Isla Invisible is a NYC trio that creates a melodic, dark, and lush atmosphere in their experimental approach to music. Rebecca Adorno (PR), Julian Brau (PR), and Ryan Correira (MA) are longtime friends and collaborators motivated creatively as islanders to compose unique soundscapes.
In the late 2000’s, Julian Brau (lead guitar/vox) and Rebecca Adorno (lead vocals) started first collaborating on their former project, Suturee, self-releasing an album in Puerto Rico. Following that release they moved to New York City, where Ryan Correira (drums) joined them.
Recently the three decided to start a new project from scratch and named it Isla Invisible. The title suggests thoughts after books such as Invisible Cities and the concept of the “non-place”: a space of transit where humans come and go as they please, to the point where the term “place” gets obsolete and the space becomes more of an abstract idea. The music stokes these ideas with its near ethereal qualities. The band cites influences from Portishead, Cocteau Twins, Smog, and Stereolab. Their debut EP is a perceptive nod to the past and an intriguing look into the future.