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Kassin +2
The trio of Moreno Veloso, Alexandre Kassin, and Domenico Lancelloti has just completed a trilogy of albums (each appended with +2) where the band name changes as each member takes his turn writing music and overseeing the production process. No matter who is charge, this is one of the edgiest outfits on the Brazilian music scene.
By Chris Nickson

Camilo Lara
Camilo Lara is the man behind Mexican Institute Of Sound, but he's also a top record exec for EMI Mexico with his ear glued to the underground, as well as an author on the verge of his print debut. With so many balls in the air, it's easy to see why the Mexico City native finds fullfillment in cross-pollinating as many musical style as he can.
By Lissette Corsa

Manu Chao
After six years away from the studio and a couple of extensive American tours, Latin rock rebel Manu Chao is back in the spotlight with La Radiolina—perhaps his most urgent and political statement yet. Chao has a lot on his agile mind, and he pulls no punches in this in-depth and revealing encounter, offering up a comprehensive look at his roots, his current tour, and his opinions on the state of the world.
By Mario Iván Oña

Federico Aubele
Travel is an ongoing theme for Argentinean songwriter Federico Aubele, whose Panamericana is named after the famed highway that stretches from Alaska to the tip of Argentina. Not only does he let everything he comes across influence his music, but he spins it all into a rich, sexy tapestry that jibes perfectly with the ultra-hip Eighteenth Century Lounge label headed by Thievery Corporation. GR catches up with Aubele to get to the bottom of his travel bug.
By Tad Hendrickson

Jesus Alemañy And Cubanismo
Renowned for a lean brass section and a freewheeling, danceable jazz style, the powerhouse ensemble Cubanismo is back with Greetings From Havanna. Led by trumpeter and frontman Jesus Alemañy, the group sitrs up a wicked brew of guaracha, son, rumba, mambo, and Afro-Cuban jazz—a full-blown musical assault with so much swing, it could make Congress rethink the U.S.-Cuba embargo.
By Lissette Corsa

Café Tacvba
For nearly two decades Mexico City's Café Tacvba have captivated audiences around the globe with their arty, introspective and ultimately life-loving music, and now they're back with Sino—their first studio album in four years, self-produced under the watchful eye of mentior and super-producer Gustavo Santaolalla. Lead vocalist Ruben Albarran and bassist Quique Rangel hold forth.
By Phil Freeman

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