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Welcome, dear readers, to a new installment of our Guided Tour series, where we take a deep dive into the career of an artist from Argentina’s wide and diverse musical history. In the past, we’ve taken a look at people

Get off my lawn. There, now that we’ve gotten that over with, we can begin this article. In case you didn’t understand, I’ll clarify: I’m an old, and have zero qualms about it. #SorryNotSorry

Music streaming giant Spotify recently released

Do you have the best music taste out of all your friends? Yes? Wow, good for you. Here’s the catch: I have a feeling all of your friends think they do, too. That can be an endless debate, but now …

Gather round, children… Let’s talk about Lollapalooza Argentina, that takes place starting this Friday, March 29th and goes on until Sunday, March 31st. No, we’re not gonna be talking about the music per se, we pretty much covered that

Welcome back, dear readers, to another one of our guided tours through the exciting world of Argentine music. We’re here to fill you in so you don’t look like a complete newbie when discussing this country’s vibrant music scene.

There are several unequivocal signs that you’re getting old. Your knees hurt when it’s raining outside. You complain about the music being too loud at a bar. You start to honestly enjoy shopping for home goods like pillows and kitchen …

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

There are many things that one could complain about with music festivals, especially down here in Argentina. Yes, the simple act of standing around in a field with thousands of people is inherently exhausting. Yes, the event organization is often

So, here we are again. Another week, another edition of The Playlist. Do I get tired of this eternal recurrence? Did Nietzsche ever get tired of it? Wait – did I write his name right? How does one pronounce …

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