Felix Contreras Felix Contreras is host of Alt.Latino, NPR's program about Latin Alternative music and Latino culture.

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Who We Found In Austin: The Marías, Liniker, Combo Chimbita And More

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SXSW 2018 Recap: Hip Hop, Latin Folk and Mexican Barbecue

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Amara La Negra On Her Roots, Miami Reality And Barbecue

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SXSW 2018 Dispatch: Live Performances From The Marias And Amara La Negra

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Alt.Latino's SXSW 2018 Preview: Amara La Negra, Balún, Bad Gyal And More

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The Best Latinx Films Of 2017 Won't Win An Oscar. They Weren't Even Nominated

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Reggaeton In The Age of #MeToo

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