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Resumen musical mensual | Septiembre 2020

To read the English version of this post, click here.Traducido al español por Julián Alejo Sosa.No importa que el mundo se esté prendiendo fuego. No importa qu...

Monthly Music Roundup | September 2020

Para leer la versión en español de este artículo, hace clic acá. It doesn't matter that the world is on fire. It doesn't matter that we remain shackled to a ca...

Monthly Music Roundup | August 2020

One of the worst parts of aging is coming to terms with the notion that seeking out new music will very soon stop being a driving impulse in the way it used to...

Ask An Alfawhore | Dating During Covid

Dear A.A. Look, I know I'm not supposed to ask about this. It's not allowed. Hell, it's not even legal, technically speaking. But I can't take it anymore. I do...

Monthly Music Roundup | July 2020

Let's take a moment to acknowledge the fact that, for a year whose defining feature is to resemble a giant flaming garbage pile, we can't really complain about...

Ask an Alfawhore | Dead Bedroom Woes

Dear Auntie Alfawhore,  I’ve been in a committed relationship for a little over a year now. We’ve always had a pretty healthy sex life, but the other day after...

Monthly Music Roundup | June 2020

Music is a balm to the spirits, and we're all currently very much in need of some kind of balm. As we while away the hours indoors during quarantine, the Argen...

BEST LOCAL RELEASES OF 2020 (SO FAR)

2020 hasn't been a particularly funny year. It's been often absurd, and absurdity can be funny, but we're way too in the thick of the nightmare to actually lau...
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La La Lista

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 principle of the publication to highlight projects by female and non-binary creators as much as possible. Every article, weekly agenda, and playlist is (for the time being) a labor of love, provided by a loose collection of yanquis, colombianos, argentinos, and others for whom Buenos Aires is home.