Many of you know about Che Guevara. Thanks to the movies & Books, people also know about his road trip through South America to see with his own eyes the way the continent behaves in reality.
A lesser known story was his Bolivian fight; which ultimately ended with Che’s death. And somehow, it may be the only reference people have about Bolivia.
Very few blogs from the Latino continent, and even less Global Bass/EDM/nu-world music outside the Spanish language have covered the actual underground scene of Bolivia.
We decided to explore further, to go deeper, and actually unveil a brand new and exclusive Release from the Bolivian Bass Scene.
In order to do that, we had to set up again a project called: Ruta Panamericana del sonido.
The trip which started a-la Che Guevara, is not political oriented, but it does have a very political intention: trying to unveil the Urban Culture and Music from each country “La Panamericana” crosses by.
Having in Mind that Bolivian Music is perhaps one of the lesser known scenes from South America, we needed to make a strong alliance with Oi Mas Bass, who are perhaps the strongest Bass Collective from La Paz.
If Che Guevara died in Bolivia, these rebels are trying to make sure Bolivia doesn’t get behind in the collective mind of the Empire in terms of sounds.
The final result is exactly what the Bolivian Bass scene sounds like. A perfect blend between Andean roots, and Modern Bass. From Digital Cumbia, to Moombahton, to Bashment, or Cumbiathon; Bass en la Alturas is just the perfect example of the modern music played in the under Bolivian Scenes.
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