Juana Rosario Molina is an Argentine singer, songwriter and actress, based in Buenos Aires. She is known for her distinctive sound, considered an exponent of folktronica, although it has also been described as ambient, experimental, neofolk, chill-out, indietronica, psychedelic, indie pop, and progressive folk.
|Birth name:||Juana Rosario Molina|
|Born:||Oct 01, 1961, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Genres:||Electronic, folk, ambient, experimental|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, songwriter, actress|
|Labels:||Domino, Crammed Discs|
|Associated acts:||Alejandro Franov, Konono Nº1, Deerhoof, Kasai Allstars, Wildbirds & Peacedrums, Skeletons|
|Website:||Juana Molina's Official site|
|Instagram:||Juana Molina's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Juana Molina's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Juana Molina's Youtube channel|
|IMDb:||Juana Molina's IMDb|
|Spotify:||Juana Molina's Spotify|
About Juana Molina
Singer, songwriter, and actress known for her experimental style of music, considered a type of folktronica. Although initially met with negative critics, she has developed a large cult following on an international scale.
During the 1976 Argentinian military coup, her family was forced to flee to Paris for six years. Her artistic development was deeply influenced in this time period, as she was introduced to French radio stations that would play music from around the world.
In 1986, while looking for a job that would give her the time and financial freedom to pursue her music, she auditioned for a role on a sketch program. Three years later, she had her own television show, Juana y sus Hermanas.
Her father is tango singer Horacio Molina, and her mother is actress Chunchuna Villafañe. She has a younger sister, who is also a musician.
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