We released this EP earlier this year and recently signed it to Fieldhouse Music, a division of BMG, for licensing synchs in the USA.

Today it is the track of the Day ♫ from their Summer 2012 Sampler and here’s what they say:


“Like” Fieldhouse Music for a FREE DOWNLOAD, today only!
-Just visit our FanRx page to download-

Check back tomorrow for another great song!

And here’s a recap on the release:

This awesome release is out now on Generation Bass Digital!!!!


Here’s the OFFICIAL video with the beautiful Shaai’r:

Bollywood, Gustavo Santaolalla, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Shaai’r/Monica Dogra, Bandish Projekt, Infamous Bollywood director Aamir Khan and Generation Bass…

What do they all have in common?

They are somehow ALL connected to this Generation Bass Release, READ ON!

It’s with great excitement that we present our foray into Bollywood with this release, which features a bona fide Bollywood star, Monica Dogra aka Shaai’r.

Shaai’r lays down some sensous and sultry vox on a Bandish Projekt mega Dubstep/Drumstep track, “Lover”.

Here’s more on Generation Bass’ first Lady of Bollywood!

In 2005, she formed the electro-rock group Shaa’ir+Func”, along with guitarist Randolph Correia. In 2007, they released their first album New Day: The Love Album, followed by Light Tribe in 2008 and Mantis in 2010. She also sang a song “Dooriyan Bhi Hai Zaroori” with Vishal Dadlani in the film Break Ke Baad.

She has made a guest appearance in Rock On!!. In 2008, she was approached by Kiran Rao for the lead role in her directorial debut film Dhobi Ghat – a role she initially turned down, but eventually accepted.

The film is scored by Bajo Fondo Tango Club founder and award winning film composer, Gustavo Santaolalla, and includes a song by Ryuichi Sakamoto.


Watch a sneak preview of the track with Moncia/Shaai’r singing “lover” at the infamous Blue Frog studios in Mumbai:

Monica is also is the narrator and features in this new music documentary made in India:

Release Date12 DECEMBER 2011
Description SINGLE
Download storesJuno
Amazon UK
Amazon USA
Streaming servicesSpotify

Sexxy Saturday Cumbia – riTmo de POrro y Mas

A little gem surfaced from the deep waters of the web and revealed itself to me. It is a little four track EP called riTmo de POrro from Buenos Aires native Damo Naimad. It features true Afro-Colombian cumbia rhythms with delay effects, chilled haunting horns and beautiful Colombian vocalist Totó la Momposina. If you haven’t checked it out yet then you’re in for a treat, if you have then you’re in for a treat again.

Taking a turn to rebajada (chopped and screwed) Randy Salazar Jr. salutes democracy in Mexico with his new cumbia track just in time for the elections.

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I’m not ready to speed it up yet. I also have what normally is a high-energy cumbia “Fiesta Cumbiambera”. Papi Perez edited this rebajada for us.

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Turbo Sonidero Futuristico dropped this off to me earlier. He produced it a couple of years ago according to his computer and didn’t release it until now. I think he thought it was a bit weird for the time. But considering the rest of us brought the weirdness level up it now fits in quite well.

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When it comes to blending hip hop with old school global cumbia DJ Neber is among my favorites. He has mad scratching skills and isn’t afraid to show it. Also he matches the hip hop beats so very well that it brings a whole new life to the track.

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Here is a bit of his scratching and live flow. I think I actually might have downloaded most if not all of his tracks on SoundCloud.

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It’s always a pleasure to hear more from Colombian artist Bleepolar. He’s back at it with his remix of Pernett’s “La Cumbia Continental”. This is definitely featuring the signature cumbia beats of Bleepolar.

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A beautiful cumbia improvisation comes from Arun y la Cumbia (Arun Ruz) in this piece. Featuring vocals by Deva Baumbach. It truly is quite beautiful, quite intoxicating and quite original. I’m a sucker for improvisation, especially with live instrumentation or live playing. The electric piano solo is really nice done in this one.

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“Cumbia Sammy (Nut Brown Cumbia)” is off of Piper Street Sounds new really awesome album “Cumbia de la Piedmont.” It’s a unique blend of digital drum programming, synth bass, synth leads and nylon string guitar playing. It shows the diverse talents of Atlanta producer Matthew Mansfield. And I beg of you to check out the album as soon as you can if you haven’t yet. It’s really exciting.

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One song I thought I could happily live without ever having to hear again is “Pose” by Daddy Yankee. You know what I mean? Those top 40 tracks that are overplayed everywhere. It’s like with children watching the same animated movie 20-30 times a day without growing tired, it seems the top 40 clubbers have the same mentality. It’s hard for me to post anything like that here but this time I make an exception. I don’t know what possessed Sonidos Profundos to decide that he should make a remix of “Pose,” but to be honest as hard as it is for me to say, I am glad he did. It really sounds great when it has that unique Sonidos Profundos touch.

