Bostich & Fussible Present – Tijuana Sound Machine

Bostich & Fussible Present: Tijuana Sound MachineBostich, Fussible
“Tijuana Sound Machine” (mp3)
from “Bostich & Fussible Present: Tijuana Sound Machine”
(Nacional Records)

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The latest release by Tijuana’s double Latin Grammy-nominated electronica leaders, who can also be heard on HBO’s “Big Love,” the movies “Fast Food Nation” and “Babel,” as well as the video games “FIFA Soccer” and “FIFA Street 2.”

Album Notes

Tijuana’s electronica leaders Nortec Collective have announced the release of ‘Bostich + Fussible: Tijuana Sound Machine’ (Nacional Records). Fans are already familiar with the stylings of Bostich and Fussible as they were the masterminds behind hit tracks “Tengo La Voz”, “Tijuana Bass”, and “Tijuana Makes Me Happy” off the double Latin Grammy-nominated album, ‘Tijuana Sessions, Vol. 3’. The new album will be available at digital outlets on April 29th, just in time for Cinco De Mayo, and the CD will be in stores on May 6th.

Nortec Collective scored two Latin Grammy nominations for ‘Tijuana Sessions, Vol. 3’ (2005), including “Best Alternative Music Album” and “Best Recording Package”. Latin America’s most important electronic act received glowing praise for the album from such prestigious outlets as Rolling Stone, LA Times, XLR8R, and the NY Times, and saw the release hit #1 on top digital retailers iTunes and eMusic in the first week of its release.

The group’s music has appeared in commercials for Volvo, Dell, Fidelity Mutual, Edwin Jeans (with Brad Pitt), Nissan, and many others. Tracks from ‘Tijuana Sessions, Vol. 3’ can also be heard in HBO’s “Big Love”, NBC’s “Friday Night Lights” and the movies “Fast Food Nation” and “Babel” as well as the video games, “FIFA Soccer” and “FIFA Street 2.” An interactive coffee table book entitled “Paso del Nortec- This Is Tijuana” dedicated to the Nortec phenomena was released in the US, Mexico and Europe. In addition, professor Alejandro Madrid, a musicologist and cultural theorist at University of Illinois – Chicago, recently released “Nortec-Rifa! Electronic Dance Music From Tijuana To The World”.