Over the past two years, Buenos Aires-based collective Zizek has checked a few items off the to-do list. Promoted experimental cumbia into a dance-music watchword? Check. Taken its DJs and artists to the world’s biggest clubs and festivals? Check. And now, with its second genre-defining stable showcase, ZZK Records proves that the mash-up of cumbia, reggaeton, and baile funk isn’t just a trend, but a worldwide art form. Alongside a host of new Argentine artists, Vol. 2 includes Barcelona’s Meneo on the sublimely dark “La Licuadora,” Montreal’s Ghislain Poirier remixing Fauna to brilliant effect, and Californian Oro11’s ultra-heavy cumbia “Macumbiabass.” Even ZZK staple Douster checks in globally, remixing Chile’s Zonora Point to make “Huachita Rita” one of the anthems of the summer.