Monday Photo Blog: André Agurto

27 01 2014

Let’s go down to Lima, Perú for this Monday Photo Blog with André Agurto. Some up close action capturing the happenings in the crowd, as well as the stage. For more from André, check out his Facebook here.

Fan at Narcosis concert in Salón Imperial in Lima, Perú, July 2013 (photo by André Agurto)

Diana Foronda at Área7at El Local in Lima, Perú, September 2013 (photo by André Agurto)

Barrio Calavera at Wayruro in Lima, Perú, November 2013 (photo by André Agurto)

Metamorphosis at El Local in Lima, Perú, December 2013 (photo by André Agurto)

Autopsia at Salón Imperial in Lima, Perú, July 2013 (photo by André Agurto)

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January 27th, 2014 by Matt Average

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One response to “Monday Photo Blog: André Agurto”

27 01 2014
Jerry Kendall (10:48:59) :

Looks like there is a very hot and happening scene in Lima Peru. I’ve been in the scene since 1974. I moved to San Francisco in 1980 when things were really heating up there. Since them I’ve lived all over from coast to coast lived in New York 78 &79 New Orleans from 84-86 Portland Oregon 86&87 and now I’m in Wisconsin. Anyway when I was in San Francisco I knew that in time this was going to be big. But I had no idea it was going to be this big and there for a little while in the 1980′s looked like things where done. The scene was starting to fade away although there were still some strong little dyi music scenes hanging on but I kind of thought hey this could be it.but oh man what a ride its been some of the best times in my life and I met some really great people all over the country but hang on the music and the dyi scene is still there and its bigger and better then I could of ever imagined and at this rate will out live me. And that’s just fine with me.

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