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Radio Coyote: Keepin it Hardly Strictly #MasTropical with Quitapenas

Tuesday, October 6


We talk with Quitapenas PLUS two hours of #diasporadical sounds for your earlobes!

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This week on Radio Coyote, we got #MasTropical with Eddie Valencia of Riverside’s very own QUITAPENAS. The group was in town for the 2nd Annual thrown by Social Justice Initiative and also for La Pelanga’s monthly events in the Mission. We also take you an a journey of sound with music from Will Smith’s discovery of Bomba Estereo (been there, Will!), to Wganda Kenya, Thundercat, and even Erykah Badu’s flip of Drake. Radio Coyote – smuggling diasporadical sounds across borders every Friday from 2 – 4 PM PST on

Your Weekly Fayuca
Jesus (The Velvet Underground Cover) by Blind Boys of Alabama with Lou Reed
Better To Find Out For Yourself by Buffy St. Marie
This is not a Song, It’s an Outburst, Or the Establishment Blues by Sixto Rodriguez
Night Has Turned To Day by Fantastic Negrito
Pan y Circo by Ocote Soul Sounds
Pegao by Buyepongo
Beto Kele by Novalima
Hoy Es Manana by Pernett
Fiesta by Bomba Estereo ft. Will Smith
Valle Moreno by Quitapenas
Vamos A Mi Casa by Quitapenas
It’s A Baloon from Chicano Batman
Ninguem by El Haru Kuroi
Pim Pom by Wganda Kenya
Dirty Money by Antibalas
Oh Sheit, It’s X! (Black Cab Sessions) by Thundercat
Permanent Holiday ( Accoustic Live!) by Mike Love
Caution (ft. MIMA) by Young Ragga
Sweet Reggae Music by International Dub Ambassadors
Admiration by The Frightnrs
El Pacino by Bang Data
Hotline Bling by Erika Badu

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