If this is the year that Eufònic revisits folk traditions from a contemporary perspective, Cruhda must be one of our most certain bets. Diving into the the soundscape of the La Mancha steppe, she revisits the depths of the folklore of the Castillian meseta, cloaking it in electronica and intensity, sisterhood and death, voice, and ancestral transfusion. Dark folk and danceable strangeness.