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The Alt.Latino Playlist

Carla Morrison.
Carla Morrison.

Latin music can mean a lot of things. From your parents' favorite bolerosreimagined to cumbia-punk, trapchata and the most PG-13 pop, Alt.Latino'sFelix Contreras and Stefanie Fernández have you covered. There's no living room in the world large enough to contain this pachanga.

We'll add the best new songs we hear to this playlist as soon as we hear them. In other words, check back often.

Stream:Spotify&Apple Music.

Alt.Latino Tracklist

Added July 8

  • Bebel Gilberto, "Na Cara"
  • Gonzalo Rubalcaba, "Azúcar Pa' Tu Café"
  • Mexican Institute Of Sound, "Yemayá (feat. Gaby Moreno)"
  • Céu, "Corpocontinente"
  • Archive

  • Gina Chavez, "La Que Manda"
  • Lila Downs, "El Silencio"
  • Cindy Blackman Santana, "Imagine (SongAid)"
  • Mireya Ramos, "Lady Grinning Soul"
  • Natalia Lafourcade, "Mi Tierra Veracruzana"
  • Chicano Batman, "Blank Slate"
  • Helado Negro, "I Fell In Love"
  • Lido Pimienta, "Nada"
  • Sexores, "Nos Lo Dijo La Serpiente"
  • Buscabulla, "NTE"
  • Kathy Palma, "Ella Es"
  • Chucky73, "Brazilera"
  • Mon Laferte, "Biutiful"
  • LASTMONDAY, "Audemars"
  • Holy Wave, "Escapism"
  • Javiera Mena, "Flashback"
  • X Alfonso, "No Hay Azul Sin Ti"
  • Nino Augustine, "Meneito"
  • Chicano Batman, "Pink Elephant"
  • Las Nubes, "Tararear"
  • Ana Tijoux, "Antifa Dance"
  • La Doña, "Cuando Se Van"
  • KORDELYA, "Acero"
  • Blue Mary, "Peligrosa"
  • B.A.D.A., "Exile"
  • Brownout, "Somewhere To Go"
  • LASTMONDAY, "Panamera"
  • Bad Bunny, "Safaera"
  • Bad Bunny, "Hablamos Mañana"
  • Angelica Garcia, "Agua De Rosa"
  • Guaynaa, "Rompe Rodillas"
  • María José Llergo, "Soy Como El Oro"
  • X Alfonso, "Siempre Hay Solución"
  • Residente, "René"
  • La Doña, "Quién Me La Paga"
  • X Alfonso, "Cambio"
  • Cazzu, "C14TORCE III"
  • Lika Nova, "Corriente"
  • Nino Augustine, "miéntete"
  • María José Llergo, "Me Miras Pero No Me Ves"
  • Omar Rodríguez-López, "Bitter Tears"

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