Troker Expands Horizons With Integrity Intact

The Mexican jazz band's new single displays their heady mix of jazz, rock, electronics and hip-hop.
Mexican jazz band Troker challenges convention while also embracing it. Source: Calavera Studio

Jazz is an American art form and the Mexican band is an example of how the idea of extends past the U.S.

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