Bromance #7

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Release date
December 10th 2012

Ever since young Louis Rogé decided to flunk university and turn Brodinski into a full time operation, it was his passion for unearthing and creating exciting new tunes that drove him forward. No surprise then, when Brodinski unveils his newest enterprise, it turns out to be another amorously inspired scheme: the aptly named Bromance is a music label devoted to ‘people we love’, according to its main creator in unison with his associate, Manu Barron.

Brodinski means serious business with his new venture. ‘I realise the record label business is in a messy state right now. But I want to build something solid, something that people won’t give up on after two weeks. I’ve got a lot of passion to pour into this thing’.
And the least we can say is that Bromance has not been short of work since its creation in November 2011 ! The record label has already released six original EP, remixes for Lana Del Rey and Evil Nine, in addition to many more collaborations and productions from the Bromance artists.

You can expect 2013 to be even more full of surprises.

After three collab EP that brought to light his bromance relationships, it’s time for Brodinski to make you feel the love. For dance music of course.
Bromance#7 is all about attraction : for these hypnotic beats that make you dance till dawn,for those girls you can’t help but watch dancing in the club.

« Dance Like Machines » is inspired by lapdance & strippers, as Brodi explains, this track is the result of many hours spent in the strip club. Faber Yayo saying that we pretty much dance like machines, I’m in love with those girls who give you pretty much everything by dancing. Everlasting dreams.

« Hypnotize », caus’ l like the way she dances . Techno still running through my blood, it’s definitely a proper club track, with a little bit of acid for the win. Nothing else. Play it loud and you’ll see, Brodinski suggests.

Jonny Negron