In what becomes longer segueing tracks that cut and offer stances in electronic percussion and dreamy-strings; The Marías are simple in design and execution but perform the job incredibly well. They shift the stance from Los Angeles’ known hardcore and hip-hop roots to form something more gentle when held against the sprawling city. Superclean, Vol. II is entirely stated in its own title, the release is rather clean with production that depends highly on approachable beats and instrumentation. The smooth vocals come and deliver often in front of subtle synthesizers. This layered jigsaw is more about the depth of how to market and create a synonymous pouncing.
The substantial and go-to album for the nighttime slide or date, there is something special about The Marías that is able to be completely captured on Superclean, Vol. II. Less of a straight-forward arrow and more about the production that surrounds the frankly beautiful vocal performance that pulls in tandem with easy on the ears instrumentation. Superclean, Vol. II is soft and feels protective which is a desirable contrast from what Los Angeles can produce within the often unwelcoming streets.