Mexican Institute Of Sound
Mexican Institute Of Sound

Mexican Institute Of Sound

MEXLatin, Cumbia
348,917 monthly listeners
  • 161.8K followers
  • 23.1K subscribers
  • 45.9K followers
  • 916 followers
  • 2.2K followers

Mexican Institute Of Sound's Top Spotify Songs

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Artist Name
Jalale - Instrumental
42K streams
2
Artist Name
México
23.1K streams
3
Artist Name
El Micrófono
16.4K streams
4
Artist Name
ooh la la (feat. Mexican Institute Of Sound & Santa Fe Klan) (Mexican Institute Of Sound Remix)
11.8K streams
5
Artist Name
Cumbia
11K streams
42K
Streams last week
23.1K
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16.4K
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11.8K
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11K
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10.6K
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9.1K
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Yemayá

Mexican Institute Of Sound, Gaby Moreno
8.6K
Streams last week
8.2K
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7.6K
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Paloma

Mexican Institute Of Sound, Cuco

Mexican Institute Of Sound's YouTube Videos

Lila Downs, Panteón Rococó - Cariñito (Mexican Institute of Sound Mix)
Youtube
20.3M views
May 02, 2019
3.1M
Views

Mexican Institute of Sound - Jálale (From Coco/Instrumental/Audio Only)

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Mexican Institute of Sound - Jálale (From Coco/Instrumental/Audio Only)
Youtube
3.1M views
Nov 05, 2017
2.3M
Views

Los Plebeyos, Mexican Institute Of Sound - Hola Qué Tal

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Los Plebeyos, Mexican Institute Of Sound - Hola Qué Tal
Youtube
2.3M views
Sep 09, 2018

Mexican Institute Of Sound's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Artist Name
Latin Dinner
by Spotify
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Artist Name
Folk Fabrique
by Spotify
3
Artist Name
Indie Mexicano: Clásicos
by Spotify
4
Artist Name
FIFA 17 Soundtrack
by Spotify
5
Artist Name
EAFC & FIFA Soundtrack Playlist 94-24 (Inc Volta & Street)
by Spotify
431.9K
Followers
184.1K
Followers
155.2K
Followers
153.7K
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Mexican Institute Of Sound's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events20 Events

Sep
19
Brian Lopez at Concertzaal De Casino
Belgium
BEL
, Sint-Niklaas500 - 1200 Hall
Sep
25
Mexican Institute Of Sound at The Jazz Cafe
United Kingdom
GBR
, London0 - 500 Club
Jun
07
Mexican Institute Of Sound at Santa Fe Railyard Plaza
United States
USA
, Santa FeN/A Public / Outdoor
Past
Apr
06
Mexican Institute Of Sound at The Hall, Elsewhere
United States
USA
, Ridgewood500 - 1200 Club
Past
Apr
04
Mexican Institute Of Sound at The Paramount
United States
USA
, Los Angeles0 - 500 Other
Past
Mar
29-31
Tecate Pa'l Norte
Mexico
MEX
, MonterreyN/A N/A
Past
Mar
16-17
Vive Latino
Mexico
MEX
, Álvaro ObregónN/A N/A
Past

Mexican Institute Of Sound's Upcoming Events2 Events

  • Brian Lopez at Concertzaal De Casino

    Mexican Institute Of Sound, Brian Lopez
    Concertzaal De Casino
    BEL, Sint-Niklaas
    Hall500 - 1.2K
  • Mexican Institute Of Sound at The Jazz Cafe

    Mexican Institute Of Sound
    The Jazz Cafe
    GBR, London
    Club0 - 500

Mexican Institute Of Sound's Past Events18 Events

  • Mexican Institute Of Sound at Santa Fe Railyard Plaza

    Mexican Institute Of Sound
    Santa Fe Railyard
    USA, Santa Fe
    Public / Outdoor
  • Mexican Institute Of Sound at The Hall, Elsewhere

    Mexican Institute Of Sound, Uproot Andy
    The Hall, Elsewhere
    USA, Ridgewood
    Club500 - 1.2K
  • Mexican Institute Of Sound at The Paramount

    Mexican Institute Of Sound, Ceci Bastida
    The Paramount
    USA, Los Angeles
    Other0 - 500
  • Tecate Pa'l Norte festival

    Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons, Peso Pluma, Fuerza Regida, Anitta, Alok, Kenia Os, Maná, Gabito Ballesteros, Santa Fe Klan, blink-182, Danna Paola, Oscar Maydon, Chencho Corleone, Lost Frequencies, Danny Ocean, Inna, Keane, Humbe, Aitana, Khea, Dread Mar I, Aleman, R3hab, Louis Tomlinson, Alvaro Diaz, Lola Indigo, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Kevin Kaarl, Sum 41, MC Davo, Cardenales De Nuevo León, Yng Lvcas, DJ Luian, Los Enanitos Verdes, Belanova, El Bogueto, Mario Bautista, Cuarteto de Nos, Deorro, Bomba Estéreo, Icona Pop, La Sonora Dinamita, LATIN MAFIA, The Warning, MEN I TRUST, Placebo, Enjambre, Rawayana, Elena Rose, The Blessed Madonna, Yoss Bones, Royal Blood, Young the Giant, Ari Abdul, Eme Malafe, DLD, Daniel, me estás matando, La Delio Valdez, Natos y Waor, Lagos, Bad Religion, Elsa Y Elmar, El Coyote Y Su Banda Tierra Santa, Aterciopelados, Guardianes Del Amor, The Vaccines, Leo Rizzi, Highly Suspect, Emmit Fenn, mehro, Nsqk, TIMØ, Turnstile, Bruses, El Mató A Un Policía Motorizado, Infected Mushroom, BRATTY, Depresión Sonora, LP Giobbi, Allison, Elias Medina, Anfisa Letyago, LEISURE, Justin Morales, Viva Suecia, MS NINA, Kinky, Devendra Banhart, La Banda Bastön, DJ Seinfeld, Electric Guest, Los Mesoneros, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra (東京スカパラダイスオーケストラ), legallyrxx, Los Estramboticos, MARIANA BO, Jesse Baez, Rayben, Reyno, La Pegatina, Silvestre Y La Naranja, Tiga, Satin Jackets, Hello Seahorse!, Genitallica, Pablito Mix, Technicolor Fabrics, Cimafunk, Go Golden Junk, The Aces, Orión, Tom & Collins, Jay de la Cueva, Costumbre, The Snuts, Camila Fernández, GALE, Marten Lou, Marcos Menchaca, Nicho Hinojosa, AQUIHAYAQUIHAY, Girl Ultra, CLUBZ, Generationals, Zimmer, La Garfield, Yukun, SBM, Mexican Institute Of Sound, Ivana, Azzecca, Goldroom, Nick Warren, ALLEYCVT, Lee Burridge, Sexy Zebras, Luis y Julián Jr., BoomBox, Andre VII, Javier Blake, Queralt Lahoz, Disco Bahía, Finde, The Wookies, Lara Project, Noizekid, Jacob Groening, CoolestAndie, Agudelo888, Leo Leonski, GRLS, Nash, Grenda, VAQUERO, Chucho Teliz, Eliangel, Andrea Ele, Mi chi ko, AGSULO, SOLAR X, Aiamwhy, BABY 2000
    MEX, Monterrey
    Mega
  • Vive Latino festival

    Junior H, Maná, Cartel De Santa, Paramore, Scorpions, Kings of Leon, La Adictiva, C-Kan, YSY A, Kevin Kaarl, Belanova, Hombres G, No Te Va Gustar, DannyLux, Portugal. The Man, Black Veil Brides, Greta Van Fleet, Millonario, Babasónicos, Panteon Rococo, Fito Páez, The Warning, Rawayana, AlcolirykoZ, Sabino, José Madero, Los Cafres, Bad Religion, La Vela Puerca, Slot Machine, Jorge Drexler, James, Future Islands, Semisonic, Los Lobos, BRATTY, Depresión Sonora, Poolside, Jaze, Yves Tumor, La Banda Bastön, Silvana Estrada, Renee, Isaac et Nora, La Pegatina, Kchiporros, Genitallica, Lori Meyers, Gogol Bordello, Wiplash, Lng/SHT, Peces Raros, Muerdo, Ralphie Choo, Diamante Eléctrico, Akil Ammar, La Castañeda, Stilo, Dante Spinetta, Mexican Institute Of Sound, Los Choclok, Sara Hebe, El Columpio Asesino, Los Zigarros, DePedro, INSITE, Prayers, Sussie 4, San Pascualito Rey, Chingadazo de Kung Fu, Marissa Mur, Out Of Control Army, Las Ultrasónicas, La Bande-Son Imaginaire, Sonido Gallo Negro, KERIGMA, Cabra, LOS MUCHACHOS, Florian, Troker, Sgt. Papers, Nash, Warning, THE RAMBLERS, VAQUERO, Los Infierno, BuenRostro, Sad Breakfast
    MEX, Álvaro Obregón
    Mega

