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Silvana Estrada performs onstage at 2022 Best New Artist Showcase during the 23rd annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas. David Becker/Getty Images for The Latin Recording Academy hide caption

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Silvana Estrada moves from fear to defiance in Latin Grammy-nominated 'Si Me Matan'

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Top row, left to right: L'Rain, Silvana Estrada, Luluc; Bottom row left to right: FIZZ, Glasser Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: FIZZ, Luluc, Silvana Estrada, more

Have you heard dodie's new band? Looking for some ethereal sonic adventures? On this week's All Songs Considered, NPR Music's Hazel Cills along with Marissa Lorusso (hopefully) turn you on to something new, beginning with FIZZ, the new crazy fun band from dodie.

New Mix: FIZZ, Luluc, Silvana Estrada, more

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Silvana Estrada is this week's guest on Alt.Latino. Jackie Russo/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Silvana Estrada: On cultivating intimacy and generosity in her live performances

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Puerto Rican pop star Rauw Alejandro was a top pick for Alt.Latino's Best Of 2021 panel. Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images for The Latin Recor hide caption

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Alt.Latino presents the best singles of 2021

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Aventura, from left: Romeo Santos, Henry Santos Jeter, Max Santos and Lenny Santos, photographed while attending the White House music series "Fiesta Latina" on October 13, 2009 in Washington D.C. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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New Favorites From Alt.Latino: Aventura, Rawayana And More

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Melissa Aldana, a saxophone wielding chingona, included among this week's female instrumentalists. Holis King/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Women Are Instrumental To Latin Music

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