Gully – Cariso

by Mr. E on February 20, 2015

gully - cariso

What up Moomba+Fam? I hope you all have been spinning and enjoying all the wonderful music that has been flooding the scene recently. There have been so many great producers out there churning out banger after banger!

Our good friend and producer Gully, decided to throw us all another one of his dope productions. This time he made some Caribbean inspired House music with all the horns and steel drums to get you bouncin’. Go download this fun and tropical tune and add it to your summer mix. The heat of the summer is coming so be prepared and make this tune part of your regular mix rotation!

Chuck Upbeat – Jungles Alive [Enchufada]

by Danny Ewing on February 20, 2015

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The latest track from Enchufada’s Upper Cuts series comes direct from the deep, luscious jungles of Moscow. Granted, Moscow and jungles aren’t often thought of in the same sentence, but once you hear Chuck’s Moombahton-esque release you will think Moscow is directly on the Equator. “Jungles Alive” has a slow, driving, 110 beat with sounds from the jungle comprising much of the track. The repetitive dembow beat takes you into the jungle, deep enough to discover a new species of big cat or an uncontacted tribe.

Enchufada has built up the biggest and best collection on Global Club tracks in the world and bring you the best in new talent every few weeks. Be sure to keep on top of their future releases!

Moombahton is Moombahton, so here, have some Moombahton!

by Mr. E on February 17, 2015


Hello my fellow Moombahton heads! Take a listen and download all these great new tunes from some of your favorite Moombahton producers in the Moombahton scene!


The Mighty  KAPO DOES IT AGAIN! He just smacked us up with this original track and a nice bootleg that actually does that new KSHMR & DIllon Francis Feat. Becky G  track some justice! RESPECT TO YOU KAPO!


PEACETHEFVCKOUT gives an exclusive tune for your ears!


Paco Ferreira brings some very nice vibes!


Los XL decided to do “something quick for fun” and guess who gets to enjoy it? WE DO!!! check it!


D-V3KZ never disappoints us with his Moombahton tunes!

 Stavros Martina hands us this great tune. go sign up for whatever you need to in order to download this’s worth it!

3F3XT is kind of a new name in the game for many but he throws down super hard with these two Moombahton tunes from his recent release on Latino Resiste!



Dj Polazrizer brings us that bouncy club ready banger!


Selecta Doc once again! with the fresh, new, SPONTANEOUS release!

Rathero coming at you with this super hype track!

BassDeep got you covered with “Thot Process” remixed by Monhtee as well as  “Bout the Money” and a soulfull remix of “Let me Love you”




Latino Army Records presents: LATINO Round Up

by Camilo Fernando on February 9, 2015


Hey Fam! We are Latino Army Records, and in this time we are so proud to get this support from Moomba+.
As LAR, we are going to do a round up to show you all the amazing producers from Latin America.

We are going to start with this


DI – HELL! - Del Suelo Pa Arriba; is our latest release, and come from Mexico, 19 years old prodigy producer, bring to us an amazing LP, with a lot of Moombahton, some Bubbling, cumbia shakers, crazy trap snares and a huge latin vibe.



Another prodigy guy, but this time from Chile, 3F3XT was released on Mal Dicen/Latino Resiste with his album Bandolera, incredibly he mix Moombahton, Trap, Cumbia, Tuki, Jersey Club, making this as a epic 8 songs Album



The latest release to STARK via Global Bassed is a mix between Andean Sounds, Moombahton, Twerk and Trap, 2 Original songs, plus a collab featuring chilean producer LQC, and Trap 3F3XT remix, you need to dance this.



A young producer called Cris Major, from Venezuela is the winner to the Wost – Fuck yeah remix contest, i just got one word for this; LOCURA.



This Mixtape from Moombah Kingz, is totally a bomb, supporting; MASTA, DJ VAIZAR, Mambo Killers, DJ LBR, and others great producers worldwide.





And we finish our first round up with the latest video from Bacondo, chilean guys from Arica, making this andean bass, they are killing the dancefloor around Chile.




Bumb.Ay — “Moombah La Cumbia”

by Juan Leon on January 28, 2015

Bumb.Ay -- "Moombah La Cumbia"

Bumb.Ay (formerly Dire Disorder) is a moombahton/bass producer from Mexico. He’s been quietly turning out bangers for a while now.One of his latest tracks Bumb.Ay — “Moombah La Cumbia” is a good example of Bumb.Ay’s simple but effective approach to production. Countless producers have shown us how cumbia plus moombahton is a natural fit. “Moombah La Cumbia” is no exception.

Bumb.ay Sticks very closely to the latin-flavored side of moombahton, the mid-track tempo transition to dembow is an inventive and perfectly executed surprise.

Do not forget to check his soundcloud and facebook pages, give him some follows and likes and thank him for the free music!

