The thing about Camilo Lara and his Mexican Institute of Sound is a “cabrón”, what they would say in his country. Since in 2006, when they gave birth to “México Máxico”, a great sound blender where Juan Rulfo, Esquivel and King Tubby alike fit, luck smiles at them. Not only his peculiar conception of the latin rhythm seduced critics and audiences, but also the industry has surrendered at his feet: you can track his songs in gamer sagas as celebrated as “Grand Theft Auto”, “gringas” series like “Californication” or blockbusters like”Coco”. Of course, his colleagues are not left behind in devotion,  on their albums appear Toot & The Maytals, Money Mark, Jota (from Los Planetas) or Calexico, among many others. With such a busy and dancer institute, imagine the graduation party.