Afrocentric rock bands are a rare but beautiful thing. Living Colour, Bad Brains, Fishbone — these guys stepped boldly into the mostly white arena of punk and hardcore, bringing with them styles and genres as divergent as jazz, funk, and hip-hop. And history was made. These days there are more and more afro-rock bands, most notably Brooklyn indie darlings TV On The Radio. Game Rebellion hails from the BK too, but is intentionally more lowbrow. Case in point: “Dance Girl,” which combines gnarly synth rock and bombastic hip-hop while cheering on a dancer and her pole. It’s brazen and dirty, infected and infectious. Things get more political with “Blind,” a jagged rap-rocker with lyrics that can slice you open. “We’re zombies of debt, we’ve been buried alive,” spits lead MC, Netic. Whether Game Rebellion is shooting off scathing social commentary or lyrically tipping strippers, there’s never a dull moment.