If you’re not following Gente Que Viene A Mi Casa you probably should. It’s a Tumblr-based corner from Brazil we love and respect. It comes from the same people who run the great Si No Puedo Bailar (now a netlabel). While we’re highly preoccupied with aesthetics and usually prefer progressive (and aggressive) songs, we’re often moved by their curation of laidback Iberoamerican songs. They recently published a song by up-and-coming Argentine folk band Pequeña Orquesta de Trovadores, and I’m having one of those weeks were I keep humming it without realizing it. The boy-meets-girl vocal formation can rarely go wrong, but when you’re telling a story with a great sense of harmony and sing-along gamut, you can step outside the norm and achieve something as infectious as “Caramelos de Limón.” Their self-titled debut is available for free download for the exchange of an email address via Bandcamp.