Memorably showcased being a guest vocalist in Federico Aubele’s Panamericana (2007), Argentine newcomer Natalia Clavier proceeded to pursue a recording career of her own the next year in ESL Music, the label of Thievery Corporation. Blessed and elevated in Buenos Aires, Clavier was raised in children filled up with music, as her mom enjoyed from North American spirit/R&B to Spanish vocalist/songwriters to traditional. With time, Clavier became motivated by jazz, specially the function of Sarah Vaughan, and started pursuing a profession as a specialist jazz vocalist. Her ambitions had taken her from Buenos Aires to Barcelona, Spain, where she produced the rounds being a performer and finally crossed pathways with manufacturer/musician/songwriter Federico Aubele, a fellow Argentine expatriate from Buenos Aires, who acquired lately experienced a influx of worldwide acclaim using the discharge of his debut record, Gran Resort Buenos Aires (2004), on Thievery Corporation’s ESL Music label. At his invitation, Aubele and Clavier started performing and eventually touring jointly, and she added vocals to his second record, Panamericana (2007), also released by ESL Music. Thievery Company manufacturer Eric Hilton was impressed not merely by Clavier’s performing but also by way of a ten-song demonstration of hers documented with Aubele, therefore he elected to create her debut record, Nectar (2008), and discharge it on ESL Music.