Friday Night Sounds: Argentine Punk

Argentine punk emerged a few years after The Clash in England and The Ramones in Queens, New York, during the millitary dictatorship. The early years make bitching about Reagan seem like whiny complaints. Modern Argentine punk is packed with elements of hardcore, ska and politics, and it’s easy to hear how many bands emulate The Ramones. Argentina is still churning out awesome bands, and the punk scene continues to thrive.

The Wiki chronicles the early bands that Spotify does not have and details a few bands on the playlist, which are:

  • Cadena Perpetua
  • 2 minutos
  • Attaque 77
  • Expulsados
  • The Broken Toys
  • Los Brujos

Open the playlist in Spotify.

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