Fans contact them “the Peks,” which Houston-based conjunto certainly offers a lot of the past, especially one of the target audience out searching for the small bloodstream, or new-sounding rings. Since developing in the first ’90s, the music group offers slimmed down from a quintet to some quartet, the band’s fascinating sound often powered by interplay between guitarist and innovator Jaime Ruiz as well as the ever-exploratory Gilberto Gonzalez on accordion. Sonically, this group joins the rates of adventurers, with both Gonzalez and Ruiz quite keen on results pedals and reverb-soaked firmness configurations. The guitarist also uses wah-wah, nearly an impossibility in Mexican music, but a trifle uncommon. The Discos MM label from Dickinson, TX, offers released a complete of five recordings from the group for a price of almost one each year since 1994. The solid De Sangre Mexicana premiered around the TH-Mex label. The group offers toured through the entire USA and Mexico.