La La Lista is an online arts and culture magazine devoted primarily to the coverage of local music in Buenos Aires, with a soft spot for good food and great art. It is a guiding principal of the publication to dedicate equal space and time to musicians and artists of all genders/races/creeds, etc.

Every article, weekly agenda, and playlist is (for the time being) a labor of love, provided by a loose collection of yanquis, colombianxs, argentinxs, and others for whom Buenos Aires is home.

Evy Duskey

Evy Duskey

Founder & Editor-in-Chief

Evy Duskey is a musician and music writer who has been calling Buenos Aires home since 2011. Almost two years after starting the weekly live music column "The Setlist" at The Bubble, she decided it was time to create her own project where she could better grow a community around great local music. Her band Fervors released their first EP "Ortúzar" in February of this year.

Kevin Vaughn

Food Columnist

Kevin Vaughn is a professional eater by way of California who has been living and working in Buenos Aires for the last decade. His stories about Buenos Aires food culture have appeared in Munchies, Remezcla, Savoteur and The New Worlder. He also runs MASA, a Mexican influenced pop-up, and Devour Buenos Aires, a customizable tour service for curious travelers.

Monique Nicholas

Assistant Editor

Monique hails from the promised lands of Canada and has been captivated by the Buenos Aires empty apartment kitchen-turned-makeshift-Fernet-and-Coke-bars with living rooms-turned-band venues for about a year and a half now. She has an affinity for words with a good mouth feel, old school post-cards, and dunking medialunas into her coffee.

Eliana Lindner

Eliana Lindner

Music Contributor

Eliana Lindner is a musician, English-Spanish translator, from-the-cradle melomaniac, firm believer in a Heraclitean approach to hair styling, and professional flâneuse from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is currently studying Sound Engineering and putting together the songs of what will, hopefully soon, be her first album.

Jorge Farah

Jorge Farah

Music & Media Pundit

Jorge Farah was born in Barranquilla, Colombia and has spent the last decade falling out of taxis in Buenos Aires. He is a writer, media producer, podcaster, film enthusiast, obsessive playlist maker, and purveyor of vexing takes on a wide array of subjects.

Pablo Damian Perez

Pablo Damian Perez

Art Direction & Music Contributor

Originally from Caseros, Argentina, Pablo is a musician and music enthusiast with a penchant for the visual arts. When not curating playlists, contributing to our weekly agenda, or designing for the site, Pablo channels his workweek ennui into sketches and songwriting. You can follow him on Instagram.

B.M. Bresnahan

B.M. Bresnahan

Arts Contributor

B.M. Bresnahan is a freelance photojournalist and occasional attorney. A former contributor to The Argentina Independent (R.I.P.), he recently returned from the United States where he spent the last year defending child migrants in their deportation proceedings. He focuses on the intersection of art, culture, and social justice in Buenos Aires.

Alyssa Hansen

Alyssa Hansen

Food Columnist

Alyssa's a little bit of Southern girl, DC woman, and a whole lot of Buenos Aires expat (for the past 9+years). She arrived in Argentina after following the trail of a great-great grandfather who was born a Porteño and ended up working on the Panama Canal before settling in the States. After dabbling in the field of microfinance, she currently works at a tech company that caters to nonprofits. Alyssa loves exploring the hidden corners of BA and staying on top of the latest food and art events.

Emilyann McKelvey

Emilyann McKelvey

Music Columnist

Emilyann is a singer-songwriter, freelance language teacher, and conference-interpreter-in-training who moved from Asheville, North Carolina to Buenos Aires “on a whim” in 2017. She is a Libra, a reformed astrology-denier, and a pun-tificating pop princess who also appreciates alliteration. Her crowning moment of self-actualization was being saved in someone’s phone as “acid girl with the good vibes.” She performs frequently as a soloist under the stage name “Emily And,” and is currently recording her third full-length album.

Talia Samuelson

Talia finds writing bio blurbs in the third person extremely disconcerting, but she will try... Talia Samuelson is a writer from Washington, DC who moved to Buenos Aires three years ago and has been threatening to leave "in three months!" ever since. She enjoys Kentucky pizza at dawn, the 39 bus, and shouting about the patriarchy. Seriously though, she's leaving in three months.

Hernán Muleiro

Hernán Muleiro

Hernán Muleiro has written about music for several media outlets since the early 2000s, including Clarín's Suplemento SÍ!, Vice En Español, Noisey, Agendaba and HAZE. When not writing about music, he plays it under the alias Black Pope Francis.

Lola Rubinstein

Lola Rubinstein

Food Contributor

Lola Rubinstein is a lover of travel, exotic flavors, and the subjectivity transmitted through food. She's had the pleasure of trying the exquisite cuisines of places like Vietnam, New York, Andalucia, and Rome. Although she's lived in Buenos Aires her entire life, she still tries to look at it as an outsider. Her own project of photos and recommendations is called Picantiar. Besides eating, she studies, dances, cooks and works for travel guide publisher De Dios Editores