Moombahton | Kaiya Wolff and Styles & Complete Head To The “Projects” And Bring Doco Along

Posted by on November 19, 2015

LA’s Styles & Complete and DOCO (from Dim Mak fame) have been sitting on this track for a few months waiting for the perfect time to put out Kaiya Wolff’s first release. The Brazillian/American, Vocalist/Producer/DJ was recently a finalist on Tiesto’s reality show “Your Shot USA” and has been in the studio cutting a bunch of fire ass records. “Straight Out The Projects” is her first release. Keep an eye on this up and comer.

Moombahton | Father of Chrome & Macrohard Bring Moombah Back With “Somer Salt”

Posted by on October 27, 2015

A genre that’s now sort-of always been there has been taken on by two up-and-comers, Father of Chrome and Macrohard. These two do not take the name Moombah lightly – there latest truly puts a new-age twist on moombah drops and melodies most people are familiar with. However you dissect it, “Somer Salt” make it easy to get straight with that 108.

Download the track here.

Moombahton | Ricky Vaughn Is All Bass With His Latest EP “Primo”

Posted by on September 9, 2015

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Ricky Vaughn releases his EP “Primo” via Babygrande Records, a 7 track EP of an array of bass/moombahton heavy dark tracks to get you raving. Featuring the likes of Jitta On The Track, Daron Vande, and others, if you haven’t had your coffee yet, the energy on these records will smack you right in the face, hump day just got a little more rougher. If you’re a fan of Diplo, or Major Lazer, on that tropical bass wave, “Primo” is for you, this goes hard, and we’ve got the exclusive premiere! This is a must listen, and click on the jump to get an exclusive track by track breakdown from Mr Vaughn himself!

iTunes: Ricky Vaughn “Primo”



Bass, Electro, Moombahton | Lektrique & Panther Matumona Light It Up With “Spark”

Posted by on September 8, 2015

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Kannibalen Records radio head Lektrique teamed up with the rapper Panther Matumona on quite an impressive bass single called “Spark.” Much like other Kannibalen tracks, this one fuses classical elements with a modern heavy twist. “Spark” is a track that doesn’t fit itself into one genre specifically, but it lies at the midtempo range making it most closely align with moombahcore. Lektrique shows off his intense sound design skills yet again, setting himself apart from a lot of cats in the game. It’s just a matter of time before this guy makes it big like his fellow KanniFam members like Snails, Apashe and Black Tiger Sex Machine.

Purchase on iTunes: Lektrique – Spark feat. Panther

Moombahton | MisterWives – Reflections (Flaxo Remix)

Posted by on March 23, 2014

Flaxo. So hot right now. Flaxo. Coming in hot from NYC, Flaxo puts his moombahton spin Photo Finish Record’s Misterwives that just had an awesome showing down in Austin at SXSW. Keep your eye on this Flaxo guy. He’s going places, and he’s got a super manager in Zac Bluestone. Shout out to Greg Ramey at Nue Agency!

Moombahton | Making Movies – Lo Que Quiero (Secret Sauce Remix)

Posted by on January 18, 2014


Don’t get me wrong – I’ve been digging a lot of the more popular genre choices by artists today. With that in mind though, there are a lot of styles I really wish would make a comeback – especially Moombahton. Hot out of the studio with a remix of Making Movies’ “Lo Que Quiero,” the homies over at Secret Sauce have begun their own quest in raising the Dave Nada-inspired sound from the dead; and they seem to have done a pretty damn good job, knocking out a chilled track with clean reggaeton vibes. Shout out to our friends at Do Androids Dance for snagging the exclusive on this one – looks like we missed out.

Electronic, Moombahton | The M Machine – Additional Faces

Posted by on December 30, 2013

Madness – pure madness. I first heard this little piece of magic in The M Machine’s mix for OWSLA After Dark (My favourite mix of the year). It’s such a creative musical venture that it makes my head spin. Suspense is built well with an entertaining intro and build that introduces the beat. The power of the beat at 1:45 is Godzilla-sized. With a moombahish pattern and encompassing bass, it really takes me over. Then, out of no where, the song picks up into a wicked drum and bass shuffle.

The whole song is amazing in many ways, but as a friend pointed out to me, the most impressive illusion created here is that of depth. The sounds compliment each other perfectly, but it feels as though they do so from a distance. And width – I’m not sure that I’ve ever heard sound so wide. Huge, low bass and long, wide sounds add to the illusion. Without adding an overwhelming amount of sounds, these legendary artists have created a sound that is extremely full. This song is way entertaining and displays some next level engineering. Bravo guys, this is brilliant stuff.