Another big releases day for Moombahton today and here are 4 pretty xcellent releases:

4. 110 BPM Compilation

We streamed xclusively the BRILLIANT JWLS track yesterday but now you can download the whole EP freeee!

DOWNLOAD HERE FROM SCION – All info about the release there too!

Kicking off the summer release schedule for Think 2wice, we have 20 year old St. Louis based Ra Cailum. Coming off of two massive collaborations with moombahton prodigy Jay Fay, Ra Cailum pushes up the tempo for his first official EP, and the results are three tracks of truly forward thinking club music.

The title track, ‘Chimbus’, is a percussive affair that is at times reminscenct of Rishi Romero’s classic ‘African Forest’. The constantly evolving percussion and driving bass line give it an energy all its own. ‘Jaburo Ha’ is Ra Cailum’s take on the ballroom house sound, with a plucky synth line balancing the ominous brass leads. ‘Jaburo Ha’ has already seen early support from ballroom taste-maker MikeQ (Fade to Mind). Rounding off the EP is ‘Al-Sham’, our personal favorite.

Expansive percussion and synth work dance around an 808 kicks while the track glides between half time and a double time that borders on kuduro. On remix duty we have the white hot Seattle producer Astronomar (Mad Decent, Top Billin, Discobelle, Enchufada). He turns ‘Chimbus’ in a certified moombahton smasher. Thick dembow drums and a blazing pitch bent lead make this one ready for the biggest of rooms.

Out Now:

Big New one from Big Makk!

Second compilation from the fine chaps over at 110BPM and in their own words:

It’s finally here, the compilation you’ve all been waiting for. For those of you unfamiliar with our compilation, every two months we select a handful of the best established producers and up-and-comers and bring them together under one big, free release. In Volume 2 we’re featuring: Rankin, Manics, Ace Future, Froland, Fuss, CSK, Kovary, Outlandaa!, Neki Stranac, Colour Vision, Vonzie, 8cto, and Melo.

Download The 110BPM Collection, Vol. 2 (.zip)

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As I tend to do, the tracks in The 110BPM Collection, Vol. 2 have been structured around a day and night out. They start out light and lively, build energy, then get deeper and darker for the after rave. I hope you all enjoy these tracks as much as I do, and make sure to listen to all 13- I don’t want y’all to miss out and not get the full experience 🙂

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