Monday, April 20, 2009

nyt catches up with mis

The New York Times takes a look at sampladelic DJ, vinyl collector and record executive Camilo Lara, a.k.a. Mexican Institute of Sound, who's latest album, Soy Sauce, dropped recently:

His quirky but infectious blend of traditional Mexican folk styles with electronica, hip-hop and even Bollywood sounds is increasingly surfacing not just on dance floors, but also on television and film soundtracks (“Ugly Betty,” “Pride & Glory”) and in commercials and video games.

My recent piece in OC Weekly.


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