This Mutha’ is dropping tomorrow and we’re very, very lucky to be STREAMING in advance a track by the one & only Mr Bashin’ himself – JWLS!!!!


This is gonna be EPIC!!!!!



May 1, 2012 (Torrance, CA) Today, Scion A/V is releasing a five-track compilation by purveyors of the one of the most intriguing dance genres at the moment: moombahton. The compilation EP, Moombahton Massive features producers such as JWLS, Steve Starks, Sabo and Dave Nada (the originator of the genre) working with his partner, Matt Nordstrom under the Nadastrom moniker. This special compilation release will be available for exclusive download starting tomorrow at

“Scion A/V strives to remain forward-thinking when it comes to the currents in dance music,” says Jeri Yoshizu, manager of sales promotions for Scion. “With the Moombahton Massive compilation EP, we were attracted to the producers and tracks who made it just that.”

With the original genre’s innovator Dave Nada at the helm of this release, the EP is sure to provide soca grooves and burgeoning build-ups wherever it will be played.


  1. Steve Starks – Fr33ky in the club
  2. Sabo feat. Melo & Speakher – Drop That Sh*t
  3. JWLS – Ezekiel
  4. Nadastrom – Outside the Gate
  5. Sabo feat. Nadastrom & Nidia Gongora – Timbiqui Hasta DC

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About Scion A/V:

Scion A/V is a creative enterprise of Scion devoted to the discovery, nurture, funding and distribution of compelling music and arts programming.  Scion A/V has created and championed projects for over 100 underground musical artists, supported tours and special events, created film documentaries, curated art installations, and produces a collection of ‘zines.  Additionally, Scion A/V executes the annual Scion Music(less) Music Conference and operates 17 broadband radio stations via Scion Streaming Radio. For more information, visit

About Scion:

Scion, from Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., was developed with a new generation of youthful buyers in mind. Scion’s mission is to provide distinctive products, the opportunity to personalize, and an innovative, consumer-driven process at the retail level. The brand features four groundbreaking models with a wide array of standard features: the xD urban subcompact five-door, the iconic xB urban utility vehicle, the tC sports coupe and the all-new premium micro-subcompact iQ. Scion’s fifth model, the FR-S, is a rear-wheel drive sports car that will be on sale this June. The Scion brand often applies new practices in all aspects of its business and pushes the creativity envelope with non-traditional advertising and marketing to engage young consumers. Scion also supports originality through its programs in the artistic community. For more information, visit


Mastah Syphe – “BullRider”

Saif Bari is the dude behind this great new experimental Electronic EP and he sent me some info about it via Sound Colour Vibration and here’s what they say:

San Diego’s Liquid Geometry collective has officially launched the new imprint of theirs with the release of a digital ep by Mastah Syphe called BullRider. Heavily steeped in the modern electronic sound that you can find spread across labels such as Alpha Pup, Tru Thoughts, Ubiquity, Warp, Ninja Tune, Brainfeeder and manys, Mastah Syphe’s production style is part dreamy and part neck breaking grooves that retain a sense of diversity that separates it from any artist on the labels mentioned. It’s a synthetic yet very exploratory sound and something I can’t get enough of.

BullRider comprises four original works from Mastah Syphe along with four accompanying remixes from different producers who are all expanding their awareness rapidly in their respective worlds. Starting with the albums title track, the beats come at you with full energy and an exotic styling of synth and percussion makes this a really different sound. Intricate synthesizer runs dash back and forth around pure 808 bass tones and minimal and broken sample cuts. If you have heard the new Virtual Boy record on Alpha Pup, you can expect that same type of heavyily intricate synthesizer work on BullRider. Every track from Mastah Syphe on the BullRider ep has that experimental electronic sound that pushes forward in motion and doesn’t drift into pointlessness, something perfect for the dance floor or with headphones.

The remix half of the album feels just as focused, energetic and synthetically magnificent in tone. Liquid Geometry’s very own Sleeve turns out my favorite remix of the record on the track ‘Cheese Cake’. Pulling the track towards dubstep rhythmically and something outer-worldly tonally, there is a translucence in the samples, synth and other sounds you can hear rising out of the frenetic nature of the percussive end. Every song and remix emits it’s own unique identity, something that made me love the record a lot. This is the first of many name your own price releases from the Liquid Geometry crew and is one we feel that is a perfect start for the collective.

