Mario Cotto

Mario Cotto

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A kaleidoscopic Dada dance party!

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Mario Cotto hosts a kaleidoscopic Dada dance party! Check out the latest show On-Demand.

Mario Cotto pays tribute to Puerto Rico.

Career spanning personal favorites, from the first Bowie track I ever heard to favorite remixes, music for films, groundbreaking production for other artists and all-time classics.

Linus from Jokers of the Scene drops by to preview tracks off the group's new album 'End Scene' and more.

Eclectic DJ, Bon vivant and ESP Institute label boss Lovefingers joins us for a set of unreleased exclusives and jammers.

Suzanne Kraft joins Mario Cotto for a guest dj set.

Mario's ringing in the New Year in Puerto Rico. In his stead, SFV Acid (Zane Reynolds) kicks off the new year.

The versatile, super-rad Toronto-based party rocking duo, Jokers of the Scene, who've produced a slew of genre tweaking releases and notable remixes for artists as varied as Kid Cudi and Salem (the latter of which was named #19 on the Top 50 Remixes Ever by the NME) drop by the studio to preview some new jams and remixes from their killer forthcoming Fool's Gold release, JOT5 and a forthcoming side-project called, Blank Capsule.

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