Camilo Lara is the one-man dynamo behind Mexican Institute of Sound, also known as Instituto Mexicano del Sonido. Hailing from the sprawling metropolis that is Mexico City, Lara channels his inner rockstar, while holding down a day job as head of a major label. Like a musical superhero, Lara steps out of his executive alter ego, gets involved with the underground musica movement and begins his musical mission delivering electronic masterpieces with only the help of his computer, his nurturing imagination, and his awesome collection of vinyl.
The Replacements / Mission of Burma / Hurray for the Riff Raff / Mexican Institute of Sound
Aug 31, 2014
Seattle, Washington, United States
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Mexican Institute of Sound has had 81 concerts.
Mexican Institute of Sound is most often considered to be Electronic, Electronica, Dance, World, Mexico, Rock En Espanol, Latin Alternative, Mexican Rock, Mexican Indie, and Mexican.
The last Mexican Institute of Sound concert was on October 15, 2022 at Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The bands that performed were: Kurt Vile / Sudan Archives / Mexican Institute of Sound.
The songs that Mexican Institute of Sound performs live vary, but here's the latest setlist that we have from the June 24, 2012 concert at Harriet Island in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States: