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Release date
September 3rd 13





Since the release of Bromance #7 in December 2012 – his first solo EP on the label he co-founded with Manu Barron – Brodinski has been far from idle. He put on a monthly residency in BBC Radio 1 show ‘In New Dj We Trust’ ; offered high praised remixes of Woodkid, Laurent Garnier (with his fellow Gesaffelstein) and more recently Destructo and King L; released two hip-hop and rap influenced mixtapes respectively titled “Late Night Alternative” and “The Purple Ride”; and finally announced the extension of his record label on the American continent with the creation of Bromance US.

With Bromance #11, he keeps on tighting the knot between his musical references and artistic friendships, revealing Bromance direction for the months to come.
Brodinski’s first LP is due on early 2014 and the only thing you can expect is to be suprised!

Theophilus London

Known for his self-starting music trajectory, Theophilus London raised the bar with the release of his debut LP Timez Are Weird These Days on Warner Bros in 2011. Following a series of wildly popular independent mixtapes and the Lovers Holiday EP that landed him a performance on The Late Show with David Letterman, Timez Are Weird These Days arrived as Theophilus’ most fully realized work to date. Theophilus demonstrates his talent as a rapper and songwriter and his ability to surround himself with talented producers.

A formula he uses again for his upcoming album as he worked with Brodinski on several songs. A close collaboration that gave birth to another project: Bromance #11, enclosing both artists’ style and influences tocreateanEPonecoulddefineas”technnowithaflow”.

“Over the past 6 months, Louis and I have been working on multiple songs for my upcoming album.
Louis is very fun to write music with because he has a very deep routed european new school way of producing club music. Louis is one of my favorite club dj’s in this generation.
In the middle of working on my album, Louis and I worked on his song, for his single. He came to me with half of the production already done and I came up with the concept of ‘Give Me Back The Nights’. The concept means, give me back all the guilty, extravagant, lost nights..”

– Theophilus London about “Gimme Back The Night”

Helmi Charni