CAMILO LARA IS THE MEXICAN INSTITUTE OF SOUND
Mexican Institute of Sound released his debut album Méjico Máxico in 2006. Since then, M.I.S. has released 5 albums: Piñata (2008), Soy Sauce (2010) Poitico (2012) and Disco Popular (2017).
His latest album is called Distrito Federal (2021) and features collaborations with: Dan The Automator (Gorillaz) a Graham Coxon (Blur), Duckwrth, BIA, Cuco and Banda Misteriosa.
His work as producer has landed him 1 Grammy and 8 Latin Grammy nominations.
Some of the credits of Camilo as producer includes Band of Horses, Santa Fe Klan, Cuarteto de Nos, Flor de Toloache, Norah Jones & Lila Downs.
He was the musical consultant and Incidental music responsible for Pixar’s Coco (where he even had a cameo!).
He has done music for film and tv such as: Netflix Narcos Mexico (Incidental Music), Y Tu Mama Tambien (Score), TNT´s Bronco La Serie (Score) among many others.
He has collaborated with artists including Graham Coxon, Bonde do Rolé, Sly & Robbie, Toots and the Maytails, Gogol Bordello, Tricky, Tom Tom Club.
He hosts his own radio station on the best selling game of all times, Grand Theft Auto V.
M.I.S has remixed Beck, Run the Jewels, Morrissey, Placebo, Interpol, Beastie Boys, Madness, Julieta Venegas, Babasonicos, Tony Allen among many others.
Camilo Lara side projects has been many and diverse; from Morrissey tribute act called Mexrrissey, to a 2016 collaborative album called Compass with 80 artists from 8 different countries.
Spanish newspaper El Pais named him one of the “50 Most Influential People in Latin America".
Quien magazine named him one of the "50 People Who Are Transforming Mexico"
“My Favorite artist of the Year”
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd)
“Camilo is a Real Connoisseur of music who knows about all kind of weird stuff”
Mike D (Beastie Boys)
“The Mexican Herb Albert”
Ed O ́Brien (Radiohead)