In Argentina's male-dominated music scene, a strong, talented group of women are determined to do their own thing. Here, and in the April 2010 issue of Latina, these musical women are featured in their elements, doing what they love.
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Alika, based in Buenos Aires, is a reggae/hip-hop/roots artist.
Folklorico musician, singer and percussionist Mariana Baraj is known for her unique, modern interpretation of the traditional poetry of this genre.
Dolores Sola is a tango singer who tours internationally with her group, La Chicana.
Juana Molina, known in Argentina for her comedic acting as much as for her music, is an internationally successful artist whose music features elements of ambient and electronica.
Las Kellies are a punk rock group living and making music together.
Based in London and Buenos Aires, Milena is part of the glam rock scene and has recently started a new project called Shush.
The Kumbia Queers are an all-lesbian electro-trash group that frequently tours Mexico and South America.
Miss Bolivia, a former psychologist, is a rapper and MC who mixes dancehall, reggae and hip-hop Latino. She lives in La Boca, a famous ghetto in Buenos Aires.
Viviana Pozzebon is a contemporary artist from Cordoba.
The music/performance group Azukita was formed in 2004 by members Santiago Blaum, Min Ko and Tatiana Saphir (pictured). They perform regularly in Buenos Aires and Berlin.
Entre Rios, an indietronica group from Buenos Aires, has toured Latin America and Spain. They have influenced many other bands such as Miranda! and Belanova.
Liliana Zavela, an alternative/hip hop percussionist originally from Cordoba, now resides in Stockholm, Sweden.
Sol Pereyra is an indie-alt Latino artist from Cordoba, the second-largest city in Argentina after Buenos Aires. Pereyra has toured with Julieta Venegas, and splits her time between Mexico and Cordoba.
Emerging singer/songwriter Liza Casullo