Mastah Syphe
Liquid Geometry

  1. BullRider
  2. Cheese Cake
  3. Cray Cray
  4. Helicopter Krunk
  5. BullRider (Bleep Bloop Remix)
  6. Cheese Cake (Sleeve↓ Remix)
  7. Cray Cray (Subp Yao Remix)
  8. Helicopter Krunk (Elusive Remix)

Composed, Mixed, and Mastered by Saif Bari (Mastah Syphe) Remixes by Subp Yao (Saturate! Records), Bleep Bloop (710 Records), Sleeve (Liquid Geometry), and Elusive (artsandcraftLA)

EP Art by Mike Talamantez


YESSSSSSSS, sometimes we get some special stuff handed to us on a silver platter. Like this double hitter by BOSTON’s DJ B-TIPS! Today you’ll get an interview and one hell of an awesome mix, and then tomorrow he’ll ALSO give you the edits he made for that mix as a free download. Get your moombah on guys!

In his own words: The idea was that I’m releasing a mix which I made over 30 edits for and would also like to release that also as a pack (probably around 150 MB, might trim some depending on what the person publishing thinks). They are mostly moombahton, but also electro, slow electro, and the like….

Well thanks mate! here’s part one, the interview (some of these questions are nicked of course from my homie UMB’s MOOMBAHTONISTA SERIES and the mixxxxxx!

What was the first Moombah track you heard and how did it make you feel?

It was the Dave Nada Riverside remix. It made me pretty uncomfortable at first, the song, the genre, and the idea. It reminds me of how hard it was for me to relate to “Champagne Supernova” the first time I heard it on the radio in Michigan. New forms have always met with contention locally as well as globally. Resisting change is as human as wearing clothes or answering interview questions. There was a lot of shit going around but some of the tunes were funky and honestly I just kept getting sent music that had that word “Moombahton” in the title. Eventually I realized the enormity of my discovery and started to make some tunes of my own.

What was the first Moombah track you made & when did you make it?

I quit my job in May of 2011 to make music fulltime with a wünderkind producer from Miami named Longarms as “Tranquilizerz”. We made an EP called Jaguar Milk that had a couple of moombahton tracks but the first one we released was called “Boombahclap.” I wouldn’t say it was a game changer, but there was something magical about being involved from the near beginning, of which we were acutely cognizant. Longarms and I still work together, but independently. He makes super deep and funky electro in NYC. The first song on the mix is an exclusive from him and will be featured on his E.P. called Laundry coming out this summer.

How is the Moombahton scene in Boston?

Electronic music in Boston is crazy! There’s a band called Wobblesauce that I featured on the mix with a great Wednesday night, and E-Marce (Throwed) has done some huge things for the scene on Tuesdays. The big thing about moving to Boston from Pittsburgh is that there are always great shows here in The Hub on weekends. It’s really hard to throw a Friday weekly and compete with Dillon Francis one week and Big Freedia the next. Still I think moombahton might be bigger in Pittsburgh. Cucitroa does Get Weird there, which absolutely kills, and RSK is known for dubstep production, but also has a Tuesday (in the Burgh) that tends to feature global and forward-thinking bass music.

What is your favorite track right now?

Just looking at the “Ike, Robot” tracklist (exclusive for Generation Bass) you can tell hip-hop and house are always going to be a part of the conversation. I believe moombahton can be the bridge (not just BPM wise) connecting these two often-disparate worlds. Going back to the first question, artistic expression is painful, and aesthetic appreciation is arduous. As a dj I challenge myself to stop thinking in terms of genre or BPM and start thinking about moods, harmonies, and sounds. I guess IDGAFOS. That song doesn’t get old because it’s instrumental and yet it has a strong voice because of Dillon’s unique sounds and rhythms.

Who are your all-time favorite producers?

