Ivor Polk in his classification of ’11 Argentine Tango Styles’,* identifies one tango style as: Nuevo Close Embrace. Sometimes called Nuevo Milonguero. Very sensitive, no lean or very small one, very smooth. Dancers do not separate. … “Milonguero style” is a simple form of this style. Describing a favorite unnamed couples’ performance, Polk elaborates: They have danced in what I call “Tango Nuevo in close embrace” style. Yes, with all those “kicks”, ganchos, and volcadas, but how virtually effortless and sublime they were performed! They swam in the ocean of movement. This style is characterized with smooth movements, I can not even say “steps”, and very sensitive embrace without lean, even though cortes (corte is a cut step, which is not really cut, it is just a name) are quite often there. = *http://www.virtuar.com/tango/articles/2005/tango_styles.htm **Footnote; any of the old guard in BSAs will say that nothing is new in tango, someone in the past has already done it.