PREMIÈRE: Go Deeper Into Latinx Club Music with New Track by Chile’s Vêritas on ‘Latin Devils’ Compilation

By | 27 August, 2019

More than ten years have passed since Latin America’s traditional genres hit the world of underground electronic music, with cumbia quickly becoming widespread, establishing itself as a go-to rhythm for producers (you can even hear Flying Lotus or Cut Chemist fooling around with the infectious Colombian export).

Nowadays, young electronic artists see no shame in adding tropical drum patterns and melodies to their productions, with reggaeton the ultimate unapologetic style in clubs worldwide. You can hear experiments of this and other tropical flips on the first Latin Devils Compilation by the 623 Collective netlabel, run by 17 year old Peruvian newcomer Santho Mhiércoles.

The compilation will see the light soon, but before that, we can hear the contribution of Chilean Makinmovs-affiliated Vêritas, with his track “Cazerio”, a dark and grimey industrial reggaeton.


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