Posted by Elena del Valle on November 5, 2007
“Loteria Beats Mixtape, Vol. 1” album cover
Photo, song: Nacional Records
Raul Campos, host of “Nocturna” show on Santa Monica public radio station KCRW, just released “Loteria Beats Mixtape, Vol. 1,” one of the first of its kind in this genre with the flow of a mixtape; well known electronic acts like Nortec Collective (Tijuana), The Pinker Tones (Barcelona), Pacha Massive (The Bronx) and Mexican Institute of Sound (Mexico City); rare remixes of the work of Thievery Corporation, David Byrne and Sergio Mendes; and up-and-comers Cuarto Poder, Los Rumbers, and Choc Quib Town.
The new album tracks include DJ Bitman, Shine; Nortec Collective, Olvidela Compa (Rosco Remix);Los Rumbers, Como Mi Ritmo No Hay Dos; Pacha Massive, Don’t Let Go; Cuarto Poder, Arenita Playita; Papashanty, Roots; Choc Quib Town, Somos Pacificos; Brothers Behind the Light with SBL, If You Wanna Be Yourself (ESJK Remix); Thievery Corporation, Exilio (Rewound by Thievery Corporation); Stolen Identity, Playa De Musica; David Byrne, Like Humans Do (Los Amigos Invisibles Remix); Sergio Mendes feat. Black Eyed Peas, Mas Que Nada (Masters at Work Remix); The Pinker Tones, Aonido Total (The Million Guitar Remix); Digi & Gabo, Color; Mexican Institute of Sound, Cha Cha Cha; and Territorio Comanche, Cumbian Dub.
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Campos, a native Angelino, is a tastemaker DJ and host of the annual Latin Alternative Music Conference for the second year in a row. He also hosts Saturday night’s mega-mixes for Power Tools on Power 106 FM, one of the longest running underground mix shows in Los Angeles. Campos has also opened for musical acts including Stevie Wonder, Martin Gore of Depeche Mode, Sheila E, Supreme Beings of Leisure and Lionel Richie.
To listen to the single “Olvidela Compa” (Rosco Remix) by Nortec Collective from the Raul Campos “Loteria Beats Mixtape Vol. 1″ album click on the play button below.
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