Happy autumn, y’all! Buenos Aires is heralding one of its most lovely seasons with a week of amazing live music, including hip hop, electronic, neo-soul, indie pop, psych rock, prog rock and more. And we at The Setlist are celebrating too – as of this week, we will be featuring a weekly playlist at Spotify featuring all of the artists playing live this week. Hit play, follow these bands, and get thee to the shows! And don’t forget to follow BubbleAr on Spotify for more musical goodness all year round!
Wednesday March 21
Ignacia + Fenna Frei
Starting this Wednesday, the Centro Cultural Recoleta is curating a concert series looking to close the gap between up-and-coming bands and well-established artists in the Buenos Aires indie scene. For its first edition, electro-pop songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ignacia, and synth pop project Fenna Frei, will be playing two live music shows at Patio del Aljibe in the gorgeous Centro Cultural Recoleta.
8 PM | Centro Cultural Recoleta | Junín 1930
Chita en La Tangente
The musical brainchild of artist Francisca Gil, Chita perfectly encompasses neo-soul and pop in a way that’s both jazzy and seductive. She will be presenting her first, self-titled EP at La Tangente in a show that’s the perfect excuse to go out on a Wednesday to enjoy some live music.
9 PM | AR $150 Presale | La Tangente | Honduras 5317
Thursday March 22
Bonobo (UK) en Argentina
Acclaimed electronic musician, producer and DJ Simon Green (a.k.a. Bonobo) is coming to Argentina to present his sixth LP “Migration,” and he’ll be performing live at Niceto Club. UOPA NACHI CAVALLI will be in charge of warming up the dance floor, while Chancha Via Circuito will be opening via a live DJ set.
8 PM | AR $600 | Niceto Club | Niceto Vega 5510
Festival Secuenci_A ?
Festival Secuenci_A is a new concert series going down at El Emergente, whose main aim is to showcase the best of the current and often overlooked independent music scene in Buenos Aires. The lineup is comprised of a very diverse selection of sounds, featuring psychedelic rock band Valles, jazzy prog-rock ensemble LS CMPDNC SCNC, singer/ songwriter Francisco Garcia Iacoviello, experimental electronic outfit Yateuf, and mystery band Reversible.
8:30 PM | AR $150 | El Emergente Bar | Acuña de Figueroa 1030
Hijos Amigos • Ambassador • Los Devas en JJ
JJ Circuito Cultural is hosting what might be the heaviest event this weekend, so get ready for a healthy dose of headbanging and hard-hitting guitar riffs that will most likely destroy your eardrums. Stoner rock bands Ambassador and Los Devas, plus alternative instrumental act Hijos Amigos, will be playing three intense live music shows that will satisfy the inner metal head in you.
9 PM | AR $100 | JJ Circuito Cultural | Jean Jaures 347
Clasico Fernandez presenta: Audia Valdez & Hamacas al Rio
The weekend’s getting closer and closer, and what better than a couple of sophisticated live music shows to cleanse your palate from all the reggaeton being played by your annoying co-workers at the office? Experimental multi-media project Audia Valdez and indie pop/folk duo HAMACAS AL RIO will be playing live at the super intimate Clásico Fernández, a venue that seems to have been tailor-made for these two artists.
9 PM | Pay what you want | Clásico Fernández | Piedras 1020
Mi Amigo Invencible en Capital – ATP – (cap. limitada)
Indie powerhouse Mi Amigo Invencible is celebrating the release of its latest EP ‘Ciencias Naturales’ with a double feature at La Tangente. They’ll be inaugurating the evening with a show suitable for all ages at 8 PM, and then a second +18 show at 11 PM. Hurry up and get your tickets, since capacity is limited.
8 PM – 11 PM | AR $200 | La Tangente | Honduras 5317
Juanitzo y el Lobo en VIVO en Palermo
Indie rock band Juanitzo y el Lobo will be playing their first show of the year in CABA at Multiespacio Korova, joined by singer-songwriter Mariela Centurión, and from Mendoza, experimental synth pop project Hijo Único and dream pop act Portobel. In addition to the live music shows, there will also be live DJ sets and art expos.
10 PM | Multiespacio Korova | Honduras 5317
Friday March 23
Amor Elefante + Los Besos en Xirgu Espacio Untref
The lovely quirkiness of Amor Elefante’s pop reverie takes over Xirgu Espacio Untref for one night full of delicate yet complex sounds. They’ll be joined by Los Besos and their witty, poetic tales of unrequited love told over lush soundscapes. Both bands will be playing songs from their latest albums, “Oriente” (Amor Elefante) and “Helados verdes” (Los Besos).
9 PM | AR $200 | Xirgu Espacio Untref | Chacabuco 875
Los Reyes del Falsete, Atrás Hay Truenos e Ignacio del Pórtico
Friday starts off with a trifecta of the best guitar-driven indie rock this town has seen in many years: Adrogué’s very own Los Reyes del Falsete and their muscular six string interplay, Atrás Hay Truenos and their fragile yet intense electric landscapes, and Ignacio del Pórtico and his pristine pop freshness. Oh, and by the way, all of this will be happening at La Confitería, one of the loveliest venues in Buenos Aires.
11:45 PM | La Confitería | F. Lacroze 2963
C.A. #11 Los Fritos Playa Sintética Obrero y Parásito Viet/Cong
Ciclo Abismal is back for its 11th edition, with yet another diverse lineup that will make you dance and forget the fact that summer is slowly fading away and we’re all getting older by the minute. This time around, psychedelic garage rockers Los Fritos, bluesy post-punk outfit Playa Sintetica, introspective acoustic project Obrero y Parásito, and Viet/Cong, a band whose non-existent social media presence and politically incorrect name speak for themselves, will be performing live on the stage of Espacio Cultural Mi Casa.
11 PM | AR $80 | Espacio Cultural Mi Casa | Aguero 787
Saturday March 24
FrostProof + Black Guillemot (Suecia)
In what seems to be a clear reversal of roles, Swedish band Black Guillemot will be playing their jangly indie pop tunes along with Argentines FrostProof and their icy, nordic-inspired post-rock aesthetics. The show will be a la gorra, so bring enough cash to show these musicians the love they deserve.
10 PM | Pay what you want | Musicleta | Aguirre 489
Koyi + La vida en familia play Matienzo
Koyi is a band that dwells on the softer side of indie rock, playing music that’s both hazy and lucid at the same time, with a clear infatuation for dream pop. La vida en familia is a synthpop duo with a knack for nocturnal moods and late night musings, whose music is of an intimate and observational nature. Acting as a yin to each other’s yang, they’ll both be playing at Matienzo this Saturday, in an evening that promises to have a lil’ something for every music nerd out there.
9 PM | AR $100 | Club Cultural Matienzo | Pringles 1249
Sideshow Lollapalooza | Anderson .Paak en Teatro Vorterix
The weekend’s gone, but what better way to start the week than with some more live music? After his amazing show at Lollapalooza, the hyper-talented rapper/songwriter Anderson .Paak is bringing his sun-drenched R&B grooves to Teatro Vorterix for a highly anticipated sideshow.
10 PM | AR$ 1100 | Teatro Vorterix | Av.Federico Lacroze 3455
A quick reminder. We want to make sure we cover as much material as possible each week; but with a scene this active, a lot can slip through the cracks. So, in our effort to remain on top of things, we’ve set up an e-mail address where you – that’s right, you, dear reader – can submit your own suggestions for shows for us to cover. If you have a gig coming up, or you know of one, we want to hear about it! Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publicado en Bubble.ar el 2018-03-21 15:36:54
Autor: Evy Duskey
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