FRAXIL and BXRCENXS j
Mexican Producers FRAXIL and BXRCENXS join Latino Resiste’s Mal Dicen family with a bombastic track called USTED QUIERE (que le den)
A pure moombahton jam that sets any dancefloor on fire.
The duo has teamed with all their Mexican power and the result is a house-reggaeton fusion bomb that combined with the Mal Dicen signature sound
is set for FREE DOWNLOAD.
Make sure to check FRAXIL music on their Social Media.
As well as his partner in crime:
by Sixteen Catharina
It seems that every track Mexican Duo Sixteen Catharina releases eclipses the prior.
The Mendoza cousins-producers have been getting a lot of attention for skillfully remixing well-known Moombah and bass and very recently being a regular must grab from La Clinica records’ masterpieces. Sixteen Catharina signature sound is a blend of melodic mastery coupled with glistening synth work and buoyant energy that consistently emits cheerful sensibilities.
For their latest Ciento Cincuenta track, they flip the bubbling pace, add as striking bassline and their synth work helps to reach the boiling point on thedrop until their slow-flip dembow hits you.
CIENTO CINCUENTA is set for FREE DOWNLOAD or pay what you can
Deejay Dario- Como la Bebida (ft Chito Rock)
Mal Dicen strikes again with a tropical cocktail from a long awaited collaboration between two of our most beloved artists, Deejay Dario and Chito Rock.
Dario’s beats are always brooding and sultry—almost as if you dropped dembow and baltimore drums sprinkled with layers of tropical techno while Chito Rock spits fire as usual, he sings over those beats instead of rapping. While old reggaeton’s lyrics tended to be hood tales, and idolatry to the majesty of butts, Como la bebida is an ode to having a good time, grab your drink and just put em up!.
For fans of the early Mal Dicen sound, back to the days when we dropped Munchi & Chito Rock, Rathero, or Happy Colors’ debut EP we knew when production could bear a signature “classic moombahton feeling.”
MAZNOIZE‘s latest single “Traqueteo” does blend the vibes of steamrolling reggaeton along hook-driven bass lines and, obviously, bright synth-chord Moombah progressions.
Thus, it’s a great take of the style that years ago allowed tropical bass to once again emerge to the global scene and now getting popular by Major Lazer, or J Balvin.
Oakland’s very MAZNOIZE has released under Moombahton Central, La Clinica, and many others, so it was just a matter of time he would pop under MAL DICEN.
Traqueteo is a track that’s meant to sound like if you let Tego improvise under a Diplo riddim.
Grab it for FREE release via LATINO RESISTE-related Mal Dicen Records, plus dont forget that greater attention deserves to be paid to MAZNOIZE sounds.