In 1999 Christina moved to New York where she started a new career in the Anglo-Saxon world. After a series of concerts in many historical clubs of the New York underground (CBGB’s, Tonic, Knitting Factory and Cooler, among others) she spent several months recording her new album, Frozen Pool (Smells Like Records, 2001). This puts her on the American indie map and gets her rave reviews in media such as TIME OUT N.Y., The Wire, Pitchfork and Time Magazine. She toured with the new project around The USA and Europe, playing at festivals such as All Tomorrows Parties in Los Angeles, Les Femmes S’en Mêlent in Paris and South by Southwest in Texas. The record was released in Japan on the prestigious label P-Vine.
In 2015 she is releasing Lo nuestro (El Segell del Primavera), inspired in figures seemingly as far removed as Luis Cernuda, Louise Bourgeois, Nikola Tesla, New Order, Franco Battiato. Now she releases "Un Hombre Rubio" her newest album inspired by her father.
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