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Crossfade Live: Free Album, Locos Por Juana at Jazid, February 5

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Locos Por Juana are fuckin' awesome, and we've got the proof. Welcome to our first edition of Crossfade Live, where we bring you our original high definition concert recordings from bands and venues all over South Florida.

Today we bring you a full, live album we recorded Friday night at Jazid. If you've never seen or heard Locos Por Juana, they play a Miami-Latin blend of reggae, hip hop, rumba, cumbia, get down, soul force, radical shit.

Here's the link to the 13-track album we made from their show, after the jump.

Click here to download.

Thanks to Raymond The Sound Guy for hooking it up through the board.

Any bands you wanna hear recorded live? Leave a comment.

Update: Now with a track we forgot to include, the set's opener, "Everybodys Birthday"

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