Even though it began like in 2012 jungle terror as a genre conceived by WiWek. It’s a genre we (Latinos) rarely release, but we must admit that back in time, it was a miracle, being such a particular and unusual kind of EDM.
In 2016 we released Money Drop from Junior Ponce aka PNCVZ, a super prolific Venezuelan producer who would make himself a name in the electro-house/jungle terror community later on.
Like many others he moved into newer territories, and now for our 10th year anniversary, PNCVZ has decided to go back to the jungle with this flames.
Coming to the instrumental, the opulent amount of offbeat and experimental groove enhances the rhythm without losing energy. Taking hints from the Dutch and Dark House music style, PNCVZ loves swirling elements which together form a dynamic backdrop. Furthermore, synths licks get added in the equation for even more catchiness, working along the other components harmoniously. The breakdown sweeps in with predator-like heaviness, which fits aptly with the groove.
Can’t skip the fact swanky male vocal joins the league, embedding liveliness to the pattern. Without further delay, the drop takes over with snazzy-ness.
Latino Resiste has always been very keen to support lesser known producers with a high octane of talent, wishing them to actually soar to the levels in which their creativity can actually highlight the reason we have added them to our always-expansive catalog: “TO EXPAND UNDERGROUND LATIN MUSIC DIASPORA” With that in mind, we have been super excited to add Venezuelan super young producer JazzBeats second track under the label, which is called DALE (Riddim) and let me tell you, THIS SONG IS ABSOLUTE FIRE!!! Easily one of the riddims that will keep making a huge impact in 2019!!!!
Every now and then latino resiste cannot resist to jump in the magnificent wagon of what is killing it on the streets.
Anuel’s game has been getting stronger as days go by, which of course didn’t go unnoticed by our latest aaddition to the label’s rooster, Venezuelan producer TALAL MEZHER which gives a whole new dancehallthon vibe to quiere beber.
This track is pure dancefloor flames.
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Straight up Moombahton from VENEZUELA.
Introducing APXX & WLAID to the Latino Resiste family.
These guys have been killing it over the Moombahton Central site as well the usual Moombah/Dembow related content… and there is a good reason for it.
De Espaldita keeps the Munchi/Nada/Sabbo early vibe.. straight up fire for gyals to whine up!!
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Murga de Panama has been a latin anthem for decades. Fania lovers will definitely enjoy our latest Mal Dicen banger called DE BARRIO. A joint collab between these Dominican & Venezuelan producers Vinny & Juxes that grabs the magnificent horn harmony from Willy Colon and reinvents it on a very old-school moombahton which could reminds us of early Happy Colors’ El Diablo meets Major Lazer’s Bumaye. Enjoy this banger track for #zeropesos
Underground sounds from the actual warehouse parties. Wanna hear that?, well.. Sending a full knock out from Maracaibo(Venezuela) where Zapateo, Changa, Tribaleo and Bass rule on Alpire’s newest remix
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Debut EP from MEDINA!
This producer from Venezuela is part of a whole new generation from dembowistas who have been killing the game lately with those glitchy synths and high octane basslines while maintaining the dembow cohesive flirty vibe.
The EP consists of 5 equally massive tracks, starting with DEM; a great start of things to come in terms of making it clear that moombahton has a total new sonic approach.
Next in line is Venezolana.. a cumbiathon that becomes the actual single and not only a reference to the EP title but this particular sound.
Third track is a wicked collaboration between Chilean producer Lillo and Medina named ETO E REGGEATON that goes deeper into the synth game these guys are achieving.
Fourth tune called HAURZ goes again to MEDINA!’s signature sound so you get a full idea of what his approach is.
Last track is a complete knock out, the one and only TEGO CALDERON revisited by Medina and JavierjoeK
Mexican producer Kill Dp (pronounced Kill Dip) joins Venezuelan moombahtonista GRANT’SX on YAKEANDO.
A hypnotic track that doesn’t really force you to dance; instead, it gradually pulls you in starting with the usual dembow drum beats to the point the first drop smashes you with these filthy synthesizers that billow above thick bass drums that become a jersey club meets dembow grimy business.
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
A joint effort from Venezuela and Mexico; Contacto is the latest addition to the MalDicen sound crossfading borders as Alpire and Killdp kill the dembow game with a grimy bass drop on a massive moombahton base which gets a super slowdown break that will cast a spell on any dancefloor.
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