DJ CHERNOBYL- Quebra Tudo

Following the current state of affairs in Colombia and Brazil, iconic Baile-funk originator, DJ CHERNOBYL and LATINO RESISTE team up to unveil a feral expansion in the baile funk universe.

We believed for the past year that being in a pandemic was not a good time to drop music that intends to please mostly party/festive/dj fueled scenes. However, the current situation in Brazil and Colombia with a right-wing police state calls for LR to join the fight with the best tool we have..

CHANGING THE SYSTEM.

that’s why we unveil this new sound:

QUEBRA TUDO.


An explosive crude and revolutionary approach to how the favela meets club minded people in order to add this to any heavy bass underground party.

YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT for FREE or PAY WHAT YOU CAN OPTION.

The first track is called HARI HARI, which is a straight up banger using Neo-Baile funk tactics with a fast paced 150 tempo that calls for heavy charging

Track number two HORNZAUM uses the very common favela bass HORNS with this epic riddim that builds up to an even better polyrhythm base that makes it impossible not to jump or headbang.

On third base, we go even darker, completely mental

AS MINA ASSIM.. imagine a pure BERLIN TECHNO inside a Rio de Janeiro favela warehouse.

Last but not least, DJ CHERNOBYL, add his massive support to the resilience with COLOMBIA.

Bass techno blended with neo-favela

The Selvaticos- Futile Future

In 2013, a collaboration between their love for old school jungle music and Drum & Bass got together producers Chong X and Caballo to release JAH JAH RULES .

Then Caballo moved forward with the project alone to drop a second installment called Mayo’ Naizer in 2016 which went more Jungle-Bass, Reggaeton-Jungle and Grime.

Now in 2020 a 3rd chapter called FUTILE FUTURE and it gets to finally see the basslight after a long process of finding right balance, fans of old school jungle as well as those who like Futuristic Drum & Bass can be either pining for songs with typical Shy Fx flavour or for a whole new Ill gates type of sound.

In an attempt to appease both crowds, Futile Future lands somewhere in the between with safe, familiar sounds but also keeps a loose wire in terms of exploration. In fact, the quality of the collaborations/sample/edits makes the vocal talent able to lit the album and keep the old-school vibe even though some of the tracks, like Solid Defense, are a completely futuristic dub & bass . Futile Future is simply put one of the most concrete Jungle albums made by a adopted Latins, especially considering the reputation that these genre have gone through in the past few years in the EDM community.

Download it for Zero Pesos (or pay what you can option)

Also here it is a YT mixtape for the release

The Hidden Raves of Champetesburg

For decades confined to Colombia’s poor coastal regions and condemned by conservative politicians as violent and corrupting, the African-Latin fusion sound of champeta is finally cracking into the mainstream.

Obviously the fact half of the planet saw it at the Superbowl when Shakira danced to it and made a whole challenge that gave a completely new audience that otherwise would have never knew about this hidden genre in the Afro-Colombian community.

There are several theories about the origin of the word champeta, but it likely stems from the champeta knife used by workers in Cartagena’s Bazurto market. In the ‘70s, these workers would meet regularly to listen to African music on picós, but over the decades the word has been

deliberately sullied by conservatives seeking to attach connotations of violence to the music. This kind of prejudice against the country’s black population has stifled the genre’s growth over the years, with Colombian politicians even attempting to enforce a national ban on champeta, accusing the music of encouraging violence and teenage pregnancy.

In fact, our brother Lucas Silva, who did 2 compilations with us and owns perhaps the most significant Afro-Colombian label: PALENQUE RECORDS says about champeta’s significant raise to become Shakira’s superbowl halftime most talked dance: “It was a very tough fight. There is a lot of racism in this county and champeta was too new – people didn’t understand it, it was a shock, like with any revolution. I remember coming back to Bogota in the mid ‘90s and everybody hated champeta. They all said it was ‘stupid’ music and too sexual. But the lyrics were just covering normal things about life. Bogota was a very white city in the ‘90s – everyone was listening to rock music at the time. Rock music was for rich people and cumbia and champeta were for the poor people.”

Latino Resiste unveils THE HIDDEN RAVES OF CHAMPETESBURG which is a continuing part of the electro-champeta movement we began a decade ago, this time expanding Champeta’s DNA towards newer subgenres which could include Aleteo, House, bits of moombahton, and acoustic champeta..

Each track takes one of the elements most relevants of the genre. Whether the heavily Abelardo Carbono’s influenced guitars, or the Roland Dogs, or the percussive patter or simply its lyrical content, champeta is always expanding, it can’t be contained or defined by just few parameters, and our responsibility in Latino Resiste is to expand our Latin Music diaspora.

Enjoy THE HIDDEN RAVES OF CHAMPETESBURG for #ZEROPESOS

MIXWELL- AfroPoder

Montreal-based MIXWELL is an artist some of the people into the afro-bass music might be familiar, and for those who do not know him, we assure a 100% that we all can bond over.

He’s been awing us since we he released a magnificent album under our brothers from CASSETTE BLOG. We have yet to meet a song of his that doesn’t make us want to bust a move. Half Canadian and half Guatemalan, Mixwell is a musical anthropologist of sorts, frequently sonic traveling back through the afro music to find old artists and songs he then mixes with heavy, contagious beats.

