Argentinian Music

Sequoia1321

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What are some cool Argentinian bands? I listen to all kinds of music, from traditional, classic rock, electronic, pop, heavy metal, alternative, various languages, etc. Here is some taste of my music. Also, I hardly ever listen to the words in songs, even if they’re in a language I uderstand, so not necessarily sure what they’re saying exactly.






https://youtu.be/yQeSXA1D2mg

https://youtu.be/_-zWpdq3_2s

https://youtu.be/EciomI3E1I4

https://youtu.be/QA7tU0jywDY

https://youtu.be/OorZcOzNcgE

https://youtu.be/e7bxiHBcIjk

https://youtu.be/IEdOOLOARYo

https://youtu.be/wq4xj_rXvWo

https://youtu.be/D-NpB1JeMSI

https://youtu.be/_8lEg28u9XM

https://youtu.be/vhfYis6VuXY

https://youtu.be/d4powWkMp6U

https://youtu.be/_fvFoc768iw

 
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EspañYOLO

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Thanks for the new music. Well, new to me, at least. I love this song:


And lots of Argentinian rap because it has such a fast flow of words including a lot of slang:


 

Sequoia1321

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I wish I could have been in the audience for this.
That’s great. I like that kind of music with mix of orchestra and modern instruments. There’s a genre of heavy mental called symphonic metal that also does that sort of thing but with heavier instruments. If you’re not familiar already, you might also like the live performance of the band Portishead, in Roseland NYC (1997), which is a trip hop band that used an orchestra for that performance:


I saw them live in Austin, TX in the 90’s.
 
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