Boombox Cartel

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Boombox Cartel
BornLaredo, TX[1]
OriginLos Angeles,CA
Monterrey, Mexico[2]
  • DJ
  • producer
Years active2012—present
Associated acts
  • Americo Garcia

Boombox Cartel is the stage name of Los Angeles-based DJ/Producer Americo Garcia (of Laredo, Texas).


Founded by Americo Garcia and writing partner, Jorge Medina, the project taps into their rich and storied heritage to influence their production, resulting in a distinct musical catalog.

In 2017, Americo started touring the project globally, securing sold out shows and prime festival slots at Lollapalooza, Global Dance Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, and more. With his intention to bring his music and people from all backgrounds together in every performance, the artist’s built up accreditation in the dance music realm speaks for itself.

Today, Boombox Cartel continues to inspire musical boundaries in his genre-blending output. Alongside releases on record labels such as Mad Decent, OWSLA, and Spinnin, Boombox Cartel has also been featured in prominent publications like Billboard, Noisey, Complex, and DJ MAG, and currently stands as the #1 ranked Mexican DJ in the world.

Boombox Cartel opens 2020 with the highly anticipated Máquina Tour, preceding a full year of new music packed with noteworthy features. The tour will see Garcia span the globe, with dates in Chicago, Dallas, Brooklyn (for his now reoccurring mini-fest Cinco Mode), Denver, Los Angeles, as well as in his home country of Mexico at Plaza Condesa in CDMX. In addition to these headline dates, Boombox Cartel will take his energetic live show to all three Lollapalooza’s in South America, and Bonnaroo.


Release Year Label
Virus 2015 Self-Release
Spaceless 2015 Self-Release
Scream 2015 Self-Release
Where's My Money 2015 Self-Release
Hardcut 2015 Self-Release
B2U (featuring Ian Everson) 2015 Self-Release
Aftershock (featuring Nghtmre) 2015 Mad Decent
Colors (featuring Grabbitz) 2016 Spinnin' Records
Flip (featuring Bro Safari) 2016 Self-Release
Dancing With Fire (featuring Stalking Gia) 2016 Self-Release
Supernatural (featuring Quix) 2016 Mad Decent
Cartel EP 2017 Mad Decent
Alamo 2017 Mad Decent
Whisper (featuring Nevve) 2018 Mad Decent
Moon Love (featuring Nessly) 2018 Mad Decent
ID (featuring Flosstradamus) 2018 Mad Decent
NBD 2018 Self-Release
People I Know (featuring Panama) 2018 Self-Release
Nothing To Hide (featuring Karra) 2019 Self-Release
NEW WIP (featuring MadeinTYO) 2019 Mad Decent
Drip (featuring Dillon Francis and Desiigner) 2019 Mad Decent
All I Want (featuring Griff Clawson)[5] 2019 Self-Release
Remember[6] 2019 Self-Release


  1. ^ "Aspire to Inspire 028: Boombox Cartel". Your EDM. 2014-10-07. Retrieved 2018-05-13.
  2. ^ "Boombox Cartel". Partyflock. Retrieved 2018-05-13.
  3. ^ "[Interview] Boombox Cartel Talks the Cartel EP, EDC Mexico & the US Government - EDMTunes". EDMTunes. 2017-06-01. Retrieved 2018-05-13.
  4. ^ "Interview & MiniMix: Boombox Cartel - NEST HQ". NEST HQ. 2015-10-28. Retrieved 2018-05-13.
  5. ^ Mao, Jessica (2019-10-21). "Boombox Cartel soften up on 'All I Want' with Griff Clawson". Dancing Astronaut. Archived from the original on 2019-10-29. Retrieved 2019-10-29.
  6. ^ Stack, Chris (2020-12-20). "Boombox Cartel shows softer side on new feeler, 'Remember'". Dancing Astronaut. Archived from the original on 2020-12-21. Retrieved 2020-01-07.

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