Schlachthofbronx conclude their Haul & Pull Up series with another strong statement of an EP. In their
trademark hybrid style, the Munich bass boys showcase their versatility from writing hypnotic and sensual
electronic melodies all the way to the ruffest club weapons. Keeping close to their roots, all of these tunes
have been extensively tested on big soundsystems to make sure they make a lasting impression.
The opener Electone is an instrumental excursion into a melodic corner of club music, with lots of intertwined
synth layers and a long build up, culminating in a break that will send shivers to ravers and home listeners
alike. This "club love song with no words" is named after the Yamaha Electone organ it was written on.
Following this is Take It Low, another true soundsystem weapon featuring longtime collabo partner Doubla J from Costa Rica. Stripped down to the basics, this bass monster combines both dancehall and booty bass rhythm structures and lets them collide with the well timed vocals while diving in some dubby goodness.
Pump Drop Wine ups the tempo again, coming in at 150 bpm of ultimate rolling bassline heaven. With little
more than the catchy meandering vocal to complement the beat, it is all about this disgustingly good
sounding bassline that makes this a club sureshot. "This is the part where you pump drop wine and repeat."
Always good for a surprising collabo, Bene and Jakob finish this EP off with their quite special version of
Bitch Better Have My Money (you know, the AMG one). With no other than Miamis finest
Otto Von Schirach on vocals, this 1991 cut gets transported to an 2017 club enviroment with ease.
The EP will be available digitally and on a limited edition 12" vinyl (full colour cover + banderole) via Rave
And Romance Records/Disko B/Indigo. It's the third EP in a series of three, leading up to an Haul & Pull Up
album in May 2017. With this, Schlachthofbronx will follow up their three previous original albums (2009s