Catherine P. Lewis wrote about Juana Molina in June 2006 for The Washington Post:
Fellow Argentinean Juana Molina has a more traditional South American feel on her fourth album, "Son." She sings in Spanish, and the rhythms of her electro-folk have a Latino flair. She accents her guitar-driven songs with hints of nature: Birds chirp faintly in the background of "La Verdad," while keyboard sounds in "Un Beso Llega" mimic the buzzing of bees. Some of Molina's songs are a little too long (one stretches to almost nine minutes), but her pure, breezy voice remains more captivating than tiresome.
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