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A generation of contemporary artists are drawing on the lessons of the past to reimagine the classic bolero. Left to right: Olga Guillot, La Lupe, and Doris Anahí Victor Bizar Gomez for NPR hide caption

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Reimagined for a new era, boleros become songs of gendered rebellion

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Toro y Moi's MAHAL tops this week's shortlist of the best albums out on April 29. Chris Maggio / LAUR hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on April 29

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Dominican-born, Italian-raised Yendry turned heads with her single "YA," released earlier this year. Nati Ching/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Mon Laferte's new album is called SEIS. Mayra Ortiz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Speed Dating Through Spring's New Music

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