Described by the Miami New Times as “the tastiest bitter-sweet candy for fans of wall-flower angst electropop,” Minimal brings an eclectic and versatile mix of indie and alternative rock with electronic flirtations embodied in drum machines, sequencers and samplers. Identified as “Latin-rock hometown heroes” by Fabrikalink.com, Minimal combines these eclectic elements to create an energetic and vigorous live performance, which has enabled them to perform along Grammy winners and internationally known artists such as Aterciopelados, Volumen Cero, Yerbabuena, and Libido. In 2006, Minimal released their first LP titled Fotos, Cartas Y un Puñal, under the record label Fabrika Music. That same year, the band was voted "best new band" by web visitors of Batanga.com, a source for Latin music and entertainment and a leading media and content company reaching U.S. Hispanics. Minimal also traveled to New York in 2006 to participate in the Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) where it presented its album in a series of concerts. While the first single, El Cubo aired on alternative radio stations across the U.S., the video for the single – directed by Vlo Erminy – received airplay on MTV3 as well as other alternative video television shows around the country. In 2007, Minimal made a guest appearance on Nitido, a television program that is part of the second-largest, U.S. Hispanic network, Telemundo. The band’s second single, No Sonar, circulated on Fuel TV’s Adrenalina TV. The video for this song (directed by Jose Luis Amador) was later released via Minimal’s MySpace profile, generating great interest from the public and landing No Sonar a spot on the featured music video section in MySpace Latino in April 2008. Minimal released its second studio production, titled Hermoso Caos, in February 2009, promising a new era in the band’s music and image.