I love how the drum and bass producers are coming over to electro now. I included the Knife Fight and Feed Me tracks acutely aware of this shift. Producers changing genres to follow what’s popular but keeping their distinct sound seems like a very natural and healthy thing to me. Is there really anybody out there doing ONLY moombahton? It would be like talking about hip-hop sampling without mentioning jazz. I’d say Dillon Francis, Munchi, Nada, A-Mac, Ayres, Diplo, and Audio 1. Also Bonics is a dude that has made some unreal moombahton remixes (Party on 5th ave remix, don’t call me baby remix) that are ALWAYS in my sets when I play out. There’s no substitute for a good ear, attention to detail, and patience.

How do you see the future for the Moombahton scene?

I wouldn’t invite you to dinner and serve you just cheese and crackers. Moombahton is like cheese and crackers and lots of wine. I might give you dubstep for your antipasto. Hip Hop and House are still the Steak and Lobster though!

Now check out the mix dude…:

+ the SUPERCOMPLETE tracklist!
Longarms Epiphany (Original Mix)
Mord Fustang Welcome To The Future (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Nero Guilt DallasK Remix (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Flosstradamus Flosstradamus – Hood Fantasy (B-Tips Milky Transition 128-70-128)
Zedd Stars Come Out – Datsik Rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Dani Deahl Ft. Oh Snap Diplo Hates You Vs. Diplo Express Yourself (B-Tips Blend)
Suits on Fire Suits on Fire – Ahora Es
Bro Safari Uncrushable Jay Fay Rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Top Billin Music Top Billin Music – Wanna Do What – A-Mac rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Sound of Stereo Diamond – Errorism Rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
H.A.L Siva (B-Tips Milky Edit)
The XX Crystalised – Keljet rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Marco V & Marcel Woods Vs DJ Skribble & Anthony Acid Scream at the Lights – B-Tips Milky Mash
Madeon Icarus – B-Tips Milky Keys n Crates Transition
Wobblesauce Gravitron – Space Jesus Remix (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Grammatik Talkbox Intended (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Feed Me Headshot (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Wallpaper Wallpaper – Stupidfacced – Mendez Rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Keith and SupaBeatz The Rebel Smoka (B-Tips MilkyMash)
Andy After Dark Our World (B-Tips PRIVATE Milky Edit)
TommyRock TommyRock – Cascade Babylon – Comic Strips Edit (B-Tips Milky Moombahton Flip)
Feral aka Kinky Tweet Retweet – Geek Boy rmx (B-Tips Milky Express Yourself Edit)
Rusko Rusko – Somebody To Love – Aylen rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Dillon Francis Dillon Francis – IDGAFOS (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Childish Gambino Heartbeat Oliver Rmx (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Lemi Vice and Knife Fight Moombrah (B-Tips Milky Edit)
Martin Solveig The Night Out A-Trak rmx Ft. Wiz Khalifa (B-Tips Milky Mash)

Dat Jukaton EP by Dice Beats – FREE

Quality Juke/Footwork/Moombahton EP…lots of Soul & Deep Bass. Definitely playing some of these in summer sets. Download the entire EP for FREE.

Soundcloud: DICE BEATS.

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Rom Dos is an experimental Electronic producer from LA who first came to my attention via Puzzle’s brilliant “Synaptic City” mixtape, which I posted here a few weeks back.

Not much is known about this dude apart from what I’ve said above but he’s created one of the most beautiful and original covers of the classic track “Running Up That Hill” by the ever beautiful Kate Bush.

This is a real gem!

Sorry downloads ran out but some of his other tracks are still available for free.

Sexxy Saturday Cumbia – I Don’t Know About Cricket But I Love Reggae

Sometimes in order to get my creative writing juices flowing I’ll consume substances. Most of the time these substances consist of caffeine and sugar products which I feel is best because although it’s not necessarily good for my health it’s good for my brain and I can shake off the affects in a short matter of time. The other substance one might find me consuming from time to time is a glass of wine normally with the limit of one additional refill. I try not to go that route because I wish not to fall victim to the reliance or possible superstition of alcohol consumption in order to write well. Many writers have fallen down this dark path and I wish not to be one of them. However a couple of glasses shouldn’t hurt much. This is the thought anyway, but what happens on occasion is when I am writing I don’t pay much attention to the amount I consume especially when I get into a rhythmic flow. This was the case last night. It was just supposed to be a limit of two glasses but before I knew it the bottle of wine was empty and I was, well, simply inebriated (a more realistic word would be trashed).

