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Can you believe it’s already the weekend? After last Saturday’s holiday and Wednesday’s massive transit strikes, it’s normal if the rhythm of this week seems a little off. And for those of us from the United States, the schedule gets …

Welcome, friends, to another edition of The Bubble’s Guided Tour series. This is our attempt to showcase some of the greatest and most significant musicians in the contemporary Argentine music scene, aimed mostly at the uninitiated who want to

It’s that time of year once again, loyal readers — the time of year when the line-up for next year’s Argentine Lollapalooza festival is finally announced well after all the early-bird tickets have come and gone, so you hastily scan

Hallucinatory experiences cannot be defined as sustained perceptions that possess no reality, for there is no reality aside from perceptions. Instead, we must insist in defining hallucinosis as sustained perceptions that reach no social consensus. In that sense, we mistake …

With legislative elections taking place this Sunday, our weekend routine is set to be a bit different. The electoral veda, or ban, goes into effect on Saturday at midnight, prohibiting the sale of alcohol and taking most boliches out …

Argentinian actress, and singer-songwriter Juana Molina bids farewell to 2016 next Thursday, November 17th, at Teatro Vorterix. Nos vemos Wed will be the last performance from her sixth studio album, Wed 21, released in 2013.

The concert comes after …

The third edition of the city’s winter LGBTIQ Festival, Buenos Aires Diversa, begins today and will last through Sunday, August 7th. Boasting a wealth of activities, the festival has a little something for everyone to get in on the …

I want to give Argentina a big round of applause for the relatively quilombo-free festival experience I had this past Tuesday, April 1. I have been to a few since I relocated to Buenos Aires, the Pepsi Music Fest …

When asking a Juana Molina fan about her music, expect an onslaught of esoteric adjectives and ism’s. But don’t wrinkle your “I hate that hipster shit” nose just yet. Ask an older Argentine about her, and you should expect a …