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New Juana Luna EP bursts with Latin-American grooves and dynamic hooks
(Published: March 24, 2018)

Juana Luna is a Brooklyn-based musician that has just released her self-titled five-track CD. This dynamic, vibrant, and fresh record is bursting with Latin-American grooves and melodic hooks, which are infused with a modern jazz twist.

The first track on the album is "Amor de Conuco", a smoothing and somber offering, complete with Luna's signature sensual and evocative singing style.

The middle of the album features "Amandote," a full band number that is upbeat, sexy, and a fantastic dance track. This tune breaks up the album nicely, and gives a lovely amount of brightness, color, and diversity to this eclectic collection of songs. "Jose Sabia" is the perfect ending; it is summery, celebratory, and lively, with a gorgeous amount of multi-layered textures.

Today when so many artists are producing homogeneous music, it is refreshing to hear something like Luna, a performer who embraces her traditional roots. She boasts an innovative and unique cultural flair, blurring the lines between genres. All of these aspects make this album truly special and a much needed release in the modern music industry. This is a flirtatious EP with cinematic and visceral sensibilities.

More Information: http://juanaluna.com

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