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Davíd Garza, the co-producer of Fiona Apple's Fetch the Bolt Cutters, talks about the economic challenges of the pandemic with a panel of guests. Felix Contreras/NPR hide caption

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How Some Indie Musicians Innovate And Improvise During Coronavirus

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Alt.Latino's video chat with musicians affected by the coronavirus crisis. Top row, left to right: host Felix Contreras, Enrique Chi. Bottom row, left to right: Davíd Garza, Rocio Marron. Courtesy of Enrique Chi hide caption

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Indie Musicians On The Economic And Emotional Impact Of Coronavirus

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Los Gallos Negros perform at a rally in front of the White House in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, June 21, 2018. Felix Contreras/NPR hide caption

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Protesting Trump's Immigration Policy Through Song

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Davíd Garza: Tiny Desk Concert

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