LowFreq MX shows again that Mexican Drum and Bass is wider than before. In this new volume of Mexico Drum and Bass we will get a map that guide us in the current instant of this genre in the country. If you walk to the south you could find the old and new Orthodoxy, producers who embrace old school techniques like Rainforest's breakbeat craftmanship, Bishop UPG classic synth leads and the retro soul of Babuino. If you we go east we find nice and smooth surprises; Viewer for example, is a young guy from Guanajuao region who admires the golden era of liquid funk. On the other hand we found two veterans; Hytec who is one of the finest mexican d'n'b makers and the international and LowFreq MX boss Isaac Maya appear in colaborative track that explores their soulful side. On the north side we walk over the more dancefloor aproach of another young producer: Painted Skies from Chiapas, in his LowFreq MX debut made a constant and uplifting track. In a great return we found a finest jump up oriented bye the dirties Nfunk and Dirtysoundboy. Later on west, we have the tendencies, a colab by 1OO1O and BCOTB explore the notorious and fresh footwork / jungle interzone. Exploring the big sound of stadium dance music we found Nanoo, who made a hybrid between drum and bass Sound and headbanging dubstep.