A trio originally from Juchitán, Oaxaca, capable of fusing the Zapotec language with traditional music and vaporwave scents. It might sound quirky, but it really works for them. Trébol, Valgur‘s first album, was a work loaded with pop that was, perhaps, too pure, not fully satisfying those behind it. After years in the trenches, the band began to work on new dynamics, which ended up crystallizing in an album titled Zapandú (2019), a perfect mix between the sounds of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec and the synth pop influences they grew up with. A suggestive hybrid between tradition and globalization. #folk-pop

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