I put together a tanda of milongas from the 2007 album of Esteban Morgado, "Milongueros".
A commented DJ set from last night at Klub Joe, a regular Monday morning milonga in Prague that is closing door next week.
This week's tanda is a journey into the dark - for the prepared milonguero.
Alberto Castillo, made famous by his collaboration with Ricardo Tanturi, had an enormously long career. His vocal expressions were unique and entertaining without getting in the way of a good ronda.
I offer a few comments on the ongoing debate between the tango and neo-tango camps.
Marisol Martinez's crew has published a new EP and it's just as lovely as the first one released just a few weeks ago.
This mix progresses from a very romantic starting point towards a place that is somehow more solid, if you will; it's not a weepy tanda. It is lyrical but also quite masculine.
Romantica Milonguera has a new album out: Algo contigo. Swift, melodic, naturally danceable. You'll like it!
Tanturi's instrumentals from 1940s are one of my staples. I love the beats and the energy. So will your dancers!
La Auténtica Milonguera is a fairly new ensemble from BsAs and they've released their first album a few days ago. Included there are five songs, five sweet songs that tease you and leave you wanting more.