Composer, cellist, singer and producer from Madrid and settled in Holland, Yamila dances on the edge of sound and conceptual precipices. Vortex of fragility and discursive fierceness, she’s one of the new voices of the spanish electronic scene, tinged with sweetly dreamlike resonances and inclusive looks to pop. When playing live she’s accompanied by keyboardist Lucía Rey, and the cello makes an appearance as if by magic. His album “Iras Fajro”, released by Forbidden Colours this year, includes collaborations as diverse as Clark (Warp) or El Niño de Elche: if these are two of the coordinates, make yourself an idea of what can we find between them. A must-see.