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Now with rock en Español or electro pop I’m more inclined to be down with and normally am. Stereo Revuelta does justice with his awesome cumbia edit of “Deja Te Conecto” by Zoe. Adding some wobbles, cumbia rhythms and heavier bass makes for nice edit for the cumbia dance floor.

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Copia Doble Systema rarely needs any help promoting their new tracks. This week is no exception. Promoting the apparently strong dancehall scene in Denmark they remixed Copenhagen resident dancehall team Eager and Stunn’s “Kugledans.” I checked out the original track too, both are awesome.

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Urban World Records and Al Lindrum have been hard at work this past year compiling a remix album of the flamenco infused with urban modernization group Ojos De Brujo. The remix album consists of 13 remixes from various diverse producers and DJ’s.  The remixes range from dub-step to DnB to dancehall to cumbia all the way to breaks. Here I will post the last track on the album, a cumbia remix from Empresarios of the song “Ventilaor R-80.” It’s also exciting to have a new Empresarios digital cumbia to share here.

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Last up I have an older one from DJ Rüstico. It’s a mashup of Cumbia mundial and Taliban del Amor. It’s really dope and I feel a strong need to post it here.

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Peace mis cumbieros


Our boy Estrada comes back with some more innovation in the form of Native Trap!!! Blistering!!!

Grab it here:


Here’s the vid:

Reminder about his recent release on our label:

[Artwork:Núñez Ferrara from #401]

This amazing EP is out now!!!!

Stream the mini-mix, read the PR, watch the awesome video and then grab some freebies NOT on the EP!

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Generation Bass presents Javier Estrada’s Prehispanico!

Music is everything man. Music is global and music is power. Music is the means to global communication, in rhythm and words, and in harmony. We are always on the lookout for new people to join the ranks of the growing, global Generation Bass family that communicates through sound, and it looks like we struck gold with Mexico’s most exciting new producer, Javier Estrada. He is new to many people but we’ve been championing him since 2010 after giving him his first exposure on the worldwide blogosphere.

This man delivers everything from tribal to moombahton to pre-hispanic dubstep in a unique, fun-loving, high-energy and tropical manner. Javier’s prolific production portfolio is a tour-de-force through the best that Latin America has to offer in this new burgeoning tropicalized electronica scene and a show of all the possibilities that exist within the ever-expanding world of tropical bass.

This forthcoming EP on Generation Bass is something REALLY special though. This is a slice of deep, Prehispanic rhythmic music, which tries to capture the essence of the Aztec people. The shuffling, slowly evolving and hypnotizing riddims remind us of the impenetrable jungles of South-America and the mystic blood rituals of the Aztecs.

We can try to paint this picture through words but the real power of this release is in its actual musical form. The combination of South American melodies, rhythmic and bass elements that refer to cumbia and of course, guarachero, mixed with the sheer power of crisp modern production is what does the real talking here.

Everyone at Generation Bass has been blown away by this release and everyone who has heard bits and snippets of it is equally impressed. We believe this might be one of the most interesting things you will hear in 2012. If you have ever seen the clips of young kids in Mexico that wear shoes with tips that almost reach their face dancing to this, you know it is the real deal… Be sure to pick this up and keep your eye out for Javier Estrada, a prolific and skilled producer that will take on the world one percussion layer at a time.

Release Date09 March 2012
Description EP
Download storesJuno
Streaming servicesSpotify

[exclusive] THIS IS MOOMBAHTON vol.5!

Some time ago we dropped a Moombahton mixtape by a local guy from Holland. The amount of feedback and downloads was totally staggering, showing that the genre has taken an immense flight! The previous volume just reached it’s 35.000th (!!!) download, so WESSEL-S, the guy who mad it, decided to drop a sparkling, brand new one! Lots of exclusive edits by the dude himself of course and its of course available for download as well… YESSSSS! now you can blast some WESSEL-S in your car as well! 🙂

zzzee tracklist!
1. Team Rush Hour – We Love Moombahton
2. Freaky Philip Vs Compay Segundo – Sarandonga (Moombahton Mix)
3. Boyfriend & Krinjah – Yuh Body Good
4. The Flexican & FS Green, Vato Gonzalez – Bumaye (Wessel S Moombahton Mashup)
5. Buraka Som Sistema – Tira o Pe (JWLS Remix)
6. Alvaro & The Partysquad – Wataah (Moombahton Mix)
7. Freaky Philip Vs Cutty Ranks – Limb by Limb (Moombahton Mix)
8. Vato Gonzalez, Diplo – Rasclat Riddim – Original Mix
9. El Dusty – K Le Pasa (Alvaro Remix)
10. Dj DaGo – Ok, Let’s Go! (Original Mix)
11. El Chuape – Ponme to eso Pa lante (Freaky Philip Rmx)
12. Hardwell – Spaceman (Naffz Remix)
13. Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas Feat. Iggy Azaela – Beat Down (Original Mix)
14. ETC!ETC! – Temblando (Original Mix)
15. Freaky Philip – Dance to the Bass (Original Mix)
16. Major Lazer – Original Don (Sazon Booya Edit)
17. South Rakkas Crew – Bounce It (Wes de Graaf Remix)
18. Freaky Philip – Bombo (Original Mix)

aaaand a great new edit! PREVIEW for right now… peep it right HERE:

