Tijuana Dance With Somebody?

Feliz Día de los Muertos! Time to crack some skulls, it’s the Day Of The Dead. Mexico’s most famous holiday is a chance for friends and family to gather together and remember those who are no longer with us while also enjoying the blind rush that comes from gnawing on a skull made of pure sugar. I was in Mexico City last month to cover the Corona Capital festival for NME, and while bands like Suede, New Order and The Maccabees showed that even in troubled economic times Britain can always rely on our booming musical exports, there were also plenty of local delicacies to be sampled. I rounded up the cream of Mexico’s music press to give you the lowdown on what’s hot south of the border, so pour yourself a cerveza with a shot of mescal on the side and hear this:

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