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Pachyman forges his own version of dub music on 'Switched-On'

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Attendees at Mexico's Festival de Avándaro, which took place in 1971 outside of Valle de Bravo. Colecciones Carlos Monsiváis/Museo del Estanquillo hide caption

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Remembering Avándaro, a watershed moment in Mexican rock history

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Tune in to a mini-concert with Mireya Ramos and the Poor Choices

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