MEXICAN INSTITUTE OF SOUND is one of the craziest things coming out of Mexico for some time (well, since Silverio, i guess...). Camilo Lara tries an extremly entertaining fusion of electronic, dubby beats/sounds with traditional Latin music, including Colombian cumbia and Cuban Chacha... It's like a vulcano of screaming trumpets. Sounds a bit like Aphex Twin on mescal played by Esquivel, Herb Alpert & Speedy Gonzales. Camilo also was the brainchild of Mexico's influential label SUAVE. His last album PINATA was a big success in Mexico and will be released in Europe by Cooking Vinyl soon. It was produced by Holger from Le hammond inferno. Oh, by the way... Camilo did a remix for le hammond inferno for the Mexican release of the album "My first political dance album". The remix was like a "STARS on 45"-mix-thing and was never officially released. Finally here you can get it for the first time...
MEXICAN INSTITUTE OF SOUND - escribeme pronto (DJ GORKY/BONDE DO ROLE rmx) (MP3)
LE HAMMOND INFERNO - M.F.P.D.A. (MEXICAN INSTITUTE OF SOUND rmx) (MP3)
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