I can say my colorful prose that came from the inebriation turned out rather well but I’ve been paying the price all day today. Now as I sit down to write this post I do so with an air of professionalism as I’m dedicated and committed to posting one of these a week and have been doing so for forty-seven weeks straight now (or is it forty-eight? Doesn’t matter my point is the same). So I come to you dear readers as a hung over mess and with that said don’t let my physical state get in the way of my selection of cumbia this week. I like all prior weeks collected tracks since my last post, this being my system.

First I’ll start off with my friend Nopalero Phunq. I meant to post his new cumbia mix last week but it slipped my mind because it was in a folder on my other computer. I regretted not posting it but I made sure to post it this week. This is a seriously beautifully elegant mix of cumbia he compiled. If you listen closely you’ll even hear one of mine. Over all this mix is my kind of style. It’s ethereal, romantic and simply wonderful.

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Wow! is the first word that comes to mind when I listened to Aerofustan’s newest track. I’ll leave it at that, wow!

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Paris resident Rafael Aragon is back in cumbia mode. I’m very fortunate that he is because he brings such a unique sound to cumbia. He has a distinctive bass sound that is entirely his own.

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Keeping with the cumbia dub/reggae vibes here is a special cumbia from the land of the rising sun. Japanese cumbia DJ’s and producers are hot right now. Here is an example of such a production.

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More interesting vibes come from this cocaine warning mashup by [email protected] I’m not judging but I do suggest to keep to the green stuff.

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Onto some dope cumbia now I bring you a bit of Alto Guiso’s. I think the mix of flutes with cumbia digitalness make for a very interesting original sound. I’m going to share the set actually.

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Tu Guaina just released their first EP with Caballito. The sound of Tu Guaina is very digital with deep sub bass, really dope noise, dubstep elements, and cool dub vibes.

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This next one by Tu Guaina is simply awesome, definitely one of my favorite cumbias I’ve experienced lately.

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Totally changing direction now I go to Enrikismo Deejay’s new experiment he uploaded just the other day. Mixing together classic cumbia tracks with awesome modern beats and effects, this is a simply awesome little mix.

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Sadly much to my dislike Turbo Sonidero Futuristico stopped producing his tumbia of the week series but at least he keeps working on new stuff. Here is the unique flavor of his sounds with two remixes.

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With more of that dope hip hop classic cumbia sound DJ Neber delivers again with Matilda La Goloza.[soundcloud url=”″ iframe=”true” /]

Oh here’s a cool treat from Los Chicos Altos’ Maximillian Becker. While he was busy getting married recently in Lima, Peru he managed to meet up with some of our great cumbieros down there and rocked a set. Here is his live set recorded on that night. (A side note; I don’t like cricket, I don’t love it either, I just don’t know anything about it really. No offense to cricket players).

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I’m going to blast this mix by Max of Los Chicos Altos right now if you don’t mind. So I’m going to take off now.



Even I can’t resist Sir Tom Jones, he got Bass in his Balls and he put some Bass in mine too, made me a man!


Tom Jones follows the announcement of the May release of his eagerly awaited new album ‘Spirit In The Room’ with news of a new AA sided single ‘Hit Or Miss’/‘Bad As Me’ on 14th May through Island Records. Hit Or Miss will be available to download from I tunes on Saturday 28th April ahead of the May 14th Impact date.

The follow-up to the collection of songs that comprised the acclaimed ‘Praise & Blame’  album in 2010 sees producer/guitarist Ethan Johns, Tom and a small band of specialist players delving deep into the essence of popular song. The resultant ‘Spirit In The Room’ marks another landmark development in Tom’s recorded legacy as he continues to explore his artistic landscape.

The single, a version of Odetta’s ‘Hit Or Miss’, sees Tom bringing the song to life with an engaging  down-home country vibe whilst producer/guitarist  Ethan Johns, accompanied  by Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa on percussion, Richard Causon on piano and Sam Dixon on bass support with a delightful musical setting redolent of sunny summer festival days.

