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100bpm = Dance

Munchi's moombahton madness going global?

I first spotted this producer on Soundcloud peddling some rather excellent ambient and spaced out dubstep in the form of "Madre, No Llores". But soon after hearing his first uploaded productions I came across the track you find below, "Sandungueo". A melange of Baltimore repetition, Lazer bass rave sounds, Latin tinged rhythms and Baile percussion with the single and solitary intent to induce dance. What ever Moombahton is, it's music that will get the peeps on the floor. Visit Rotterdam's Munchi @ his blog and download yourself his spankin fresh Moombahton promo.

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Down under and delivering the goods.

Next up is the Slap & Dash edit of "Fried Toy Moombahton". Hailing from Melbourne, the duo of Mu-Gen and Scattermish have embraced the Moombahton sound and their production below delivers dance groves in spades. Set up as a blog / night / label / soundsystem and art vehicle the Scattermusic blog boys are hammering out the tunes with reckless abandon. Check the links for downloads and get ready to bounce!!!

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One Response to “100bpm = Dance”

  1. 'duk says:

    Thank you for this awesome post promoting two rising stars of Moombahton as the new genre moves into its creative 'Second Wave.' Amazing MUNCHI!
    ...from Rotterdam has dropped a new track that takes M'tone to an entirely new level qualitywise. A "watershed" work, Munchi's "Toma Berimbau," obliterates any doubts that Dave Nada has established a legitimate new musical genre. Check Munchi's Dutch Moombahton perfection here:
    soundcloud.com/munchi_productions/munchi-capoeira-moombahton

    Likewise, NibOOtOO staff agrees that Melbourne's Mu-Gen and Scattermish, "Slap & Dash," are "delivering the goods...Down Under," with their current masterpiece, "Fried Toy Moombahton." Even better news for us is that the duo is about to drop an "Extended Edit" of this gem so listeners may transcend to Moombahton heaven.

    Finally, be advised that DJ Epidemic in Phoenix has dropped a 2-part
    Moombahton party mix, 'Cinco de Malo,' for MoombaHeads who like it a little Mexican: djepidemic.com

    Watch out for new tracks exploding out of New York, Philadelphia, Miami,
    Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, and Switzerland (!)...plus Vancouver as DJ Kev Fresh delivers up more "Moobaton "zombies."

    "Ay, tan sucia!"

    Thank you! 'duk

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