Finally, another review. The album "Reír" by Collectif Roulotte Tango came in the mail, and it is a pure delight.
I review a CD with very unconventional tango covers made by a duo of harps, Das Harfenduo.
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.
Romantica Milonguera has a new album out: Algo contigo. Swift, melodic, naturally danceable. You'll like it!
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.
I started this blog about a year ago with a review of Sexteto Cristal's debut album, Viejo del norte. As luck would have it, they have just released a new one called Loca de amor. Let's have a listen!
It's hard to imagine tango without the bandoneón. And yet we don't just have to imagine it, we can see what happens when it's replaced by the venerable accordion. It's key to the sound of Thito Amantte and his band. Here, I review their first album release, Reevolution. And yes,
Can't get enough of Orquesta Típica Andariega? Shortly after they released their album Avanti, which I reviewed in my previous post, Sexteto Andiamo released their first album Gira Gira.
Have you heard? Andariega has a new album out, Avanti. And it features Marisol Martinez, whom we know from her collaboration with Orquesta Romantica Milonguera. Andariega remakes old tunes with varying degree of fidelity but always with care and precision. And they care about dancers all the time.
I wrote a while back how I like the non-serious, slightly drunk side of tango - as if danced in a smoky pub. If I ever get a chance to DJ in such environment, I'll play some Tango Esquinas there. Today, I'm reviewing their newest album, Orchestra Esquinas, from 2018.