Great clip, but as far as I could tell this was not electronic, they were all playing proper instruments.
Good modern stuff is rare, this music is also constructed in the classic way, making it very dancable though somehow I doubt it will be played at most milongas. This is a shame because good music does not all come from the past.
I am certain there are venues in Buenos Aires that play Tanghetto as well as the other recordings by young musicians creating a different sound for dancing.
This music will never be heard in the milongas at Lo de Celia, Centro Region Leonesa, and Club Gricel. However, there are places such as La Viruta in Club Armenia, Tango Cool in Club Villa Malcolm and the various practicas which cater to dancers who want this kind of music rather than the tango of the Golden Era.
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