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Amaral
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Nina Sky
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El Haragán y Cía
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Macaco
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Mexican Institute Of Sound's Beatport Songs

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Artist Name
Mon Cheri (Mexican Institute Of Sound Remix)
Released on Aug 13, 2021
2
Artist Name
Every Day (feat. Hoodlem) (Mexican Institute of Sound Remix)
Released on May 10, 2019
3
Artist Name
Complications (Mexican Institute of Sound Remix)
Released on Dec 12, 2018
4
Artist Name
ooh la la (feat. Santa Fe Klan) (Mexican Institute Of Sound Versión)
Released on Jan 15, 2021
5
Artist Name
Pa la Calle feat. Lorna (Original Mix)
Released on Nov 15, 2019

Pa la Calle feat. Lorna (Original Mix)

Mexican Institute Of Sound

100000000DERANAS (Original Mix)

Mexican Institute Of Sound

Escribeme Pronto (Sparo Remix)

Mexican Institute Of Sound

Escribeme Pronto (DJ Gorky Remix)

Mexican Institute Of Sound

More about Mexican Institute Of Sound

Overview of Cumbia musician Mexican Institute Of Sound

Latin music performer Mexican Institute Of Sound is from Mexico City. This performer contributes a distinctive sound to the Latin music landscape with an emphasis on the Cumbia subgenre. Their music combines indigenous Mexican melodies with techno beats to produce an exciting and expressive combination.

Fans of Latin music have taken a liking to Mexican Institute Of Sound, and several movies and television programs have used their music. Their distinctive sound has been compared to a modern touch on traditional Mexican music. Their songs are well renowned for having upbeat beats and appealing rhythms, making them ideal for dancing.

Mexican Institute Of Sound is an accomplished artist who has established a reputation in the Latin music field. Fans enjoy a distinctive and thrilling experience thanks to their fusion of classic and contemporary sounds, and their music is guaranteed to get people moving. Mexican Institute Of Sound is absolutely worth checking out, whether you're a fan of cumbia or are just seeking for new music to listen to.

What are the most popular songs for Cumbia musician Mexican Institute Of Sound?

Mexican Institute Of Sound is a popular Latin and Cumbia musician from Mexico City who has written numerous popular songs. "Mexico" is one of the most well-known songs; it has a catchy tempo and mixes traditional Mexican instruments with Mexican Institute Of Sound's characteristic electronic sound. Another well-liked song is "Explotar," which is ideal for gatherings because of its energetic and danceable rhythm.

"El Microfono" by Mexican Institute Of Sound is another popular song that has received a lot of attention. The song combines traditional Mexican sounds with contemporary electronic beats to produce a distinctive sound that has won over listeners all over the world. Another well-known song that showcases the performer's capacity to produce catchy and lively compositions is "Mirando a las muchachas."

Pitbull and Mexican Institute Of Sound collaborated on the well-known song "International Love" which has become a hit. The lyrics are catchy and simple to sing along to, and the music is the ideal blend of Latin and electronic sounds. "ooh la la (feat. Mexican Institute Of Sound & Santa Fe Klan) - Mexican Institute Of Sound Remix" is another well-liked song that fuses conventional Mexican sounds with contemporary electronic beats.

The song "Cumbia" by Mexican Institute Of Sound is a tribute to Mexican cumbia music from the past. The song is a great illustration of the musician's skill in fusing conventional sounds with contemporary electronic beats. Another well-known song by Mexican Institute Of Sound that demonstrates their knack for making original and distinctive music is "Yemaya". Last but not least, "El Noa Noa - Remix" and "Dame un Besito" are two additional well-known songs that have contributed to Mexican Institute Of Sound's reputation as a brilliant and renowned musician.

