week's guest on Alt.Latino.

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Anamaria Sayre sits down with world-building producer and Mexican Institute of Sound frontman Camilo Lara to talk about using his fearless intuition to help artists find their voice in the burgeoning hub of Latin music.

This episode of 'Alt.Latino' was produced by Robin Hilton. Our editor is Hazel Cills and our project manager is Grace Chung. Our production assistant is Jerusalem Truth and our interns are Sofia Seidel and Pilar Galván. Our VP of Music and Visuals is Keith Jenkins.