Mexican Institute of Sound ‘Suave Patria’ EP

Posted on December 13th, by Randy Ortiz in Art, Culture, Design, DJ, Experimental, Interviews, Latino, Music, Review, When Giants Meet. 1 Comment

Camilo Lara of Mexican Institute of Sound recently released an EP ‘Suave Patria’ and has all that you’ve come to expect from a M.I.S. album… damn does it keep you jumping and grooving. Fusing the sounds of old Mexico with different tracks and sounds that make you wanna pull a dance move or two while all the head-nodders will get their fill of bass is what this release is about. As eclectic as sounds come while retaining it’s roots it’s nice to see musical history repeated in a fresh and palatable way to the generation of now. Check out the stream of the album below courtesy of the good folks at KCRW, it will be up until December 28, 2010.

The EP is available now on iTunes for an awesomely low $3.99, also the vinyl on Amazon for $15.10. For more info on Camilo Lara check out our WGM Interview with him.

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