This enigmatic Spanish trio was formerly known as Yogur. They've released a pair of albums, the most recent a claustrophobic exercise in stark folk deconstruction entitled 127. The singer offers hushed, half-sung, half-muttered Spanish lyrics over the strum and squeal of an acoustic guitar and occasional reverb-heavy slow-motion drum thunder. Periodically a dog barks or a car goes by off in the distance. It's lo-fi post-folk very much in keeping with other artists in the
Acuarela camp such as Paloma and Migala, which will also probably appeal to fans of Piano Magic, Will Oldham, and Smog.