Julieta Venegas

Published March 12, 2010 by Graham


The endless stream of awesomeness that eminates from Julieta Venegas is staggering. From her early ’90s musical infancy as the accordianist in ska-punk band Tijuana No! to the multi-instrumental force to be reckoned with she has blossomed into, Venegas has brought us a constant stream of eminently catchy and deceptively complex pop. Her latest LP, Otra Cosa, boasts a sublime single called “Bien o Mal.” It’s a song that typifies the sunny-melancholoy dialectic that runs throughout the singer’s work. Agustin Alberdi’ gloriously gaseous clip for the song can be found below, and for extra radness, revisit the video for classic Julieta jam “Seria Feliz.”

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3 comments so far

  1. Plankton Man says:

    Kind of looks like she hired Tsui Hark, from the era of Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain, to make it look like the Bjork tour look from about two years ago. And yet I agree the vid is somehow kind of gorgeous, and the song yet another lovely one from JV.

  2. Karina says:


  3. Ette says:

    She’s so great. And what a happy, catchy, bright video!