Bromance #7 features debut solo EP from label boss Brodinski
From the moment that Brodinski and his manager Manu created their brainchild, Bromance Records, a new wave of French techno has been being forged by the likes of Gesaffelstein, Jacques Lu Cont, and a batch of other diverse acts. The label’s seventh release has been delegated to the boss man himself, and features a two-track EP entitled “Dance Like Machines” and “Hypnotize.”
As depicted in the artwork above, Brodinski proclaims the lead track on the EP “is the result of many hours spent in strip clubs,” adding that he’s “in love with those girls who give you pretty much everything by dancing.” “Hypnotize” is the more club-ready track, featuring bouncy acid techno making it out to be a bona fide dance floor pleaser. “Play it loud and you’ll see,” Brodinski demands.