Toy believes that this, mixed in with biculturalism and bilingualism from both Mexicans in the US and Mexicans in Mexico, has given birth to a new generation were everything is legit: "Take the boys from 3ball for example, it's a generation composed of mash-ups. They bring in emo with say, nationalist ideals and dembow. Plus they have two realities: the cyber one composed of social media and then the real reality. All of this is in their brain. They are wired like that," he says.
When I ask him if he has abandoned the underground music scene and gone mainstream he smirks and says: "I am not afraid to go out there and find new sounds, discover interesting rhythms. Just like Diplo, him and I are a representation of contemporary music. We didn't go mainstream. Mainstream came to us."
James Eysenbach from Boston attempts -and fails- to play his mini harmonica after the party. When asked what he thought about Subsuelo he replies, "It's a different scene than what I'm used to..." He probably belongs more in an Abercrombie ad.