You’re dusting the debris of the long weekend from your shoulders and settling into the three-day work week when – what’s that? Three-day work week? Let’s keep this party going!
And what better way to do it than with a fresh batch of live music about town. Read on, fair reader, and rejoice in the last bit of summer’s sonic spoils.
Music producer and luthier Agustín Rivaldo, a.k.a. Barrio Lindo, is presenting his latest album, “Fulgor”, right before embarking on a tour of Brazil, Europe, and Asia. His music seamlessly combines an electronic palette of sounds with traditional South American folklore.
7 PM | Centro Cultural Recoleta | Junín 1930
Do you enjoy the sweet, melodious tones of Andean pan flutes? If so, have we got the show for you. Chilean trio Matanza is bringing their unique blend of South American folklore and European techno sounds to Buenos Aires.
8 PM | AR $500 | Niceto Club | Niceto Vega 5510
For everyone marching on Friday we have the perfect previa plan: #UnaQueSepamosTodes, a bimonthly acoustic concert series in which the last song of every set is one that everyone knows. In this week’s edition, we have pop rock act Guineana, pop artist Marina Izu, and melodic folk act Palta.
8:30 PM | FREE | Feliza (Sala Piano) | Av. Córdoba 3271.
What better way to celebrate Women’s Day than with some badass girl groups onstage doing what they do best? Metalheads SURCA, Lxs Ells, punk rockers Las Caidas, and Jamaican-influenced all-girl band Sicaliptians will be bringing down the patriarchy, one power chord at a time.
10 PM | Salon Pueyrredon | Av. Santa Fe 4560
Want to get weird? Come shake your booty instead with some dope-ass experimental electronic music until the break of dawn. There will be DJ sets by innexs and Mati Mielniczuk, and live sets by Eroguro, Premium Banana + Kiron, Vermillion, and Yoto Sndvl.
10 PM | AR $150 | Casa Colombo – Cantina Club | Gallo 557
Once a full band, dream pop act Violenta Josefina is playing her first show as a solo format. Catch her live at the terrace of Clásico Fernández in San Telmo. The perfect plan for a breezy pre-autumn Saturday night.
9 PM | Pay what you want | Clásico Fernández | Piedras 1020
Really sad to hear that indie outlaws Sombrero are calling it quits. After 6 years of spicing up the music scene with their western-tinged folklore tales, the eight-piece is riding into a dusty horizon, but not without a final hootenanny. Join them at Berlina Bunker for a last hurrah.
10 PM | AR $150 | Berlina Bunker | Estados Unidos 352
Electronic artist Mica Towers, self-defined neurofolk act Jin Yerei, DJ/beatmaker Barda, Electro folk outfit Barrio lindo, CD-ROM, audiovisual Bruera, and #vyerei will be celebrating all things Espiritu Mamut
11 PM | AR $100 | Espíritu Mamut | Warnes 616