Poté – Voyeurism EP [Enchufada]

by Danny Ewing on January 21, 2015


Poté is an artist that has been pushing his unique sound in Europe for a while now. He has gained acclaim from such influential figures as Branko, Toddla T, Plastician, and B-Traits. Couple that with regular plays on BBC Radio One and Rinse FM as well as a releases on Global Club Music juggernaut Enchufada, this year is set to be the best yet for the St. Lucia-born producer.

Now based in London and showing no signs of stopping, Poté has just released a massive new 2 track EP on Enchufada called “Voyeurism”. This pushes the limits of his loop based sound by adding in some crazy percussive programming, vocal chops, and a driving force similar to techno that shows us just how he is evolving as an artist.

Check out the EP below and make sure you follow Enchufada and Poté on Soundcloud to keep up to date!

Artist Spotlight: Edmel Diaz

by Matthew Rodriguez on September 3, 2014



Flute Mania EP:

Edmel’s Moombah Mix

Edmel’s Moombah Mix:  Maybe I’ve been playing too much Fallout lately, but this track conjures up apocalyptic landscapes in a world where Latin culture has taken over and where tribal music is literally the music of tribes.  Deep and brooding, this track is not for the PLUR kids.  This track is for getting lost on a dark dance floor.  This is a moombah track even the head nodding dubstep cats would appreciate.  The instrumentation is sparse here, a deep kick drum being the most prominent.  The jokes on the listener though:  where is the flute?  It could be any number of sounds heard here and maybe thats the point.  Just get lost in the heavy vibes and stop worrying so much.  If you’re ready for the weekend, but not ready to rage out, this track is for you.

AmpDecays 4 to the Floor Mix

AmpDecay’s 4 to the Floor Mix:  Almost on cue, this remix picks up where the Moombah mix leaves off.  AmpDecay picked up the pace with his mix, moving things into the house arena with definite UK garage-y feels – and its oh so wonderful.  If the Moombah mix is for sitting back, this is for getting up your energy and hitting the dance floor.  Unique enough to turn heads, but familiar enough to keep the crowd moving, this banger would fit in any club DJs arsenal.

See Shellz Cuntry Club Mix

See Shellz Cuntry Club Mix:  Bring on the jersey club!  I swear every producer was in the motha-effin zone when they worked on this EP.  Shellz drops the all-powerful jersey club kicks if jersey club was produced by some kid in the slums of India.  I don’t even kmow what that means but thats my point:  Don’t think Shellz is doing what Sliink n’ co. have already done.  This dude is throwing synths and samples a million at the crowd with this one and it literally never lets down.  Dear DJs – DROP. THIS. BANGER.

OMGLIKEHI Drum n Bass mix

OMGLIKEHI Drum n Bass mix:  Bringing us to home plate is this pitch perfect drum n bass mix by OMGLIKEHI.  If the other 3 tracks are bringing us through the course of one night, this is the track you use to squeeze the last ounces of dance outta your crowd.  Its forward, aggressive and fun, but OMG keeps things retrospective with some perfectly placed piano chords.  You’re trying to make your dancefloor have those feelz?  This is your track.

D-V3KZ – Gotta Let Her Go : out now on AFTER MESS RECS

by Mr. E on August 21, 2014

gotta let her go

Oh yes sir! The almighty D-V3KZ produces another solid Moombahton track. This gritty, fidgity sounding, bass line driven tune is just what this genre needs to set a new style on course. The strong percussion and drums along with the melodic strings also give the proper contrast to send you floating along the Moomba-river of goodness. D-V3KZ knows how to get your music palette tasting some fresh styles. I am very happy to see that this was also released on the After Mess Records label, and it’s also a FREE tune! Don’t miss out on this very nice track, if you wanna spruce up your mix with new sounds and vibes.

Go show some love and respect via his Facebook.

you can also check out the vast collection of releases that After Mess Records has to offer you HERE!

Hugo Haze x Masta – Fea

by Mr. E on August 16, 2014


Hugo Haze and Masta decided to release their newest tune “Fea”. They give you that dembow sexiness, a synth that keeps your ass moving, and they top it off with a twerk feel towards the end of the track, only to bring you back into the dembow goodness.  This is an overall bangin tune that keeps you completely interested throughout the whole track. From front to back this tune holds its weight in bass! enjoy the free download they made available.


Step One – Turn up the Bassline

by Matthew Rodriguez on August 15, 2014

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Step One will fill the dance floors with this pumped up and very energy filled tune…This track reminds me of all the lo-fi music that was suddenly cool once Diplo discovered the wilderness of Brazilian barrios.  It’s simple really – background bass that doesn’t dominate the track, 4×4 kicks and scattered, repetitive vocals.  The description says this is a genre called “Carnival” and that makes sense.  Imagine throngs of people liquored up and ready to dance to literally anything with a beat and some bass; this is that track.  I imagine it would sound great on a massive sound system cobbled together by whatever the locals had.  Step One: the producer in touch with the people.  Ya Heard here first folks!