The Return of Music Wins, Lil Nas X LoL President, and More

#AnyoneCanGoogle Click with charge: rapper Lil Nas X became president of League of Legends with the quests to “create explosive music moments, a clever champion skin for LoL, and a spectacular Worlds live show”, and to boot he introduced the anthem of the Worlds of LOL, star walking. memory click: the visual sample (Childhood)s explores what it was like to be a boy or a girl in the 19th and 20th centuries, through photos and daguerreotypes of the time, and can be visited for free at the Pueyrredón Museum in Acassuso. click on screen: Ricardo Mollo will host the federal music cycle Unisonon 9/24 on Public TV, with the participation of artists such as Noelia Sinkunas, Cabrones, Sabot or Nordestada.

#There are Tables Four young people in a camping situation in the north of Argentina Are you love?, by Mila Vera, which is on Thursdays at Teatro El Piccolino. While Mary’s kissby Matías Payer, proposes immersive theater based on an influencer who invites you to a party, on Fridays at Suipacha 119, only with prior reservation of tickets.

#AwayGoal The Music Wins Festival confirmed international artists for its return, scheduled for 10/12 at Club Ciudad: the Yankees The Magnetic Fields, the French The Blaze, the Canadians Alvvays, the Texan-Venezuelan Devendra Banhart, the Australian Chet Faker and the English Metronomy; and tickets go on sale Tuesday 9/27. In addition, there are three that will make their debut in Argentine territory: Madrid’s Kaos Urbano will punk it all at Uniclub (9/30), Spanish rapper Rayden will meet the best audience in the world at Niceto Club (10/16) and South African Alice Phoebe Lou will have his first visit also at Niceto Club (11/30). And there is more: the Mexican Carla Morrison will go to the Teatro Ópera Orbis (10/15) and the Spanish Álvaro de Luna for La Tangente (11/16).

#Festivallipsis The free Primavera Bonaerense festival will include touches by Karina, YSY A, Virus, Emanero, Coneja China, Milena Salamanca and more (24/9, Estadio Ciudad de La Plata). The rhythm of my street, from the Ministry of Culture, will have an Entre Ríos edition with freestyle, breaking and hip-hop workshops and battles (9/25, Puerto de la Memoria, Paraná). And the Mucha Música International Festival will present Marina Fages, Solentina and the Julia Moscardini Trio along with Canadian, Belgian and Italian artists (9/26, Quilmes University). In addition, to break with so much music, the Buenos Aires International Literature Festival will combine virtual and face-to-face activities with Diego Golombek, Clyo Mendoza, Cristian Alarcón, Eugenia Zicavo and more (9/28 to 10/2, various venues).

#MakeitSimple Single signature singles are back, courtesy of Julián Desbats (Rumba in the jungle), by Andres Ravioli (World), by Gaston Ceese (depressed today), by Juan Galante (lost), by Martin Marton (Radio AMBA), by Pil del Villar (I Got You Stuck in My Mind) or Elli the Kid (Mila Kunis).

#FromCatalog After an escalation of singles and videos, Hacha de Papel expanded its River Plate menu with the EP manual exhaust, produced by Juanito el Cantor. Pampas Eli Fernández published wings without sorrow, folk-pop songbook with crosses with Lula Bertoldi, Sandra Mihanovich, Lidia Borda or Nahuel Pennisi. The Lorenzo Pa conjured pogo perreo passion, trap, indie and reggaeton manifesto with a hedonistic spirit and collaboration with Jaff. The Cordovan Un Tal Lucas climbed inhabit, homemade and vibrant indie rock flashing adventure. José Pérez Vargas uncovered the jazz-rocker experience Kosen Rufu, recorded in stable sextet plan. And in terms of debuts, Faculimón released Effusion, an indie-pop dream in collaboration with Edu Schmidt; and Palo Di Paolo shared everyone greets mea pop-rock experience with bittersweet optimism.

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