Offering forth eleven cuts of new material, El Pozo is the long-awaited second album from the Puerto Rican indie staple who has spent a good part of the last five years experimenting with sounds and textures that made her live performances into happenings. Accompanied in this journey by producer / instrumentalist Mark Underwood, this album is the result of deep soul searching thru the music that has influenced and inspired her. Nothing is sacred and everything is. From punk to afrobeat, El Pozo is a musical painting of profound complexities that are delivered like the most delightful chocolate from the heart of this powerful artist.
Mima's debut self titled album reveals an aparent nakedness with songs like "Ojo avizor" or "Era aquello"; irreverent and playful "Santo camino furtivo" with a naivety full of shrewdness takes the listener on a winding road that sometimes seems misleading and not so transparent. There's a show of formality mixed with spontaneity on this first production effort that establishes itself as the beginning of a rich career.