The sound of Puerto Rican-born, NYC-based duo Buscabulla is post-chillwave, but decidedly Caribbean, with nods to salsa, reggaeton, and bachata. Berrios’ lyrics convey a longing, distant gaze that buffers out the island’s rough edges, a magical oasis that exists only in dreams. These themes permeate Buscabulla’s self-released sophomore EP, a continuation of the first, both in concept and aesthetic. “Frío” is a duet with Helado Negro’s Roberto Carlos Lange, in which the singer tries to comfort Berrios as they weather the winter’s biting cold, yearning for the warm embrace of their hometowns. The album’s standout “Tártaro” is a quirky disco track that serves as an ode to “salsa erotica” legend Frankie Ruiz that romanticizes the island’s seedier corners with a nostalgic fondness for sleaze.