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Juana Molina, La Mecánica Popular, Labyrinth Theater Company, Live From The Greene Space

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Juana Molina performs for Soundcheck and Latino USA at WNYC's Greene Space. Juana Molina performs for Soundcheck and Latino USA at WNYC's Greene Space. (Michael Katzif / WNYC)

In this episode: Recently Soundcheck and NPR’s Latino USA teamed up during the Latin American Music Conference for a special night of music and conversation at WNYC's Greene Space. Hosted by John Schaefer and Maria Hinojosa, the bill showcased two fantastic acts who re-imagine Latin roots sounds in extraordinary ways: the Brooklyn psychedelic salsa band La Mecánica Popular and the sonically adventurous Argentinian songwriter Juana Molina.

Hear highlights from those performances – as well as hear from the ambitious and renowned Labyrinth Theater Company.

Watch La Mecánica Popular's entire set:

Watch Juana Molina's entire set:

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