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About Nortec Collective

The Nortec Collective is a collective of like-minded electronica artists who have pioneered the once-unthinkable combination of Mexico's norteno music and techno. Norteno (sometimes known as Tex-Mex when it's recorded north of the border) is analogous to country music in the U.S., but its origins are different -- it's mainly born of some unholy cross between medieval Spanish minstrel music and polka. Collective members including Bostich, Clorofila, Fussible, Hiperboreal and Panoptica who fuse slick, globe-trotting beats with hints of banda horns and strains of plaintive singing.

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Listen toNortec Collectiveon Rhapsody

The Nortec Collective is a collective of like-minded electronica artists who have pioneered the once-unthinkable combination of Mexico's norteno music and techno. Norteno (sometimes known as Tex-Mex when it's recorded north of the border) is analogous to country music in the U.S., but its origins are different -- it's mainly born of some unholy cross between medieval Spanish minstrel music and polka. Collective members including Bostich, Clorofila, Fussible, Hiperboreal and Panoptica who fuse slick, globe-trotting beats with hints of banda horns and strains of plaintive singing.

About Nortec Collective

The Nortec Collective is a collective of like-minded electronica artists who have pioneered the once-unthinkable combination of Mexico's norteno music and techno. Norteno (sometimes known as Tex-Mex when it's recorded north of the border) is analogous to country music in the U.S., but its origins are different -- it's mainly born of some unholy cross between medieval Spanish minstrel music and polka. Collective members including Bostich, Clorofila, Fussible, Hiperboreal and Panoptica who fuse slick, globe-trotting beats with hints of banda horns and strains of plaintive singing.

About Nortec Collective

The Nortec Collective is a collective of like-minded electronica artists who have pioneered the once-unthinkable combination of Mexico's norteno music and techno. Norteno (sometimes known as Tex-Mex when it's recorded north of the border) is analogous to country music in the U.S., but its origins are different -- it's mainly born of some unholy cross between medieval Spanish minstrel music and polka. Collective members including Bostich, Clorofila, Fussible, Hiperboreal and Panoptica who fuse slick, globe-trotting beats with hints of banda horns and strains of plaintive singing.