Charo Bogarín and Diego Pérez from the group Tonolec
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The duo fusing the Argentine Qom dialect with electronica

The Argentine duo Tonolec write their songs in the Qom language - a dialect spoken by a small community in the north of the country - and fuse traditional sounds with modern electronica.

This is the last episode in a series by BBC Mundo's Vladimir Hernandez about new native melodies coming out of Latin America ahead of the International Day of Indigenous Peoples which is celebrated by the United Nations every August 9.

  • 10 Aug 2012
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