Articles Tagged with: borderline latin

Borderline Latin: Eliades Ochoa of Buena Vista Social Club Covers Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower”
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Borderline Latin: Eliades Ochoa of Buena Vista Social Club Covers Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower”

Super Bowl commercials be damned, Bob Dylan is still Bob Motherfucking Dylan. Hear him in Spanish.

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Borderline Latin: Moby, Not a Mariachi
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Borderline Latin: Moby, Not a Mariachi

Moby: “Gracias a todo de mis amigos y amigas en la ciudad mexicana de Los Angeles!” We’ll take it.

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Borderline Latin: Gogol Bordello, Borders are Scars (Free Download and Ticket Giveaway)
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Borderline Latin: Gogol Bordello, Borders are Scars (Free Download and Ticket Giveaway)

Gogol Bordello says, “Borders are scars on the face of the planet.” Word.

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Borderline Latin: Tom Waits, Cantinflas’ #1 Fan
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Borderline Latin: Tom Waits, Cantinflas’ #1 Fan

Tom Waits and Cantinflas have more in common than you think.

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Borderline Latin: Los Plantronics, Hecho en Noruega
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Borderline Latin: Los Plantronics, Hecho en Noruega

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Leningrad
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Borderline Latin: Leningrad

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Björk and Telenovelas
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Borderline Latin: Björk and Telenovelas

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: David Lee Roth, Eat ‘Em and Fail
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Borderline Latin: David Lee Roth, Eat ‘Em and Fail

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Why Borders? Watcha Clan
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Borderline Latin: Why Borders? Watcha Clan

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Infected Mushroom, Shrooms for the End of the World
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Borderline Latin: Infected Mushroom, Shrooms for the End of the World

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: The Latin Kings of Sweden
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Borderline Latin: The Latin Kings of Sweden

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Nema Problema, a Turbobalcanic Mix from Italy
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Borderline Latin: Nema Problema, a Turbobalcanic Mix from Italy

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Anselmo Crew, Húngaros’ Style (Free Download)
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Borderline Latin: Anselmo Crew, Húngaros’ Style (Free Download)

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Sheena Easton, ’80s MILF
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Borderline Latin: Sheena Easton, ’80s MILF

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Willie Nagasaki, Corazón de Puerto Rico
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Borderline Latin: Willie Nagasaki, Corazón de Puerto Rico

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Tom Tom Club – “Kissin’ Antonio” (free mp3)
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Borderline Latin: Tom Tom Club – “Kissin’ Antonio” (free mp3)

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: DeLeon, Rock en Ladino
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Borderline Latin: DeLeon, Rock en Ladino

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: John Lennon in Almería
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Borderline Latin: John Lennon in Almería

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: The Mothers of Invention
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Borderline Latin: The Mothers of Invention

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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Borderline Latin: Ramones, New York City
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Borderline Latin: Ramones, New York City

In this new weekly column, Salvador Olguín features the works of “non-Latin” artists whose rhythms, themes, or melodic influences have earned it the name of…

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