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VIDEO: Music on the Subte


Brit Weaver spends some time with Hacha y Machete, a band that performs regularly on the Buenos Aires subte (B line), livening up commuters’ journeys with their Latin and Caribbean-influenced sound.

Camera & editing: Hans Fresen

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  1. [...] Quirky live music on the subway will range from a boy with his eyes closed playing the flute with all his might, to a rastafaren with terrible vocals but a contagious smile and a likeable groove – you can’t help but love them. [...]

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