The music of Schlachtofbronx is probably the least pure music you could think of. Mixing up everything from juke to ghetto tec, baile funk, cumbia, crunk, polka, dancehall and footwork in their energetic sounds, Schlachthofbronx´ block rocking style is super hybrid and by nature against any kind of purity. When it comes to beer however, Schlachthofbronx take a different position as they now prove with their latest release: the Schlachthofbronx beer. By rules of the German purity law – which allows breweries to produce beer only of water, barely and hops – the Schlachthofbronx beer is 100% pure and a very tasty, pale ale, brewed in Munich, the world capitol of beer. Having already released various original merch items such as the Schlachthofbronx vuvuzela, the Schlachthofbronx air horn and the “Rave And Romance” lighters amongst others, it seems only logical for the Bavarian DJ and producer duo to step up to the next level of merch and create their own brew brand. If you make it to one of the Munich shows, make sure to taste it. Or order it directly from the Schlachthofbronx shop. Prost!
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Schlachthofbronx are from Munich and what better could there be to have them to play live in a huge beer tent at Munich´s Oktoberfest? Watch them play Kraftwerk´s “Model” alongside G.Rag and the Landlergeschwister live. Bavarian bass meets Düsseldorf modernism on the Wies´n – that´s how we like it!!
Schlachthofbronx, the mighty Bavarian bulldozers, launch their second album “Dirty Dancing” today on Disko B. The album´s title puts it on point: Here´s the perfect soundtrack for all things butt grinding, with belly drenching bass punches to ukulele melodies, from Cumbia licks to songs that would make a perfect soundtrack for surfing. As figureheads of the Tropical/Global Bass scene they´re opening up for an even more hybrid approach to music making. “Dirty Dancing” sounds how music should sound in 2012 and beyond.
Hear the album here and buy it on all major online platforms, or the CD, limited double vinyl and 7″ directly at the Schlachthofbronx online shop.
Check their interview with the Bayerische Rundfunk (Bavarian broadcast company) here (sorry, in German only):
Tim Turbo, who just celebrated the 50th volume of his acclaimed “Tim Turbo Thursday´s” podcast has terminated his podcast and now moved media – from podcast to club – with a new monthly club night in Munich. Come down to the debut tonight of “Tim Turbo Thursday” at the “Neue Münchner Hypestadl” Crux Club, with the man Tim Turbo and myself on the decks. TTT y´all – Bavaria is getting hotter!