10 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Here’s where the Tijuana songwriter broke out as a Latin-pop force, stylishly expanding her sonic bag of tricks while keeping one foot firmly planted in Baja’s past. Whether indulging in the rock swagger of “Mala Memoria” or getting down with funky clavinet on “Algo Está Cambiando,” Venegas sounds positively vivacious (a slight mood change from previous outings). But it wasn’t all new directions: Those delightful accordion fills and her cool Brazilian-informed delivery remain on fine display.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Here’s where the Tijuana songwriter broke out as a Latin-pop force, stylishly expanding her sonic bag of tricks while keeping one foot firmly planted in Baja’s past. Whether indulging in the rock swagger of “Mala Memoria” or getting down with funky clavinet on “Algo Está Cambiando,” Venegas sounds positively vivacious (a slight mood change from previous outings). But it wasn’t all new directions: Those delightful accordion fills and her cool Brazilian-informed delivery remain on fine display.

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