Think of him as playing your grandma’s music, but at a volume and with a bass that would have your grandma yelling at you to turn that ruckus off.

We are super honored to present to you AFROPODER

a 3 piece EP with ALL THE AFROPOWER we can get… inclusing the amazing art done by AFROMESTIZA!!

Grab the whole EP for #zeropesos at Bandcamp

OR MIXWELL’s VERY OWN SC

KING DOUDOU X CABALLO – PERREO CRIMINAL

For many years French producer Hugo Douster has been a key figure in the European Tropical scene under his DOUSTER moniker; however once he switched to darker beats with a huge African/Caribbean vibe on his KING DOUDOU project he really took it to the next level to the point of being one of the guys behind the music on J BALVIN’s megahit NEGRO.

He dropped this amazing Perreo Android Riddim back in the days, which triggered the inner beast on Canadian producer Caballo to take it to the Criminal level, which is exactly a combination of both.

PERREO CRIMINAL is available for ZERO PESOS at bandcamp or SC

PNCVZ- Mueven

Electronic producers’ mad dash to work with latin rhythms; After the hybrid blending of reggaeton and Dutch house and the massive appeal that dembow has right now, we have guys like Junior Ponce, a Venezuelan living in Buenos Aires dropping some mad latin bass called MUEVEN which relies on the wiggly instrumental hook that is often popular in moombahton.

Track is simply a bomb to be enjoyed for personal abuse or at any dj set!!

SANVTTO- PEGA AHI

Latino Resiste is super proud to unveil the Debut Album directly from one of the most hyped new producers of Sao Paulo’s Bass and yes, one of the lead heads of the new Favela Bass sound.

If you have been following the new approach of Brazilian bass funk, you may have seen (obviously) Tropkillaz’s raise to the top, and if you actually hear what they play, there are some hidden names that they are so into supporting right now.

KLAP and SANVTTO are 2 of these name, and in fact, this is the debut EP from the former with an actual track with BOTH of them.

On Pega Ahi, Maxwell Santos aka SANVTTO releases some of his most well received EDITS and Remixes which gather tens of thousands of plays on SC, Spotify and the usual digital music things, and have been featured on many Diplo & Friends, BBC, Tropkillaz and many more sets.

THE WHOLE ALBUM IS AMAZING

JavierJoeK- Salvaje

Costa Rica hasn’t always been on the tip of one’s tongue when talking about great bass/reggaeton scenes.

However, if you are always keeping an eye on the usual moombahton/dembow/reggaeton oriented soundcloud labels, you will find our Tico homeboy JavierJoeK making strong statements about Costa Rica’s own take on the genre.

Costa Rica’s own take on the genre.
We are very please to unveil his most recent EP named Salvaje which is nothing else but a truly great effort to focus Javier’s energy toward original tracks rather than doing what he does best, which is amazing remixes.


On Salvaje we find a more creative Javier, willing to play with basslines and having straight up fun to set any dancefloor on fire regardless the genre you are playing.
These 3 songs can fit ANY set.. dembow, reggaeton, moombahton, dancehall, bass, you name it, this is a savage release for #zeropesos

Chong X- Grimey Bizzniss

Grime wasn’t exactly supposed to be the sort of genre that bred elder statesmen.

Bass music wasn’t either.

However, like many things coming from the underground scene; both ended up being major players in the mainstream arena.

It was a burst of thrilling anarchy, all these unruly teenagers fuming giddily over homemade PlayStation beats that sounded like malfunctioning spaceships. Grime artists didn’t play shows; they played raves. Young artists were old souls, and a guy like Dizzee Rascal was already radiating bitter paranoia at 16. Wiley, the man who probably deserves the lion’s share of the credit for inventing and developing the sound in the first place, spent his early years beefing with ex-proteges and loudly insisting on his own importance; he’s still doing both now.

It was the UK secret weapon on the streets. This seemed like one of those sudden bursts of collective inspiration that burns hot and fast and then disappears. For a while, that’s what happened, and old grime stars started making crossover dance-pop hits. Grime still exists, but on its pure form doesn’t bring the same sense of excitement that it had in 2003 or, for that matter, 2015. The fractious scene has spun off into a bunch of still-chaotic but smaller scenes, giving birth to UK drill and road rap.

That is why we are beyond excited to drop the first ever Latino Resiste full grime EP by our homeboy CHONG X .

Chong X come back EP is setting an amazing take for the genre, because it totally blends the bass spirit, while maintaining the grimey essence.

The album is set for FREE DOWNLOAD as part of our 10th year celebration.

KHAER- BOOTY OUT

Many hype youtube channels and soundcloud people are getting massive views thanks to amazing remixes of the latest latin hits.. Prodigy producer KHAER has been ghost producing insanely, and also on his soundcloud there has been lots of great remixes that are been liked, and getting massive support.
However, Latino Resiste asked the Venezuelan hit-maker for an original track and the result is BOOTY OUT.
Mo’Fyah pon dem gyal booty!!!
This track lights up the dancefloor.
free download

check more of his stuff from SC