Hailing from Rostov-on-Don (Russia) the head of the wicked WINE UP RECORDS and multi instrumentalist DUB BEANS gears up the whole heat for the upcoming Russian World Cup, with a slowine beat called LAST DROP that will set the dancefloors on flames!!!
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Tego Calderon- Pa que se lo gozen (JavierjoeK & Medina RMX)
Keeping the old reggeaton revival vibe that has been getting major buzz lately, Latino Resiste brings two of the sickest mooombahtonistas from the new wave, Medina and JavierjoeK, who are giving a full bass treatment to Tego Calderon’s anthem.
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Latino Resiste fully embraces this zapateo/ aleteo vibe in 2018. This time slaying the Afro-Beat house vibes from Mexico D.F. the soaring and wicked producer ADELLER
Our Mexican homeboy tilts away from his usual moombah related vibe to go fully throttle on the afrobeat perpetual chirpiness blended with his Latino flavour which makes it an acquired taste, but there’s no denying its kinetic power, and blended with ADELLER’s harder beats and harsher bass it becomes a fearsome engine for our Latino Resiste signature sound.
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BAD BUNNY- Amorfoda (MIDFUG RMX)
Erick Suarez aka MIDFUG is an Ecuadorian producer whose releases under La Clinica, Moombahton Central, and many others have been getting traction to his frantic style and he is a usual suspect in terms of collaborations.
However, he’s been a MAL DICEN (Latino Resiste) fan since forever…which is awesome, and we love everything he is doing lately..
And we are making an exception in terms of dropping only Original content, because for his Mal Dicen debut he is dropping a Jersey Club remix of Bad Bunny’s amorfoda that is out of this world.
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Latino Resiste always bets for those who aren’t afraid to push the limits while keeping a strong connection to our latin roots.
That is why we are obsessed with Venezuelan producer ALPIRE.
His signature slowdown is becoming a trademark, and slowly but steady you start listening to that sound being copycat which is the highest compliment ever.
However, you can get the OG sound coming from the OG source at #zeropesos in full WAV
CARNNIBAL- Last of its Tribe
Carnnibal ( Sam -Sah- Brukout) , the elusive dancehall producer, finally gets back to Latino Resiste after releasing heavy hitters on different labels. This time the Jamaican inspired riddims expand to all Caribbean West Indian musical diaspora, whether Soca, Calypso, or mode up, Sah Brukout unleashes his savage basslines with extremely heavy drums to grind every single riddim into a bass mayhem that is as contagious as it is filthy.
Politically Charged as usual, Last of its tribe brings together heavywight names like Damian Marley, Merciless, but also LR’s very own Chong X or Caballo to add a complete surround to what the underground and progressive dancehall is about.
Forget Auto tune or Irie vibes intended to disguise the monetary intention. This is pure flames to make dancefloors whine and also soundsystems cry bass.
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Dub Beans- Na Bunda
Want to start grabbing the best Russian-Latino stuff before the world cup? Well. Latino Resiste gets you some of the craziest Russian producers that spit Latin-inspired flames to the dancefloor.
Coming from Rostov-on-Don (RUSSIA) our homeboy DUB BEANS unveils his epic Baile Funk turned into lazerbass NA BUNDA as his LR debut.
Following the steps of ATTOXXA, Omulu, Tropkillaz and so on, DUB BEANS slays the Brazilian Bass.
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David Munera- OUH
A genre revival that has taken the underground sounds by the horns, has finally start rising with a whole new generation and approaches.
Aleteo, also known as zapateo, guaracheo, chancleteo and most commonly referred by those who make it house tribal (tribalero).
Aleteo itself is a Colombian hybrid that blends elements of house, guarachero, venezuelan tuki, bass tribal, a dutch house.
And depending which country makes it, their variations root deeper into the urban landscapes. Mexican approach is very minimal, having most of the emphasis in the percussion and drums ( which is commonly seen on jungle terror or borneo bass) Colombian goes for catchy basslines and catchy beats, the venezuelan take still goes for the raptor house signature line, while keeping it much more minimal, less saturated than the early days.
OUH is our first aleteo track from 2018, coming from Medellin’s own David Munera, one of the most promising names in the scene, who is close following the likes of Chris Salgado, Dany F, Elee Bermudez, Syrk, Tamalero, Javier Estrada and many more.
Ouh is a great example of the genre that most likely will start crossfading the ever expansible EDM scenes.
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If you want to know a little more about our opinion about Aleteo (Zapateo) here it is our Latino Resiste own take:
House has always been big in the underground, but for many reasons it was associated with a less glamorous life style than Europe, creating a huge gap between the posh’s house ( like Guetta,Swedish house Mafia, Maxwell, so on) AND what these aleteo djs’ spin.. Chris Salgado, Trivans, Mega and many more.
Tribal has always been under in Mexico, and only reached viral level thanks to the masterful handle Toy Selectah did to 3ballmty; although the genre only ended up splitting into that very well produced sound, and the one that will keep the genre fresh and urban. Championed in two different fronts, Salgado, MAIWEN one, and Dj Tamalero one tribal never faded.
It didn’t take much for djs to blend both, and give birth to their take of guaracheo, zapateo.
On the other hand, Colombia has seen an gargantuan influx of Venezuelan migrants in the last 4 years due to their political/economical situation.
Having said that, many of the people who have left, will join the forces of the ones who were already in the bottom line of the pyramid.
Growing and/or living now in the city’s slums creates subcultures like in Venezuela when Changa Tuki appeared. So, it wasn’t too complicated that people who still listen to house, and more important, still produce, spin and dance to it, will add their raptor house to the existing Colombian approach. All this became not just a musical genre, it is a life style where upbeat, bouncy dance music championed by tight-dressed DJs and dancers.
Both a response to and a reflection of the volatile circumstances that surrounds it, Alateo/Zapateo is often associated with low profile parties, cheap bars, and minimal attention to the dj equipment. ultimately a way to show off the talent coming out of the barrios, an escape from poverty, and a form of catharsis.
Musically, it can be traced; but, of course, there is always someone who made something similar way before, so unless there is definite proof, it is better to leave that the style was just an inevitable product of the stuff many people were making like Jairo Mendez (VNZ)started in 2010, combined with DJ Tetris (MX), Tamalero (MX/USA), Javier Estrada with prehispanic guarachero and the tribal house DANY F made on his EP LA Nave (2011).
There are many genres from the American continent that barely make it outside their niche, whether it be Mode up, Aleteo, Zapateo, Guarachero, Bass Andino, among many others; These sounds, somehow, do reach the ears of some eclectic, curious and vital producers & listeners from Europe and North America; who, in many cases redefine or give a new (out of the ghetto feeling perspective) to the genres.
Latino Resiste gets proud to unveil AYAHUASCA, a guarachero turned Borneo track with heavy references of aleteo, trap, and dancehall from our chicano homeboy RAND!ZZLE.
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Knocking loud from Tehuacan (Mexico) the craziest Lazerbass’ underdog.
KILLDP is back to Latino Resiste with a new savage track called CANDELA.
This is pure flames. KillDP has created his signature sound with his lazeresque basslines whose blending with dembow creates this hypnotic yet frantic display of bass that becomes irresistible not to whine on any dancefloor.
Candela also joins the latest adventure in the expanding Moombahton movement with the SLOWDOWN break… and let me tell ya.. THAT DROP IS INSANE!
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