Buscabulla (Spanish slang for troublemaker) is the experimental pop project of Raquel Berrios and Luis del Valle. Heavily influenced by vintage Latin music like salsa gorda, Cuban psych and '80s Argentinian rock, Buscabulla combines both electronic and live instrumentation. The group create a hybrid sound they like to call the "Caribbean music of the future."
Raquel, a designer, record collector, and producer teamed up with multi instrumentalist and producer Luis del Valle in 2011 and they have since been warming hearts. In 2015, Kitsuné released their self-titled debut EP which was produced by Dev Hynes of Blood Orange. Their second EP, released in 2017, includes the singles "Tártaro" and "Frío (feat. Helado Negro)," as heard on KCRW. Pitchfork describes "Frío" as a "blissful beach daydream."