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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.

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Therapy For Pain- Hostile

HOSTILE

There has been a gap between what the public defines as avant-garde music and what actually has been published by the bands.
Without any doubt the last 4 years there has been a huge increase of high quality metal albums from all over the globe, and obviously thanks to the digital era, Latin Bands are also releasing more albums than ever, that being said, most of the bands grab a familiar approach, that leaves room for other projects to explore what it should be defined as “metal latino”.
Therapy for Pain returns after a 5 year hiatus with a new Album called Hostile.
This time the project leaded by caballo approaches Grindcore, Death Metal and Hardcore and blends it with elements of grime, Breakcore and Industrial.

Download the album for FREE or pay what you can option

The album covers a specific pattern of how we all are active and passive players in the doom of our own society by engaging in inaction will promoting the opposite in the virtual/social media world.
Like Hipocresia

Borrego al Matadero reveals how many of us refuse to be a sheep of the system, to simply die everyday on the slaughterhouse in the pursue of paying bills while balancing a ‘happy and successful life’

All lyrics are in Spanish except Shove it which is a tribute to Deftones, with a twist, as you might understand in the lyrics, never ever satisfied, all the things are glorified, all I do is to collect, all I do is to pretend…

Credits: ART by Sebastian Martinez, head-moncho of CUANTIKA STUDIOS
The Vocals were recorded at Ed Ardilla Studios by Gux Swadharma
Lyrics and arrangements by Caballo
Most of Music was made by Hostile

If you like any of these genres: metal, death metal, grime, metal latino, metaLatino, grind, hardcore, Black Metal, then!!!!! this is for you!!!

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CABALLO- LOUD AF

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Caballo is back with his 14th album called LOUD AF.
This time the Colombo-Canadian producer gets back to his bass signature sound, the album features a diversity of genres as well wicked collaborations.
DOWNLOAD THE ALBUM for FREE OR PAY WHAT YOU WANT

BUT.. let’s go to the highlights!! The album opens with Swedish bangeristas AS WE SPOKE on an impressive Dancehall-Bass track called UNU AKS WE

BASS sounds for your mind. Like track number 3: Bounce it Gyal

There are some collaborations that are a MUST GRAB, like the ones with legendary MC ZULU, UK’s grime underground king Hostile, Moscow’s badboy Chuck Upbeat, Miami’s prodigy producer Dav!dx, as well as a rendition to Celso Pina and Erick Jaimez on Cumbia Vengadora.
Caballo doesn’t forget his root as Digital Cumbia Pioneer.


LOUD AF is a multi-genre release, that tries to keep the political relevance for tumultuous times like this one, while creating a very original sound without trying to copy anyone else.

Caballo goes back to his mc duties on cumbia vengadora, and sol negro.

LOUD AF is available on every digital platform as well as the Latino Resiste bandcamp.
If you like these genres: World, world fusion, Ragga, latin breaks, bass, latin bass, urban, electronic.
Then LOUD AF is just for you.