Molina’s third disc envelops the listener from start to finish, even though the Argentinean’s gentle voice wouldn’t wake a sleeping toddler. A luminous combination of fragile folk and bubbling electronica, Tres Cosas balances stark, seesawing melodies with droning computer moans and sparkles, like some organic-digital mix of Nick Drake and Brian Eno. The Spanish lyrics might keep the meanings at arm’s length, but the beauty of the music needs no translation.
Tres Cosas Molina's third disc envelops the listener from start to finish, even though the Argentinean's gentle voice wouldn't wake a sleeping toddler. A...Tres CosasFolk, Indie Rock, Electronic Molina's third disc envelops the listener from start to finish, even though the Argentinean's gentle voice wouldn't wake a sleeping toddler. A...2004-06-04
Genre: Folk, Indie Rock, Electronic; Lead Performer: Juana Molina; Producer (group): Domino
Posted June 4 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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