Latin music is fused with futuristic consumer electronics by Mexican-born Alquima. While her simple monitors feature vocals and piano, Alquima enhances her recordings with levels of looped vocals, digital processors, sound files, examples, synthesizers, gongs and bells. The effect is a audio that combines the musical customs of Latin America with affects of rock and roll, pop, avant-garde, traditional and improvisational music. Based on Audion mag, “Alquima goals to dazzle, entry , loosen up and excite, and, will etc all matters.” Alquima’s debut record, Coatlicue: Goddess of the planet earth, released in 1992, highlighted a nine-part name monitor and five specific parts. Her second record, Wings of Notion, released in 1995, was motivated, with what she informed an interviewer, “my encounters within the Yucatan area of Mexico, the mysticism from the historic temples and my reading from the functions of Carlos Castaneda.” Alquima documented her third recording Deceased Tongues in 1996 with Mexican composer Jose Luis Fernandez Ledesma, who performed Fender Rhodes, synthesizers, percussion, voices, shells, flutes and digital noises. The daily Mexican newspapers called Deceased Tongues, “the very best Mexican recording of its kind this 10 years.” Alquima divides her time taken between learning music and mysticism in London and composing and documenting in her personal studios in London and Mexico Town.