Mexican punk-pop music group División Minúscula debuted in 2001, nonetheless it took another five years to allow them to attain industrial success, making use of their second album, Defecto Perfecto (2006). Shaped in 1996 within the northeast Mexican city of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, the music group is made up of Javier Blake (vocalist/guitarist), Ricci Perez (guitarist), Kiko Blake (drummer), and Alex Luque (bassist). The music group relocated to Monterrey, Nuevo León, where in fact the bandmembers attended university; they were uncovered there by Gadget Hernández from the rap group Control Machete, who agreed upon the music group to his store label, Sones del Mexside. División Minúscula’s debut record, Extrañando Casa (2001), implemented and was quite book in Mexico, where American-style punk-pop was seldom performed in Spanish by local artists. Two strike singles resulted: “Televidente” and “Cursi.” Five years handed prior to the band’s second record, Defecto Perfecto (2006), because the bandmembers returned to school to complete their education. Defecto Perfecto demonstrated even more well-known than its forerunner, spawning three strikes — “Sismo,” “Veneno ha sido Antídoto (S.O.S.),” and “Sognare” — and earning División Minúscula a set of MTV Video Music Prize nominations, for Promising Musician (Artista Promesa) and Greatest Alternative Work (Mejor Artista Alternativo).