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La Ciudad Bajo La Niebla

La Ciudad Bajo La Niebla is an indie rock band from Buenos Aires in Argentina. Having gone through some changes in personnel during the four years of their existence the current link-up consists of Avati Martin (vocals / guitar), Marilyn Avati (Keyboards), Juan Cruz Scozzanich (Drums),  Agustin Cruz and Paul Di Riaco (Bass). With a breadth of […]

A message from Vaqueros Paganos

Clara V. from Vaqueros Paganos, sent me through a video to say thanks to everyone from around the world who voted for them as the Indie bands Blog – Band of the month for September. Thanks Clara V and to all of Vaqueros Paganos and look forward to being able to post tour and release […]

Band of the month September 2009 – Vaqueros Paganos

On top of the top 20 chart for the Band of the Month for September are Vaqueros Paganos from Argentina. Band of the Month September 2009 top 20 chart Vaqueros Paganos Jon and Lynn Negro Fluo Divorce Juliet Gough The Drums The Five One The XX Temposhark The Swing Movement Bens Brother Rajasthan Roots The […]

Vaqueros Paganos – October shows

Vaqueros Paganos upcoming shows for October and late notice of a show tomorrow: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 9:00pm – 11:55pm An acoustic set at Casa Rica Nicaragua 4817 -Buenos Aires free entrance October 1st, 8 PM Indios Indies Festival at Facultad de Psicología Auditorium (University of Buenos Aires) (Av. Independencia 3065 – Buenos Aires) Vaqueros […]

Negro Fluo

Another Argentinian Band on indie bands blog, Negro Fluo. perhaps more an enigma in a box. The music is instantly accessible, Jorge Niklison is far more introspective. Negro Fluo comprises of only Jorge, yet his loop backs are not just a minutes work. I managed a short exchange with Jorge, for which I am grateful. […]

Vaqueros Paganos

There is no surprise that there is a thriving scene in South American indie bands and Vaqueros Paganos are a great example of the creativity. Vaqueros Paganos courtesy of Damian Benetucci After the music, the thing I like best about the band, which translates as Pagan Cowboys and conjures up exactly the right ethos for […]