|Artist:||Molina, Juana||Added:||Nov 2019|
|Add Date:||2019-12-24||Pull Date:||2020-02-25|
|Week Ending:||Feb 16||Feb 9||Feb 2||Jan 26||Jan 19||Jan 12||Jan 5||Dec 29|
|1.||Oct 06, 2021:||Music Genealogy (rebroadcast from Feb 4, 2020)
|4.||Feb 05, 2020:||Organic Fruit Tracks
|2.||Feb 09, 2020:||Organic Fruit Tracks
|5.||Feb 04, 2020:||Magnetized Toner
Un Dia Punk
|3.||Feb 06, 2020:||I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
The Punkish Rat
|6.||Feb 04, 2020:||Music Genealogy
Something else from the press release:
When Juana Molina arrived with her band on the site of the Roskilde festival in July 2018, they found that the airline had misplaced their backline, all they had with them was Juana’s guitar. They decided to go ahead and play a set anyway, using the guitar and instruments which were onstage, i.e. a keyboard and a drum kit. They played a wild set of improvised versions of Juana’s songs, and the fans were delighted to witness such a special show. Since that day, Juana and her bandmates took to including a punkish version of Paraguaya in their live sets. Several months later, Juana and her band recorded Forfun EP, which includes four of Juana’s songs, all re-arranged and performed in that joyful punky mood…
RIYL: Fea, Meelt, Alice Bag, Mujercitas Terror, and Prettiest Eyes.
Recommended Tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4
1. (2:01) ***Paraguaya Punk – Fast tempo. Post punk attack - gloomy and vital. Great track. Song ends at 1:48.
2. (3:44) *The Punkish Rat – Medium-up/slow tempo. More funky and jazzy.
3. (4:12) **Un Dia Punk – Medium-up tempo. Grunge punk. Think early 1990s Sub Pop. Cool cut.
4. (2:25) *Vagos Punk – Medium-up/slow tempo. Classic alternative sound. Makes me think of Spanish rock from the mid 1990s.
|1.||Paraguaya Punk||3.||Un Dia Punk|
|2.||The Punkish Rat||4.||Vagos Punk|