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LAist Interview: Fussible from Nortec Collective

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Last month LAist reviewed Nortec Collective's excellent new album "Tijuana Sound Machine". The Nortec Collective performs live tomorrow at 3:00pm on the Music from Around the World Stage at the Make Music Pasadena Festival which is FREE for all ages.

Listen to Nortec Collective's track "Tijuana Sound Machine":

In advance of their appearance, LAist had the opportunity to talk to Pepe Mogt (aka Fussible), one half of the Bostitch & Fussible producer duo behind the Nortec Collective

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LAist: Just after "Tijuana Sound Machine" was released you did several shows in and around LA, how did those go?

Fussible: The shows went really well - much better than we anticipated. We played at the Echo and we expected people at it because of the promotion but when we got there the place was full and there was another 200 people outside. [Laughs] We had friends with us and they couldn't get in! It was beyond packed.