MIMS Lists

SCHLACHTHOFBRONX presents “Our Favorite Set Closers”

To give you all a little preview of their upcoming appearance in Montreal, I had a little chat with the Schlatchofbronx boys from Germany. Instead of doing a proper “where are you from” “how did you start in music” type of interview, I decided to ask them to be part of the little MIMS Lists series.

They came up with a top 7 list of their favorite set closers. There are a few secret weapons in there no doubt. How nice of them to share!

March 25th in Montreal: SchlachthofBronx, Poirier & Lexis @ Karnival (Le Belmont)

1) Jimi Hendrix – All along the watchtower

Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower

@Schlachthofbronx: this just is the perfect last song when playin at a big festival. did this for the first time in roskilde, was one of our best shows last year.

2) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Tease me

Chaka Demus - Tease Me

@Schlachthofbronx: classic, still great tune. we also made an edit of it so we can play it out in our sets. baby girl!

3) Dj Assault – Ass N Tities

Dj Assautl - Ass N Tities

@Schlachthofbronx: another classic, we could go deep into analyzing the lyrics now, but lets just say it got a great vibe&attitude.

4) Busy Signal – I fucked your girl

@Schlachthofbronx: busy signal always nails it with his cover versions of big pop hits. this one is older but still got a great effect as a last song (only recommended when the show was reeeeally good!!!)

5) Lambchop – Is A Woman

Lambchop - Is A Woman

@Schlachthofbronx: dropping this at the end of a set early in the morning when the sun comes up… (make shure you play in a club with windows. no sunlight no lambchop…)

6) Norma Frazer – The First Cut Is The Deepest

Norma Frazer - The First Cut is the deepest

@Schlachthofbronx: this is just such a fantastic song. the whole studio one souljazz compilation is brilliant.

7) James Carr – Dark End of the Street

James Carr - Dark End of the street

@Schlachthofbronx: Classic.



Montreal-based DJ and the founder MusicIsMySanctuary.com (2007) and 24 Hours of Vinyl (2011).