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Hi there, beloved vitel toné survivor. The most wonderful time of the year is finally over, and leftovers are somewhere resting in the fridge to remind us there’s still hope on a future Friday night when you get the …

For the first time ever, the Festival Internacional de Buenos Aires (FIBA), the city’s biggest theater festival, will take place during the summer. Beginning on January 23rd and running through February 3rd, the event will feature a wide array of …

It’d be a bit of an understatement to say that it was a pretty rough year for our adopted country we love so dearly. Between the tumultuous social climate, the total economic collapse that occurred just past the midway point

Violence, murder, battle, wars… It is not easy to get rid of an instinctive evolutionary mechanism we grew into a couple million years ago. Let’s face it: without our ingrained habit of possession and tribal hatred, we would have never …

You feel it too, right? That ominous, claustrophobic, walls-closing-in-on-you sensation of utter dread? Like every time you look at the news, there’s a new horror waiting to be absorbed into your life with increasingly numb detachedness? Like there’s this big,

Welcome, once again, to a new installment of The Setlist! That’s right, we’re your weekly guide to the rich and vibrant Buenos Aires music scene.

And as purveyors of the hyper-obscure and fiercely independent, we don’t often cover big pop …