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).

Caballo & The Mothafu Kings – Malando # Tuki Bass

Following the path opened by Yirbin, Pocz & Pacheko in terms of Tuki,which has been one the most ghetto genres in South America, normally banned by media and “posh” people, it grew basically out of sight from the conventional media.

Tuki, in case you haven’t heard about it, it’s a variation of “Changa” which basically is a venezuelan slang word from the 90s that means “House music”.The people that danced to this music and partied to it were called “waperos” (pronounced “wape-ross”). The word came from “PUMP UP THE JAM” (people would understand the lyrics as “pump wapejam, wape-ross, wape-ross, wap wape…”). So the Wapero fashion was huge.

Then this sound developed into something called Raptor house, and then it became really ghetto, giving birth to TUKI, Tuki is a blend between Changa, Raptor house, Hard Fusion…

But then, Pocz, Pacheko, Jairo Mendez, Mr Ioso, and few more took it to the next level: THE BASS LEVEL!!

Tuki Bass gets this elements and blends it with Bubbling and new elements such as dubstep, moombahton, breakbeat, digital cumbia without losing its raptor house explosion, and mixed with many venezuelan pop culture elements that they grew up with, Crazy style, and do not forget about the real shine!!! all the dancers are just amazing !!

Buraka Som Sistema fell in love with tuki and they teamed with some of the producers to push it further.
This is the preview of a documentary about tuki

Malandro is a WHOLE ALBUM set for FREE.

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Also this Damian-Skrillex Tuki version is included in the free album! so make sure you download the album!

It features Jairo Mendez, Carnnibal and Caballo! DOWNLOAD IT HERE

Not everyone is happy to see the raise of the changa-tuki as a cultural movement. Most people see tuki as a social phenomenom that shouldn’t be exposed to American/European audiences.

Mainly because poor and violent neighborhoods were the first cradle of the movement. And the dancers really stood out!

TropicHell

Many of us like Aggresive tendencies, and also bass, cumbia, baile funk and more “latin” flavored rhythms!!
TropicHELL is a 6 tracks EP made by some of the craziest producers from Mexico, Venezuela, Chile, Brazil and Colombia
who got Sepultura, Slayer, Obituary and Satyricon for a twisted ride into the tropicHELL!

also there’s a BONUS TRACK from Jairo Mendez!!

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and Jairo Mendez Bonus Track

Brazilian super band Sepultura got 3 edits!!
A bass one by Pedro Infame from Venezuela , one cumbia by Colombia’s Caballo and one brazilian funk made by alsobrazilian mashup master Brutal Redneck.

Slayer ( which has a Chilean singer and a Cuban drummer!!) got a sick treatment by also Chilean LATA.

Obituary and Satyricon got a rave and 3ball/tribal edits respectively made by Monterrey’s Ezekiel!!

soooo… no more blablabla..

MADE FOR THE REBEL RECORDS AKA LATINO RESISTE

The Rebel Records Present tropicHELL
Metal meets Latin Flavor!!!
Tracklist:
Sepultura- Roots Bloody Roots (Pedro Infame rmx)

Slayer- Al sur del Cielo (lata rmx)

Sepultura- Biotech is Cumbzilla ( Caballo rmx)

Satyricon- Dark tribal times ( Ezekiel Rmx)

PLUS TWO EDITS and Jairo Mendez Bonus that are MUST HEAR!!!
Slayer Sinistro- Brutal Redneck
Obituary- Suffocation ( Ezekiel raveMashmix)
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and Jairo Mendez Bonus Track