Clayton, Jace
August 2010
FADER;Aug/Sep2010, Issue 69, p104
The article discusses the new Mexican dance music called tribal guarachero. It features 16-years-old disc jockey Erick Rincon, who plays Mexico's newest music in the 21st century. It claims that the dance music is famous in north Mexico, specifically in Monterrey. The other Mexican states that play the music include Oaxaca, Veracruz and Guerrero. Several music compositions of Rincon are also cited, including "Magdalena" and "La Bomba Remix."


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