Jackal and Boombox Cartel connect on OWSLA for ‘Jamba’
Among the wave of bright new talents finding their footing in dance music’s ever-evolving market, Los Angeles-based up-and-comers Jackal and the Boombox Cartel duo stand out as they begin to garner noteworthy support from industry heavyweights. UK-native Jackal continues to define his heavy-handed trap and bass production style while Boombox Cartel keep fine-tuning their crisp brand of booming big room and electro house. Together the trio connect for “Jamba,” a groovy genre-blurring collaboration released today via OWSLA.
The tune meshes distorted patois vocal loops weaved into dance floor-ready tribal drum progressions, promising the best of both parties from the get-go. “Jamba” is an aggressive blend of dance hall-inspired sounds, jungle bass, and big room house, armed with a grimy, shuffling halftime second break. The joint effort reflects distinct additions by both Jackal and Boombox Cartel in different parts of the track, coming together to fit in perfectly with OWSLA’s diverse blend of releases.