EVOL is a computer music cell started in 1996. At the core of the project is Roc Jiménez de Cisneros, a musician and composer living and working in Barcelona. Occasional EVOL members and/or collaborators include Aarhus-based sound artist Rubén Patiño, Danish composer and multi-instrumentist Jakob Draminsky Højmark, English sound artist Joe Gilmore, Spanish writer and sound artist Anna María Ramos, English video artist Andy Davies, and Scottish sound artist Joel Ongthorne. Their work have been released on internationally acclaimed record labels such as Mego, Entr'acte, Lucky Kitchen, Diskono, Scarcelight, Antifrost, fals.ch or their very own ALKU.
In 2003 the group started a series of electroacoustic pieces entitled 'Punani' which addresses some of the main aspects of their work, namely: algorithmic composition, noise, psychedelia, system trajectories and the musical application of fractal geometry and other mathematical phenomena, somewhere in between Denis Smalley's concept of "spectromorphology" and what Agostino Di Scipio called "functional iteration synthesis".