DRUMSTEP IS COMING

WHAT IS DRUMSTEP? URBAN DICTIONARY:A sub genre of drum and bass where the beat structure is "half time" but the remaining elements still adhere to the usual tempo and melody pattern style"Just left the studio session with excision downlink and evol intent!! Started on some heavyyyy drumstep Read more [...]

BANDISH PROJEKT : THE ART OF THE INDIAN MASH UP

Mayur from Bandish Projekt was in the UK a few weeks ago and as always it's fun spending time with this dude cause his thinking and ideas are always freshhh and off the radar..lol..After he gave me a masterclass on how to execute a perfect Indian mash up, he gave me one of the best Indian Dubstep Read more [...]

cumbiamuffin and latin Bangers

Although it is hard to people to remember what we post, it's been a while since i (caballo) did a cumbia post; I took my time listening to most of the new stuff out there, GREAT THINGS!! but my favorite one is still being one of the most underground forms of them: CUMBIA MUFFIN!! The name is taken from Read more [...]

ETHNO DUBSTEP!!! ETHNO DANCEHALL! ETHNO BANGERS!

ETHNO DUBSTEP SOUNDS FROM ALL OVER THE EARTH!! to start: After starting the Ngoma collective and series of Global Bass parties in Berlin, Zhao ( ethno-musicologist and booty shaker), brings unique perspectives and vision to every tune, and TODAY HE'S DROPPIN INDONESIAN DUBSTEP, GWANA DANCEHALL, ETHNO-TRONIC!! so Read more [...]

Vallenatos GOGO! Very Be Careful!

No thats not a bad spelling thang in the title of this post. It's the name of one of the nicest Vallenato bands in the US right now. VERY BE CAREFUL! - Very Be Careful is a homegrown L.A. band that plays Colombian vallenato music, a traditional cumbia sound that centers around the accordion, backed Read more [...]

BRILLIANT BLK JKS

Something a little different from down South this week: a rock group from Johannesburg - albeit one who aren’t afraid of electronic producers re-grooving their guitar-laden Afro-funk.BLK JKS’ (pronounced 'Black Jacks') debut South African EP ‘Mystery’ caught the interest of Diplo when he Read more [...]

MOOMBAHTON!!

WHAT IS THE LATIN ASS BANGER RESPONSE TO THE MASSIVE DUBSTEP SO DJ's CAN HAVE IT ON THEIR SETS? MOMMBAHTON Dave Nada invented Moombahton (pronounced Moom-buh-tone) at his little cousin's house party when he slowed an Afrojack remix down to 108 beats per minute. Since then, he's been making reggaeton-tempo Read more [...]