Throughout Latin America, there are musical acts that haven’t quite broken through to the mainstream yet but who have quickly earned critical accolades and a devoted, if modest, following thanks to their distinctive style and genre-defying sound. With a playful electronica pop sound that also nods to ‘70s funk and salsa, Brooklyn-based Puerto Rican duo Buscabulla is, as its name suggests, making the most delectable sonic trouble. Dominican electronica trio MULA, meanwhile, is creating stunning new soundscapes that seamlessly marry dubstep beats with bachata and classic Dominican merengue. Colombian duo Pedrina y Río are adding a splash of color to the musical landscape with their own brand of electronic pop, which incorporates hints of bossa nova, bolero, and samba. Discover these and many more acts that have been flying under the radar but are bound to soar to new heights of success.