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genre: hip hop

U Can’t See Us

U Can’t See Us is a track by two Madrid based artists, Miki Di Sancio on vocals and lyrics, and Ju-Ju on production and programming. Released by the Barcelona based label The Nü World Music.

The beat is inspired by Uruguayan candombe, while influences of synthwave and cyber punk are marked in the melodic instrumentation. The vocal synths are made with a Commodore 64.

The track is about the obvious and the invisible, about the things that are present but not discovered, about what’s hidden before your very eyes. Essence, urbanity, camouflage, action and distraction from everyday life. Whoever blinks, will never see it.


Fenta is a dark but groovy track that talks about toxicity, so latent in these times. The track is built with electronic bass, hard trap drums and raw vocals in a low fi key.

High on cymatics

About High on cymatics

It sounds like a distant reggaeton echoing under a hot shower, competing with eerie synths and a rhythmic section reminding of the sweat of the first baile funk. An energetic and irreverent track created with Ableton, Roland SP404 sampler, Critter and Guitari’s organelle besides Buddha Kopta’s voice. Zenjiskan relates, “It came out of an experiment of layering and stretching the main sample. At first, the track was going to be an instrumental, but when Buddha Kopta heard it, we immediately tried some lyrics and found out they were elevated the track. Aqueleque’s remix also came out organically, he simply was the best candidate for it.”