Finally, Mexican Institute Of Sound has created a number of well-known tracks that highlight the musician's distinct style and aptitude for fusing traditional Mexican sounds with contemporary electronic beats. Mexican Institute Of Sound has produced a diverse array of music that have mesmerized listeners all over the world, from the infectious rhythms of "Explotar" to the distinctive sound of "Cumbia."

What are the latest songs and music albums for Cumbia musician Mexican Institute Of Sound?

Mexican Institute Of Sound, a well-known Latin and Cumbia musician from Mexico City, has recently released some new songs that has been receiving a lot of attention. "Sexo Pudor y Lagrimas 2 (Musica Original de la Pelicula) (2022)," their most recent CD, is a captivating fusion of electronic and conventional Latin rhythms. The record, which has the distinctive sound of Mexican Institute Of Sound, serves as the original soundtrack to the movie of the same name.

Several singles by Mexican Institute Of Sound have also been making the rounds on music charts. The catchy remix "Outta Sync (Mexican Institute of Sound Remix) (2023)" combines Latin and electronic sounds to produce a distinctive and engrossing experience. With its cheerful speed and Latin flair, "Guerra en la tierra (Remix by Amable & Monoculture) (2022)" is the ideal song for dancing. Two more tracks from Mexican Institute Of Sound, "Duermete Mi Nina / Cumbia For Babies (2022)" and "Teniente Harina (Cumbia Manifiesto, Pt. 2) (2022)," demonstrate their talent and range.

The most recent albums from Mexican Institute Of Sound, "Distrito Federal (2021)" and "Disco Popular (2017)," are equally as well-received by critics. Mexican Institute Of Sound pushes the frontiers of Latin and Cumbia music with their distinctive fusion of traditional and contemporary sounds. Their most recent works are proof of their talent and originality, and their followers may anticipate more enthralling music in the future.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Cumbia musician Mexican Institute Of Sound?

Mexican Institute of Sound has showcased their extraordinary talent in Latin and Cumbia music at numerous festivals and locations throughout the globe. Tecate Pa'l Norte, one of the biggest music festivals in Latin America, was where they made one of their most significant festival appearances. The group also gave a performance at the yearly Festival Rio Babel in Madrid, Spain, where they enthralled the audience with their own brand of music.

Stern Grove Festival in San Francisco, Noches del Botanico in Madrid, and Andalucia Big Festival in Malaga, Spain are a few more notable festivals where Mexican Institute of Sound has played. The band captivated the crowds with their energetic and enthusiastic performances at various festivals.

The top settings in Mexico City and all over the world have hosted performances by Mexican Institute of Sound. The band has played at Mexico's famed Auditorio Nacional, the country's largest indoor theater. Among many other places, they have also performed at Dabadaba in San Sebastian, Spain, and El Plaza Condesa, a well-known live music venue in Mexico City.

Mexican Institute of Sound has generally mesmerized audiences with their extraordinary performances, and their music is still praised all over the world. They have a devoted following because to their distinctive fusion of traditional Mexican music with electronic sounds, and their live performances are not to be missed.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Cumbia musician Mexican Institute Of Sound?

Numerous well-known musicians in the Latin and Cumbia music scenes have worked with Mexican Institute Of Sound. The songs "Explotar" by Compass, "International Love" by Fidel Nadal and Santa Fe Klan, "Explotar" by Toy Selectah and Stereo MCs, and "El Noa Noa - Remix" by Georgel, Esteman, Raymix, and Celso Pina are a few of the most significant collaborations.

The duet "Yemaya" with Gaby Moreno is one that deserves special attention. The electronic sound of Mexican Institute Of Sound is combined with Moreno's soulful voice in this song. The song has a distinctive sound that is both retro and current because to the combination of contemporary electronic beats with ancient Latin rhythms.

"ooh la la (feat. Mexican Institute Of Sound & Santa Fe Klan) - Mexican Institute Of Sound Remix" by Run The Jewels and El-P is another noteworthy joint effort. Hip-hop and cumbia beats are combined in this song to highlight how versatile Mexican Institute Of Sound's sound is. The remix gives the original song a fresh layer of vigor that makes it a great addition to any party playlist.

Overall, Mexican Institute Of Sound's partnerships with diverse musicians have elevated the Latin and Cumbia music landscape and demonstrated the genre's versatility. Mexican Institute Of Sound is a trailblazing force in the Mexican electronic music industry, and these partnerships show their adaptability and willingness to experiment with various sounds.