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Video: Nortec Collective Studio Tour

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Video published February 9, 2011 | Download MP4 | View transcript

Above: Ramón Amezcua (Bostich) gives a tour of his in-home studio where he and Pepe Mogt (Fussible) experiment with sound.

Ramón Amezcua (Bostich) gave me a tour of the studio where he and Pepe Mogt (Fussible) create their unique Nortec songs. This music lab, located in Amezcua's home, is full of vintage synthesizers and new technology. They use a custom iPad app built to control their equipment while on stage.

Special Feature Photo Gallery: Bostich Studio

Nortec Collective artists Bostich and Fussible working in their music studio in Tijuana, Mexico, on December 17, 2010.

UPDATE: The scheduled These Days segment featuring commentary from Bostich and Fussible was canceled Thursday morning for rolling coverage of Egypt. You can listen to an audio postcard that did air that morning: Nortec Artists Mix Tijuana Folklore Into ‘Bulevar 2000’


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