Until you hear his latest offering “Good Taco“, you can’t even begin to understand what you’re missing.
Good Taco easily one of if not *the* best Zouk Bass release of last month.
So why is it such a mystery, you might ask? It definitely ain’t your Momma’s Kizomba, or your Daddio’s Tarraxo. The Good Taco is cutting edge Zouknology.
This succulent piece of bass & laser is dripping with Zouk Bass aesthetic, and sure to slay a stereo as soon as you pump it.
I’m not pointing fingers, or anything, but why haven’t you heard Step One – Good Taco yet?! Get busy, and let us know what you think in the comments, here or on Soundcloud, that big orange monster.
Official Website: www.steponemusic.com
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The week has gone by and Moombahton Monday is upon us once again. With it just being the second week of 2015 the Moombahton sound has gone off with a bang. Go ahead press play or download the fire that is available for you here on this post. Make sure to give the producers featured here a click on their follow button on the cloud. See you next week for some more Moombah madness family.
First off we have the one they call Happy Colors………just press play!!
Kapo takes Troy Ave’s All About the Money and whips out this instant banger.
I came across Di Hell! and he had me at Moombahton.
Juke Ellington on his Moombahton game, and his game is strong! Shout out to Juke Ellington tho.
The Moombahton OG Madd OD prepared some 108 Toast for us all.
2Deep, Sucias, Plurgatti Boyz, 108 Boyz, Moombahton, Wood Class………..#MUEVELO
Machine Gun 808’s giving us a small preview to some Bigroombahton.
Bumb.Ay Dios Mio some Moombahcumbiaton!
Some Rasta feels with this new tune from Marco Villarroel.
Some Moombah vibes from Reid Stephan.
Some heavy Moombahton from Pixie Trace.
To some of you it may seem like Dancehall but to me it’s some sexy Moombah!
Moombahton INC. exclusive, some SMASHA for your ears.
Sounds of Riots & Reko’s take on Rawtek’s Bam Bam tune!
Tom Staar is a DJ and producer who’s fast on the rise. His productions and remixes have been staples in the sets of the world’s top DJ’s, and now you can catch him live on his North American Tour. Tom first gained the world’s attention for his remix of My Digital Enemy’s and Rob Marmot’s ‘African Drop’, which was quickly followed by massive remixes for Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, and Tommy Trash. His latest killer remix is of Dave Spoons’ ‘At night’ out on Toolroom.
His original productions such as ‘Trident’, ‘Cheyenne’, ‘Staars’, and now ‘Faces’ have astounded listeners around the globe, and brought many a dancefloor to it’s peak. Tom’s powerful and captivating DJ sets have billed him alongside a diverse range of global talents, such as Fatboy Slim, Deadmau5, Erol Alkan and Annie Mac. Now is your chance to experience him live.
You can catch Tom at one of his upcoming shows at:
November 29 – Avalon, Los Angeles, supporting Funkagenda
November 30 – Guvernment, Toronto
December 6 – Sound Bar, Chicago
December 7 – Foundation, Seattle, supporting Eric Prydz
His new single, the electro heavy ‘Faces’ is now available on Wolfgang Gartner’s Kindergarten Records.
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