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Argentine invasion

Zizek Club dance night at the ICA

The headliner will be Fauna, a hip-hop duo that says it plays cumbia like a rhinoceros - a bit brutish but with contagious energy. The headliner will be Fauna, a hip-hop duo that says it plays cumbia like a rhinoceros - a bit brutish but with contagious energy. (Emiliano Granado)
By James Reed
Globe Staff / August 21, 2009

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It started like so many innovations do: out of boredom with what already existed. Back in 2006, Grant C. Dull and two fellow DJs weren’t impressed by Buenos Aires’ nightlife offerings, yet they noticed a burgeoning scene flush with artists boldly fusing hip-hop, reggaeton, cumbia, Brazilian baile funk, dancehall, and electronic music - in other words, the kind of sounds ... (Full article: 490 words)

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