On the flip side is ‘Bad As Me’, a colourful Tom Waits composition that Sir Tom delivers with a  maniacal cackle that freely expresses the chaos within. Also accompanied by  Johns and Causon, this makes a double edged single that gives a glimpse into the depth and range of the forthcoming album.

Tom Jones has confirmed an exclusive live appearance early this summer with a show that will include songs from both ‘Praise & Blame’ and ‘Spirit In The Room’ at this year’s BluesFest London, held at the Hammersmith Apollo on luly 1st .

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‘Hit Or Miss’/’Bad As Me’ –  is released on 14th May  through Island Records

‘Spirit In The Room’  – is released on 21st May through Island Records

Ezekiel – Drop ur ass

Unbelievable new video and track by Ezekiel who might be better know here as partner of Dr Ruddz, remember?

We use to blog him all of the time man when he did some crazy things in the past like THIS!

He has just gone next level with this though!!!


The sixth in the Moombahtonista series and I think Frank Mendez will be absolutely delighted to be No.6!!!!

Previously we have had:

Jorge Melo




Doc Adam

Don’t fret, there’s loads more to come including some of the big names missing from this line-up thus far.

You should know the score by now:

-An Intro
-Brief Q & A with our Moombahtonista
-The almighty EXCLUSIVE!


You know when you get to know Mendez, he really shines as a person so passionate and genuine about his love for music. He is a really sensitive and kind dude once you get beyond his tough exterior.

Within the scene, for me, he has possibly done most for pushing “Moombahcore”, after Munchi.  With his El Cuco Recordings label, which he set up last year, he has done a marvellous job of pushing Moombahcore to more prominence with some of his releases from dudes like UFO, Bro Safari, Sluggo, Pickster & Melo & Le Doom:

Here’s some of his more recent “Official” label releases:

And he’s had so many more since, just check out his Soundcloud pages for an update on all his label’s free and official releases.

However, he’s not only great at spotting great new talent and releasing it on his label but he is also a mighty fine producer himself as some of these tracks will testify:

But he’s not just a Moombahcore head, Frank has a real understanding for music that emotionally touches you and I highly respect the fact that he doesn’t just go for the most obvious stuff either:

And here’s his most recent release:


So as you can hear, this is a mighty impressive catalogue of work and I for one feel that he doesn’t get as much credit or praise as he truly deserves for the contribution he has made and continues to make to this scene in such a short space of time.

He is not just one of the most passionate Moombahtonista’s but he is also one of it’s most unique musical personalities too.  Hence, further reason for shining the light on him as “THE MOOMBAHTONISTA”.


GB: What was the first Moombah track you “heard” and how did it make you feel?

FM: Man, I’m pretty sure it was some weird shit my friend Lex One was showing me. He asked me what I thought of “Moombahton”. I pretty much had no clue. But honestly Firepower Munchi Remix and Heartbreak’s King Kong sold me on the vibe, Pickster and Melo’s formerly known as Fat Booty tune took me to the next level.

GB: What was the first Moombah track you made & when did you make it and why?

FM: Funny thing about that, my first Moombahcore tune was the John B – Brostep Wagon Blues almost a year ago. Seeing that I came from the dnb/industrial world, I picked a friend’s track to “edit”. Good thing too with all the nonsense drama that moombah x dnb comp brought about. It was blogged immediately by one of your guest writers Walmer. The love and support plus some heart felt rambling from nibitto inspired me to continue. Next came Caderas with my label partner Sluggo which to our surprised was featured on Mad Decent’s round up the week we posted it. El Cuco Recordings was formed by like minded artists, the rest is making history….and I couldn’t be more grateful.

GB: How do you see the future for the Moombahton scene.

