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Latino USA's Summer Music / by Maria Hinojosa | August 7, 2009

Latino USA’s Summer Music

We present three great—and very different—musical offerings this week to help you round-out your summer listening. First up: Steve Turre, the master of the trombone and conch shell brings his chill vibe to our studio and helps Maria find some inner peace. Then Señor Coconut, the alter ego of DJ Uwe Schmidt, helps us re-align our concept of mambo. And we finish up with a pair of Colombian BMX-enthusiasts (Andres Martinez and Camilo Sanabria) whose break beats and hip hop flows as “Monareta” have audiences cranking it from Bogotá to the Bronx. Enjoy!

Steve Turre


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Señor Coconut


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Monareta


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