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Friday, 14 May 2010 16:16

Ozomatli 5/14/10 + Video

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  • Date Recorded: May 14, 2010
  • Artist / Band: Ozomatli
  • Hosting Show: Coin-Operated Radio
  • Sound: Jon Valley
  • Video: Ed Kleinberg

Ambitious, eclectic and outspoken, Ozomatli is known for breaking cultural, political and musical. Whether it's the explosive joy of its live performances or provocative songs like "Gay Vatos in Love," the band will change the way you think of popular music. Join KDHX for a rare, stripped-down, acoustic live session with the band.

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Formed in Los Angeles in 1991, Ozomatli has recorded 5 studio albums and toured the world, sometimes as a 7-piece, often as a 10- or 12-piece big band, preaching the gospel of genre obliteration and challenging intolerance. Hip hop, funk, jazz, rock and a whole lot of Latin music collide and soar through its latest album, Fire Away, released in 2010 on Downtown Records. The band visited Saint Louis for a sold-out show at the Duck Room on May 14, 2010.

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