Nortec Collective on Music and Borders

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Celeste Headlee and Nortec Collective members Bostich + Fussible

Nortec Collective is a band from Northern Mexico that’s known for pushing boundaries and blurring our notions of what constitutes borders.

Whether performing instrumentals, like “Tijuana Bass,” or singing electronic songs filled with mixed English and Spanish, they demonstrate that fences can do little to prevent the exchange of ideas and cultures, and may, in fact, do a lot to inspire them.

(Check out their new single, "I Count the Ways," after the jump.)

Pepe Mogt, known as “Fussible” and Ramon Amezcua, known as “Bostich” are the lead members of Nortec Collective. They join us in studio to talk about music and boundaries.

Nortec Collective: I Count the Ways.

Comments [1]

MIGUEL ANGEL MERCADO BRIONES from Mexico

Super buenisima Rola!!!!!
Es genial que sigan con ese estilo.
Ánimo mis NORTEC !!!!!

Saludos desde Toluca, Mexico !!!!

Oct. 27 2010 03:21 PM

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