Striking Hard from La Paz (Bolivia) RedKen Panda has been killing the Andean Bass game alongside fellow “Oi Mas Bass collective”.
RedKen Panda is the main project from young producer Victor Suarez, who has been pushing his take on the Andean Bass to the same level Bacondo or Dengue Dengue Dengue have reached. in facct, it would be meaningless, not to mention faintly ridiculous, to start talking about “sophisticated” or “experimental” Andean Bass, in part because the music is so rigorously party-focused which is also a big art of its appeal for younger generations. But there’s also a stylistic restlessness that makes QUIERE MAMBO a more surprising listen than you might expect. Crucially, this gorgeously Andean Bass sounds impressed with its own unexpectedness: In the middle of moombahton’s no-nonsense party vibes, pretty much anything is up for grabs.
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Bacondo became the first Andean Bass project to officially reach mainstream radio, however their approach to the Andean music got the attention since the release of their debut album.
So, it was no surprise to see a lot of amazing producers re-thinking how the Underground Andean bass music should sound.
When we released the remix contest we got over 200 submissions, so it was a long but totally worth process.
The result is a majestic new EP with a whole remix album from Bacondo, all together in the same package.
Few of the highlights:
Jungle Terror and Borneo Bass goddess Jet Airess
More Andean focused
Bacondo, is the most recent addition to Latino Resiste. This duo brings the best of two worlds: ANDEAN ETHNIC sounds and Urban Global Bass to form this impressive ANDEAN BASS.
In the ephonym-Debut EP, Bacondo give us a trip in the dancehall-moombahton and big room while also keeping a close connection to their Andean sounds.
These brothers (J-1 & Man-K) did not want to sample, and instead relied on playing the stuff by themselves, and also gather a great amount of heavy ammo to collab.
Including Chong X, Loki da Trixta, Fucha Kid, Clinton Sly and DJ JB to create a Dancehall-bass cohesive vibe as well as an Andean-latino experience.
Think Major Lazer meets Los Jaivas.
This EP has the early support of Munchi, and more wicked supporters.
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They also have this amazing cover from los Jaivas!!
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