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Andó - Juana Molina - Halo (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 11,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Juana Molina - Halo at Discogs. Complete your Juana Molina collection/5(69).
  2. Mar 14,  · Nearly four years removed from her Wed 21 LP, Argentina's Juana Molina has lifted the curtain on the details behind her seventh album. Titled Halo, .
  3. Juana Molina doesn’t make records very often, but the speed of her evolution means that Halo – haunting, bassy and electronic – is light years away from, say, the fragile, trebly and.
  4. Juana Molina crafts a totally unique soundscape on Halo. A desolate wasteland of minimal synth and folk, you'll be lost in a canyon of nothingness one second and enchanted by unique synths the next. This will take a lot of listens before it's fully digested, but this is really something special.
  5. Upon release, Halo received widespread acclaim from critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 84, based on 13 reviews. Robin Denselow from The Guardian gave the album a positive review, writing: "There are sturdy melodies on the quietly charming "Cosoco" or "Cálculos y oráculos", but even an.
  6. Apr 07,  · Un día is the fifth studio album of Argentine singer-songwriter Juana Molina. It was first released on October 6, by Domino Records. Sonically, the album is an abstract and consists of layered loops. It received generally positive reviews from music critics/5(5).
  7. Check out Juana Molina on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  8. Halo by Juana Molina, released 1. Paraguaya 2. Sin dones 3. Lentísimo halo 4. In the lassa 5. Cosoco 6. Cálculos y oráculos 7. Los pies helados 8. A00 B01 9. Cara de espejo Andó Estalacticas Al oeste She's back with yet another masterpiece album, overflowing with emotions, musical ideas and mysterious atmospheres.
  9. Juana Molina crafts a totally unique soundscape on Halo. A desolate wasteland of minimal synth and folk, you'll be lost in a canyon of nothingness one second and enchanted by unique synths the next. This will take a lot of listens before it's fully digested, but this is really something special.

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