Photo: Randy Kashka


To dance is as human as to think. Whether you’re a veteran salsa dancer or only occasionally tap your toe, the unexplainable ways we express ourselves through moving our bodies unites us in our instincts but makes us unique in our own performances.

At Matador, we’ve seen breakdancing in Uganda, Capoeira, Tango, Salsa, and plenty of others that don’t even have names yet. Check out the concent below and see just how long the dance goes on.

Dance Articles

A car wreck in Tel Aviv turns magical

by Morgane Croissant

Are tourists ruining Berlin’s legendary club scene?

by Jason Overdorf

How to party in Brazil

by Rory Moulton

Watch: The world’s craziest music video, shot from a drone – all in one take

by Matt Hershberger

This man has danced in over 70 countries

by Katka Lapelosov√°

5 places in Boston where you can dance with no hangups

by Vanessa Van Doren

This guy knows how to take a dull job and keep it entertaining

by Alex Scola

When they built the Great Wall, I bet they didn’t expect someone to break it down like this

by Alex Scola

DJ Lead, Japan’s heavy hitter

by eric warren

Where to party in Mombasa

by Nikole MacGregor

Dancing Through History: In Search of the Stories That Define Canada

by Sarah Park

The tales of a “fire slut”

by Erica Buist

Dancing flashmob in crowded Mumbai train station [VID]

by Carlo Alcos

Photo essay: Dance in Buenos Aires

by Jacinta Young

Garifuna culture and dance in Belize

by Megan Wood

Empowering Ugandan youth with breakdancing

by Lindsay Clark

Capoeira, an innocent perspective

by Lindsay Clark

Tales from the frontier of expat life: Learning hip-hop in South Korea

by Anne Merritt
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