Articles tagged argentina

‘Tango’ Will Spark a Love Affair With the Magnificent Dance

Tango: Sex and Rhythm of the City is more than just a history of Argentina's most famous cultural export; it is, in many ways, a history of Argentina itself, with the evolution of tango and the lives of its main architects intertwined with the social, political, and cultural evolution of the nation.

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Hangin’ with the New Bolivarians in Oliver Stone’s ‘South of the Border’

Oliver Stone has chosen to channel his 'radical' political leanings into his documentaries, and this film would seem to bear that out.

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Dino Saluzzi: El Encuentro

Dramatic, moving, post-Piazzolla orchestral music from Argentina via Amsterdam.

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29 Jun 2008 // 9:56 PM

Isol / Zypce: Sima

Sima argues the existence of an Argentinean pop scene that creates smart and pleasantly eccentric music.

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26 Feb 2008 // 5:23 AM

Todos Tus Muertos revisits the sound of Argentina

Back in the late ‘90s, in a city far, far away from England and Jamaica, you could dance to the jauntily infectious sounds of punk,

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Various: Porque Este Océano es el Tuyo, es el Mío

This album, its mouthful of a title borrowed from Pablo Neruda, is a compilation of indie pop tracks from South and Central America.

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12 Nov 2007 // 8:57 PM

Alejandro Franov: Khali

Alejandro Franov helps Juana Molina with her albums. On Khali he uses instruments that imitate the flowing sound of water, rain, or rivers.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Unearthing the 'Charnel House'

// Moving Pixels

"This week we discuss Owl Creek Games's follow up to Sepulchre, the triptych of tales called The Charnel House Trilogy.

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