Posts tagged "reggaeton"

PREMIERE: CRRDR – ‘Prende La UwUaracha’

After a year of touring Latin America and Europe, exploring the meaning of Latin Core and Latin Tek, but more so after his track Traaa was removed from all digital platforms in an act of censorship, CRRDR prepares to close the year with his emotional and transcendental release RIP Latincore

On 2021’s Fire, The Bug returned with a violent reckoning, exploring the heat of rage through abrasive and intense dancehall mutations. Machine 1, the latest EP from the UK producer, takes a slightly different approach. Formulated especially for his conceptual soundsystem event PRESSURE, Machine 1 is a collection of four

I was speaking with a friend recently about the complexities of reggaeton, a genre they claimed to not enjoy not because of the beats, but the often misogynistic and sexist approach to the lyrics and subject matter of mainstream hits. It’s a valid point, one that illustrates how these themes

London house music producer Bella Boo’s latest EP, Looney Talks, is a testament to her innate versatility and creativity. Best known for her ethereal approach to house music, Bella Boo takes a more contemporary, direct, and club-focused approach on this EP that speaks toward her knowledge of underground trends and

LSDXOXO has released his latest single, Freak. Made as a reprieve from the process of creating his upcoming debut album, Freak follows previous singles DRaiN and Demons. Unlike those previous entries, which introduced alt-rock sounds into LSDXOXO’s lexicon, Freak returns the DJ and producer to breezy club sounds with a

Two days before the release of her sixth album, MATA Sri Lankan-British rapper M.I.A took to Twitter, commenting on the recent ruling regarding alt-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: “If Alex Jones pays for lying shouldn’t every celebrity pushing vaccines pay too?” While the artist is no stranger to controversy, this

When Björk began the process of creating Fossora, she decided that her tenth studio album would be her “mushroom album.” In recent interviews preceding the album’s release, the Icelandic singer-songwriter and composer kept pushing this concept forward, insisting that Fossora (the made up feminine form of the Latin word for

We ring in the new month with new tracks from some of our favourite heavy hitters, from hip-house to synthwave. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Honey Dijon – Show Me Some Love Teaming up with Compton

At face value, Ela Minus and DJ Python may seem like an unlikely pairing, but the multi-hyphenate vocalist and psychedelic reggaeton producer have more in common than might be expected. For starters, they’re both New Yorkers of Latinx origin, with Minus hailing from Brooklyn by way of Columbia and DJ

On this week’s roundup, we have new releases from some of the UK’s most exciting dance music acts, and a haunting tribute by Björk. Listen to our selections below.    Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Björk – Ancestress 

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