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It takes a special kind of person to play an instrument in the Buenos Aires Subte. It’s not just about the talent which, by the way, overflows from the platforms and trains to the tune of dozens of diverse music …

In out of nowhere news from around the world, Ed Sheeran just revealed that Cordobés trapper and most listened to Argentine on Spotify, Paulo Londra, will be featured in his new album called No. 6 Collaborations Project, …

How’s it going out there? Without any major feriados to speak of for a few more weeks (how unfair!), it’s understandable if it seems like the weekend is taking longer to arrive than that bursting-at-the-seams bondi 20 minutes after you …

If you walk through Barrancas de Belgrano on any given Sunday, close to midday, you’ll find something you might not necessarily be expecting. That’s the exact moment and place chosen by hundreds of young, adoring K-pop fans to celebrate their …

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 …

Well, we’ve reached that time of year—winter is actually coming, and there’s no more Game of Thrones. But before you settle in on the couch to watch the whole series again, consider immersing yourself in another story of royalty

So, how do we feel after that Hot Sale that seemed to have come out of nowhere? Not to worry. Luckily, there’s a wide variety of affordable events this weekend (along with some very not-affordable ones). One could say we’re

Argentina’s musical DNA includes the brokenhearted melancholy of tango, the fist-pumping rush of rock nacional, the frenetic swing of cuarteto, and the rhythms of various other autochthonous styles such as chacarera and chamamé. But amid all of these

How is everyone out there? A little bit tired? We get it—spending a whole week without a feriado is rough, and it’s totally normal to be feeling a little bit of fiaca after last weekend’s storms. However, these are both

To walk into La Grande, a musical spectacle held every Tuesday night in the heart of Palermo Viejo, is to walk into the beating heart of hipster Buenos Aires. Young, bearded porteños spill out of the theatre into