Born in Harlem, the project blends saturated caribbean rythms with tacky-tech culture and punk-merengue phrasing. Raina Mast an Irish catholic pennsylvanian painter/sculptress working as a Spanish teacher in Harlem and Rita Indiana Hernández, a dominican writer/multimedia artist with a pair of clean pants and lots of old school Antillean vinyl met in NYC in 2006 and began shaping what has evolved into a subversive sound of it's own, that brings together references otherwise incompatible such as Aramis Camilo, Mahavishnu, Snap! And Stevie Nicks.
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