Dios Mio! Bostich + Fussible have announced “Motel Baja” as their final release as a duo. The masters and trailblazers of nortec EDM are truly departing and focusing on their solo careers: Bostich embarks as Point Loma, and Fussible as Latinsizer.
“After this, Nortec is done,” explains Fussible. “There will be no more Nortec. This is the last album.”
"Motel Baja" is the third and final installment of the widely-respected “Border Trilogy” albums, which includes the Grammy-nominated Tijuana Sound Machine, and Bulevar 2000. Scheduled for release on Sept. 16 (or Mexican Independence Day), the album will feature killer collaborations with Tom Tom Club, Atom of Senor Coconut, and Wolfgang Flur of Kraftwerk.
Bostich + Fussible will make their last big performance by headlining at the inaugural Supersonico Festival in Los Angeles on Oct. 11 with Calle 13, Cafe Tacvba and Maria y Jose (Tijuana).
I don't know about you, but I'm crying MP3 tears right now. I miss Bostich + Fussible already.
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