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Nahuel Briones would never admit it himself. He would, in fact, probably hate that somebody wrote these words about him, but after listening to his records over and over again – particularly his later work, Guerrera/Soldado and El Nene Minado

The Argentine rock scene is an intimidatingly vast maelstrom of sights, sounds, and history. You have meat-and-potatoes football-chant rockn’roll, you have technically dexterous prog-rock, you have vaguely New Age-y esotericism, you have confessional singer-songwritery stuff, you have a healthy amount

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 …

In case you’re still wrapped up in last weekend’s devastating futból news, you may not have realized that this week we’re being gifted with a long weekend. While Independence Day feriado celebrations will be happening on Monday, there’s no reason …

With hot and cold fronts clashing right over our heads, it’s as though the city has been caught in a very humid battle between summer and winter. While it is normal for this time of year, it doesn’t make getting …

With the prospect of a renewed debate on abortion in Argentina, and International Women’s Day approaching quickly on March 8th, there have been a surge of events celebrating womanhood in all of its definitions in the city.

From workshops and …

After a full three days of work it’s time for yet another glorious weekend. All those in a favor of a permanent three day work-week say aye? (No changes to our salaries though, that would be completely out of the …

With just one month left in 2017, many art exhibits, musical series, and film cycles are winding down as the impending threat of summer’s heat drives flocks of porteños away from Buenos Aires to take refuge along the breezy Atlantic …

As we all approach the end of the month with barely enough pesos in our pockets, it’s a great time to remember the overwhelming number of free activities in this city available to enrich our weekends! The Bienal Arte Joven …

In my early 20’s, I was obsessed with Pink Floyd. The obsession complemented the hedonism of my college years: Whether it was hotboxing my car, giggling wildly after ingesting some fun fungi or coming down restlessly from whatever other substance …