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It’s official!

Spring is almost here and so are many bands and artists, antsy for open air shows and some warm weather fun. This week, you can start by going to one of the many free shows the city has …

September has started and the spring is just two weeks away, meaning that the weather is about to slowly get much warmer. This also means people can actually enjoy going out without having to wear a million layers in order

Are you set for another spoonful of knowledge about BA’s music scene? That’s what we do here at the Bubble – we give you what you want to know, when you want to know it.

August is ending with fireworks

I know, I know. I also can’t decide. Should I take the raincoat, just in case, or should I dress up expecting one of those warm waves of damp air that seem to be oozing out from the Subte? I …

With so many climatological changes going on around the world – forest fires in Finland, Cali and Greece, flooding and mudslides in Japan or the Mount Fuego Eruption (did nobody get that spoiler alert?) – inhabitants of Buenos Aires are …

Ok, here’s the thing. I don’t have so much time. I’m writing on a need-to-know basis. So here it is – what you need to know. Listen up, before they get me! I can hear them coming up the steps.

Temperatures are way beyond sub-zero right now and spring may be further away ever, but at least we can all rejoice that blue skies and sunshine are back on the agenda. If you’ve been cooped up, huddled under a blanket …

Call it the ‘Stranger Things effect,’ but all things 80’s are currently having a *moment.* However, while we love listening to the classics of that decade, constantly looking to the past can leave you feeling in a bit of …

Happy autumn, y’all! Buenos Aires is heralding one of its most lovely seasons with a week of amazing live music, including hip hop, electronic, neo-soul, indie pop, psych rock, prog rock and more. And we at The Setlist are celebrating …

Happy Valentine’s Day y’all. We at The Setlist could spend a couple of  paragraphs cynically pulling apart the almost universally hated holiday that’s all about love (or some commercialized, superficial idea of it (sorry)), or we could just get to …