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About Bostich + Fussible

Bostich + Fussible are an electronica production duo affiliated with the Tijuana, Mexico-based Nortec Collective whose style fuses norteño with techno. Comprised of Ramón Amezcua (i.e., Bostich) and Pepe Mogt (i.e., Fussible), the duo first teamed up for the electronica project Monnithor during the mid- to late '90s, ultimately releasing some of their collaborative productions on the Mil Records compilations Nortec Sampler (1999) and Nortec Experimental (2001). Prior to teaming up, the two had worked individually. Amezcua began working as Bostich in 1988, releasing the album Elektronische (1994) on the label Opción Sónica, while Mogt began working as Fussible in 1997, releasing the album Fono (1999) on Opción Sónica. Prior to working as Fussible, Mogt had been a member of the industrial band Artefakto, which released the albums Des-Construccion (1993), Tierra Eléctrica (1995), and Interruptor (1997) on Opción Sónica. Beginning in 1999, in the wake of their partnership as Monnithor, Amezcua and Mogt worked together as contributors to the Nortec Collective -- a collective of Mexican electronica producers whose style fused norteño with techno (hence the term "nortec") -- and their individual productions as Bostich and Fussible were featured on the albums The Tijuana Sessions, Vol. 1 (2001) and Tijuana Sessions, Vol. 3 (2005). Then in 2008 they released the collaborative album Tijuana Sound Machine, billed to "Nortec Collective Presents Bostich + Fussible." ~ Jason Birchmeier



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