For those of you who dig the Latin vibes infused with a little bass, and for those who need an excuse to get into it, Washington DC’s EMPRESARIOS have just what you’re looking for. We’ll start with a free download.

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The Empresarios released the Volume EP in early July on Fort Knox Recordings and went on to a summer filled with tour dates, festivals and pool parties. While the guys were busy spreading their “Tropicaliente” sounds far and wide, they enlisted four very talented producers to remix the Volume EP. The Volume Remixed EP is a full package put together by some of the world’s best remixers that covers a wide range of genres. Deep House and breaks, Digital Cumbia and downtempo are all here, combined with the warm, tropical vibes of the Empresarios.

Grab the EP, including instrumentals from beatport.

First up is Para Mis Amigos which was given to one of the UK’s premier funk and breaks production teams, Skeewiff, who turned Para Mis Amigos into a soulful, swinging slice of boogaloo breaks that is completely irresistible.

Longtime friend from Philadelphia, Rob Paine, put his signature Worship Recordings touch on Volume, creating a dubbed out, deep house floor burner.

Recent DC transplant from Mexico City, G-Flux is known as “Mr. Space Cumbia” and for good reason, his futuristic digital cumbia remix of Rompan Fila transforms the track entirely.

Rounding out the release is Estereolismo, remixed by Greek downtempo masters Auditors Domination who turn the instrumental track into a modern lounge classic.


Empresarios Links:

Empresarios on SoundCloud
Empresarios on facebook
Empresarios on twitter

Fort Knox Recordings Links:
Fort Knox Recordings on SoundCloud
Fort Knox Recordings on facebook
Fort Knox Recordings on twitter

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