LE PARODY's music lies between electronic and folk. Their songs are made from fragments of melodies and samplers over rhythmic loops that delve into a world of rare and cool, and at the same time, friendly pop. Technological while melodramatic, they use syllables in Spanish, structures with no return and instruments that can only fit into a carry case. Sole Parody, the vocalist of the project speaks of heartbreak, body and dance. Frank Santiuste, from Cuba, accompanies her on trumpet. In 2012, LE PARODY self-published the work Cásala, which received an excellent reception from the press.