Schlachthofbronx‘s second album is a head spinning slew of dancehall, cumbia, juke, jungle, hip-hop, 3ball and everything in between. As in their roof-raising live shows, Munich’s favourite global bass duo skit around from one genre to the next, endlessly melting tempos and rhythms with MCs and vocal slices. It is an album made for a hot, jupming dancefloor to be accompanied by plenty of airhorn.
Though there are some tunes which don’t quite hit the mark, you can’t deny the quality of tracks like the dancehall led “Dickie Riddim” featuring Warrior Queen “Juego” featuring Doubla J and even the off-kilter Andino-tech of “Apizaco”, a breath of fresh air in the sub-bass onslaught. Dirty Dancing is out via Disko B records and you can pick it up digitally HERE or physically HERE.