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Podcast 131: Schlachthofbronx

Anyone who follows the XLR8R website knows that we've been digging the sounds of Schlachthofbronx for awhile now, but after hearing our editor Ken Taylor blast their 13-minute Belly Full of Pills mix approximately 400 times in our office, commissioning another mix from the bass-loving Bavarian outfit was a real no-brainer. Thankfully—both for the sake of XLR8R readers and our collective office sanity—the boys have delivered a sweltering, rapid-fire podcast that nimbly bounces between styles and continents. Packed with a litany of unreleased tracks, including many produced and/or remixed by Schlachthofbronx themselves, the mix dabbles in dancehall, cumbia, baile funk, mambo, kwaito, techno, and more, although all the music is united by a dancefloor-friendly spirit and a heavy dose of speaker-bumping low end. It's like the most fun music ethnography lesson you've ever had.

01 Schlachthofbronx feat. Slush Puppy Kids "Nasty Bass"
02 Sonido del Principe "Pesebre"
03 Douster feat. Aidonia "Uucko Thight"
04 Discotrashmusic feat. Spoek Mathambo & Bigspace "Bumpercars (Schlachthofbronx Remix)" (Absolut Freak)
05 Boemklatsch "Reflex (Schlachthofbronx Remix)" (Bmkltsch)
06 Sticky "Jack It Up"
07 Schlachthofbronx feat. Slush Puppy Kids "Belly Full of Pills" (Disko B)
08 Die Vögel "Petardo" (Pampa)
09 Unknown "Unknown"
10 Schlachthofbronx "We Run This" (Disko B)
11 Hoodie "Dirty Maluku Style" (Made2dance)
12 South Rakkas Crew feat. Capleton "Bun Up 3000 (Schlachthofbronx Remix)" (Mad Decent)
13 Zebra Baby "+1 (Schlachthofbronx Remix)" (Itd)
14 Unknown "Unknown"
15 Claude Von Stroke "Vocal Chords (Schlachthofbronx Edit)"
16 Schlachthofbronx feat. MC Gringo & MC Nem "Foc Me Baby" (Man)
17 Busy Signal "Black Belt (Schlachthofbronx Edit)"
18 Moreno Negron "Chicorizo"
19 Miss Thing & Psycho Tanbad "Bonify" (Mixpak)

9 comments Schlachthofbronx

Tim Saputo Wrote

Thu, 04/08/2010 - 10:50

So does this mean Ken has finally stopped blasting Snow in the SF office?

Anonymous (not verified) Wrote

Thu, 04/08/2010 - 18:20

I notice many production techniques that mirror Major Lazer's album. I like it - that's how genres grow and progress.

Anonymous (not verified) Wrote

Fri, 04/09/2010 - 01:20

i feel like i've been in such deep need of new sounds that i actually can't believe on how many levels this mix is amazing me.. the vocal chords edit is mind blowing.

sonido del principe (not verified) Wrote

Fri, 04/09/2010 - 01:29

LOTS of SDP cuts for free right here, including "PESEBRE":


Scotty (not verified) Wrote

Fri, 04/09/2010 - 09:52

Ticks every box, to quote an old mixmag cd "instant party just add people"

Anonymous (not verified) Wrote

Wed, 04/14/2010 - 06:43


NOA (not verified) Wrote

Thu, 04/15/2010 - 03:49

How can i download in mp3? Pleeeeaasee I can´t do it (I need help and my english is too bad)

Anonymous (not verified) Wrote

Thu, 04/15/2010 - 05:43


just right-click "download mp3" and click "safe as"

NOA (not verified) Wrote

Thu, 04/15/2010 - 17:11

Thank you but I did it, and now I have an archive with 34,8 Kb

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