Turn The Beat Around : Latino USA This week, Latino USA is playing back some of our favorite music stories and giving a nod to artists who put their own spin on the music scene.

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This week, Latino USA is playing back some of our favorite music stories and giving a nod to artists who put their own spin on the music scene.

Janice Llamoca/Latino USA

Turn The Beat Around

This week, Latino USA is playing back some of our favorite music stories and giving a nod to artists who put their own spin on the music scene.

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Kumbia Queers: Cumbia Is More Punk Than Punk

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L.A. Band Features World's First Trans Mariachi

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Irving Fields: Bagels and Bongos

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