I give you a tanda with four different orchestras giving hommage to Miguel Caló.
I am bringing back the Tanda of the week to help speed up the return of milongas, even as it is just my wishful thinking. But, we can at least tune in mentally. We can imagine things. And who else could guide us through this dream than the legedary dream-weaver Osvaldo Pugliese with his trusted singer, Alberto Morán.
Tango Bardo released a new album - Mugre. Let's have a listen!
I give you ~ 2 hours of contemporary tangos, milongas, and valses, with a few neotango tandas mixed in.
I take a deep dive into the 2018 album of Lilí Gardés, which has recently caught my attention. Watch me struggle trying to integrate neo-tango into my thinking about the future of tango.
I danced this week! Then I took the playlist, expanded it, reorganized it a bit, and here comes the second progressive mix for 2021.
I have a look at the album Non Típicas by Tango de Minas, released in 2018 but still very fresh today.
I give you my first "progressive tango mix" for 2021, as I would like to call these, a sample of my current tastes and inclinations.
Another day, another round of covers, this time a compilation of styles borrowed from Messrs. Di Sarli, Biagi, D'Arienzo, Troilo, and Pugliese. Released originally in 2017, Pablo Valle Sexteto has made it available on Bandcamp a few days before Christmas 2020. Let's have a listen.
Listen, who is making so convincing an impression of Juan D'Arienzo here? Well, that would be Los Herederos del Compás and they just made a Bandcamp release of their 2018 album, D'Arienzo en el Corazón.