Mitú are the electronic music duo of Julian Salazar, ex-guitarist of Bogota's live-electronic band Bomba Estereo, and Franklin Tejedor, a master percussionist of Colombia's great rhythmic traditons. Together they make music that draws from a wide spectrum of electronic infuences, anchored to the percussive, tribal beats of their natve Colombia. In a break with the group's tendency to record albums in relatvely short tme frames, the album was recorded over a longer period, giving greater importance to the sound recording of ideas at the tme of their concepton and less importance to post-producton. This tme around, Mitú took the tme to let the record mature in the studio and get the ideas to come together, making an album in which the sound is far removed from that of their previous records, almost totally electronic and minimizing the acoustc parts, conceived with the intenton of being performed live in its entrety. As such, the album has a frenetc quality that captures the raw excitement of the live shows the band are famed for.