Animal Chuki – Animals Within

When I see anything uploaded with the origin being from Peru I have learned to immediately check it out. My experiences in the past have created this habit because the sounds coming from Peru are among the most interesting and innovative today. If you wish to challenge my opinion I beg of you to do so. I’ll even make it easy for you by posting about one of the more interesting duos to hit the Internet clouds of recent months.

Their name is Animal Chuki and they’re from Lima, Peru. The exciting duo comprises of Andread Campos and Daniel Valle-Riestra. Animal Chuki explores the animal inside the minds of modern EDM producers.

Mixing dumbia, moombahton and the animalistic nature makes for a dark atmosphere filled with energetic rhythms and explorative effects and samples.

Let’s first discover the animal nature behind the hunger for narcotics with this intense moombahton track.

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We must also visit the mind of the king of the jungle. El Rey is a very dark synth heavy side of the animal producer kingdom.

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Not all of the animals are limited to being grounded to the Earth. Some are fortunate enough to fly. This one takes us above the forest canopy at incredible speed exploring the forest of sounds below. I can see the great giant waterfall up ahead.

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Diving back towards the Earth the busy forest floor never sleeps.

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This one has the most incredible intro out of all of them. Look at it as a tribute to all the cats wild, tame, giant and small.

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This is Animal Chuki!



This just in… Check out Animal Chuki being featured on Mari Ya’s new Radio San Bolsa show Moombah Rox live this Saturday 2 pm (GMT-05)


Hugely awesome big massive tune here in Nu Tropics Tribal Vybz, courtesy of all people, Mixmag!

Good to see such magz finally getting deep into this shit!


If Nu Trap or Future Trap or whatever u wanna call it, goes anywhere near in this direction, then OMFG, I think I could get deeep into this shiiit!

This is my kinda vibe, sounds more like Lazer Trap!

(forthcoming infinite machine)
123mrk – noname ep remixed
Infinite Machine

Here’s a Soviet Juke freebie, equally awesome! Again, sounds like Lazer Juke!

Disc Jockey Nappy – This Is Thugstep

We over at Rock The Dub have spent over half a decade curating the ‘Thugstep’ sound. Back in the days when acapellas for just about any song were easy to find, I was going to town. There were still CD singles and vocals on vinyl, and I knocked out well over 100 solid refixes in less than 6 months.

Then I pulled a disappearing act. Nothing new came out for 4 years. My manager slowly leaked these songs. DJ Cable spoke about the influence the ONLY mix I ever did had on his sound selection in an MTV article. Huge DJs were playing these tunes at soundclashes. Coki rinsed his signature refix (and the first Thugstep track I released) on the radio. I was nowhere to be found.

The now-defunct ‘Hoodlum’ collective I was a part of had a reputation for bootlegging tracks that we liked. The site lapsed into oblivion, and everyone moved onto other things. Hipnotikk got consistent bookings in Atlanta and lined up with the homies over at Freakbeat Records. Cable started his Triangulum imprint and is currently releasing some of the swankiest boutique bass music out. And I started the “Thugstep Commission” series over at ClubTapes. I’m over 100,000 streams there, and just getting warmed up.

But these were studio mixes. And the only way to build a brand and a market is to share your music with an audience. The ‘This Is Thugstep’ series will be in 4 parts, and will be released over the next 4 months to highlight some of my favorite tunes in the past 6 years. No drops. No shouting. Just 320’s of tunes that I love to hear when I’m out.

Please share, download, and enjoy.

Bass Nomadic

Some Interesting Brazilian-inspired Baile Funk/Trap/Bass Fusion:



UMB posted this comp not too long ago, yet I had to add this track…amazing tune.


Timeless Grooves via the Bastard Jazz label (Tall Black Guy Presents Tempo Dreams Vol 1).

Stream/Buy the album here:


Sick Balkan/Gypsy Moombah appearing in my set from the video below…


My ( Okulus Anomali )Balkan/Gypsy Bass set caught on video from last week in Miami featuring Pyro Fusion performances (pardon the choppy editing)…I started at 108 bpm and ended up at 140 bpm in 45 minutes. Good times.