Carlos Libedinski “Narcotango”
Carlos Libedinski had the right instinct in the early 2000s: the young tango dancers wanted something beyond the Golden Age nostalgia. They wanted something modern. That’s how Narcotango was created. None of the traditional BsAs milongas welcomed it. It was not considered to be Argentine tango. But the small circle of Libedinski’s friends in Buenos Aires and abroad loved it. Now the first Narcotango album is a classic of tango electronico.
Plano Secuencia track is a great way to change the pace or to end the milonga.