Get Familiar With Handiclap Records And The Mexican Bass Scene With A New Volume Of ‘Tasty Bass’

By | 25 May, 2016

Showcasing the latest hits of Mexican electronic music is the mission of the series of compilations called Tasty Bass, released by Handiclap Records. Originally born as an alternative hip-hop and soulful beats imprint, the project is the reflection of the music that circles around Humberto Lopez, label manager from Guadalajara, who also produces under the alias Bial Hclap.

The newest instalment of this club-oriented collection is a gathering of very well-known tropical bass names including the prolific Yelram Selectah, with his signature craziness at mixing global references, he drops a gem of eastern vibes. Dembow militant El Catorce transports you to an obscure reggaeton club from the ghetto. MC Brinquedo funk carioca vocals move to a different direction over the trap beats of Skaay. Last but not least, the lady of the bunch, Alemaniatica, delivers a synth-heavy techno cumbia.

So now, you can get a taste of the darker flavours of bass music from Mexico and submerge yourselves in the enigmatic subgenres that underground producers are putting on the table, a delicious way to get you into the dancing mood. Don’t forget to check out the first two volumes that include producers of the diversity of Alan Rosales, Pa Kongal, Pedro Infame and Mexican Dubwiser.


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