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JUANA MOLINA

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ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333



JUANA MOLINA

JUANA MOLINA

ICA
Monday 27 April 2009

£9.50
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JUANAMOLINA

Juana Molina of Buenos Aires, Argentina, can, perhaps rather cheekily, be seen as kickstarting the new generation of performers who begin with their core group of instruments and a delay pedal, and take the relatively experimental approach of live sound-looping and manipulation to the pop-concert medium. Think Kama Aina, Animal Collective. She uses time-delay for a sense of disorientation and twisting beauty, to heighten her songs’ moods and structures. The hypnotic live experience is built of layer upon layer of polyrhythms, dissonant synth melodies, and effected voices. Her music is in love with texture and timbre, and despite its leftfield leanings it is a wondrous and accessible song she sings.

Plus special guests

Tickets from:
http://www.ica.org.uk
020 7930 3647
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com 
0870 264 3333







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