FM: Moombahton is still very fresh and new to the masses. It may feel like an overnight sensation but its mostly in our hearts at the moment. But hold tight , these rhythms are infectious and people can not help but be moved by them. Fans are growing worldwide , its way more accessable than most forms of modern electronic dance. Let’s face it, ladies love moombah, the rest shall acquire the taste soon enough. I have to remind myself to play older tunes that made me fall in love with Moombah, just cause they may be older tunes for you and I , doesn’t mean they’re not new for the crowds we’re playing for. This music took hold of me heart and soul. I honestly have found my calling at these tempos. I take pride in being unique and showing my roots. Moombahton is and will continue to grow. I am so thankful to see and hear so many of my peers charting and gaining support by legends in the scene. Blogs like GB and others, too many to list without forgeting some, (I love and am grateful for each one of you mother fuckers) have a vast collection of the history about the scene as well as free music. All these factors can only push things forward. ¡Viva Moombahton!


A son of Puerto Rico, around long enough to call both Miami and Phoenix his home turfs, Mendez has spent most of his career at the forefront of underground dance music. Rooted firmly in electronic music culture, this talented producer and DJ has a flair for live sets and an awareness of the intersection of hip hop, Latin, reggae and dance music. Co-founder of El Cuco Recordings, one of the leading labels in the forward-thinking genres of moombahton, moombahcore and moombahsoul, Mendez has a global reputation for pushing new sounds, prolifically potentiating new smashers for DJs and fans via SoundCloud and linking new audiences through his inventive remix work.


John B – Light Speed (Beauty Brain & Mendez Remix)
Mendez – Rock On!
Mendez – Pervert
Mendez – The Gemini
Mendez – Who Gwan Test Me?
Mende+Sluggo+UFO!- Crazy Fool
Sluggo+Nerd Rage+Terrabad – I am Captain – Mendez Moombahcore Remix
Mendez – The World will be in Love
Heartbreak feat. Toddla T – BLAZE UP (Mendez and Pickster VIP )
Alliance – Mi Gente (Mendez Remix)
Devin Martin – Killbot [Mendez Moombahcore Remix]
Sluggo, Nerd Rage & Itchy Robot – The Warrior [Mendez Moombahcore Remix]
Boy Kid Cloud / Sluggo & Nerd Rage – Feel High [Mendez Moombahcore VIP Remix]
Mendez & Sluggo – The Devil Does Drugs
Mendez – Feel this Shit!
Mendez & Sluggo – Caderas


Cedric Gervais – Molly(Mendez Transitional Edit)
The Dream – Kill the Lights(Mendez Moombahsoul Edit)
Tyga – In this Thang(Mendez Moombahton Rework)
Shiny Toy Guns – Don’t Cry Out (Mendez Edit)
Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know ft Kimbra(Mendez Rework)
Natalie Imbruglia – Smoke(Mendez Remix)
Drake ft Lil Wayne+Tyga – The Motto(Mendez Rework)
Kaskade – Eyes(Alvin Risk Remix)(Mendez Moombahcore Bootleg)
Modestep – To the Stars (Hulk Remix) [Mendez Official but Non-Official Remix]
Sebastian feat Mayor Hawthorne – Love in Motion (Skrillex Remix) [Mendez Bootleg Edit]
El Dusty – Ke Le Pasa(Mendez and Riot Earp Bootleg Remix)
Villains – Control The Future(Mendez Edit)
Guitarra Band – Ya Ghali (Mendez Edit)
Mendez vs Ziggy Marley – Beach in Hawaii
Adele – Someone like You (Mendez Remix)
Mendez vs Coldplay and The Buena Vista Social Club – Relojes
LoveRance feat. YG, Iamsu & Skipper – Beat the Pussy up(MENDEZ MOOMBAHTON EDIT)
Fytch and Captain Crunch feat Carmen Forbes -RAINDROPS – MENDEZ Moombahcore Edit
N.O.H.A. – Pijama (Mendez VS Melo Remix)
Your Favorite Martian – Transphobic Techno aka Bitch got a Penis(Mendez edit)
Mendez vs Johnny Prez – Pum Pum
John B – BroStep Wagon Poos (Mendez Moombahcore Edit)


El Cuco Recordings / EvilBase Recordings / BC Presents / Bad Taste Recordings 
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We leave you with an incredible exclusive download and would just like to thank Mr Mendez for all his time in contributing to this piece and wish him all the success in the now and future.  He is set to make a Big Splash in this scene!

Datsik & Infected Mushroom – Evil (Mendez Bootleg)