French producer Brodinski has been at the forefront of cutting edge techno for a few years now, and the record label he started with manager Manu Barron, Bromance Records, has already become one of the most recognizable tastemakers in the underground, with names like Gesaffelstein and Jacques Lu Cont highlighting their talented family. But Bromance isn’t your typical dance music label; as you can see with “Dance Like Machines” and “Hypnotize” off the latest Bromance EP 7, there’s something unique with every release. These two peak-time techno bangers are exactly what I was hoping for when I found out EARMILK was going to premiere the EP, surprisingly Brodinski’s first solo release on Bromance Records, as the first 3 were split EP releases with artists such as Club Cheval and Gesaffelstein.
This is Brodinski at his finest. Haunting synths layered over snare-filled percussion and select vocals that only Louis himself would dare throw into a project like this. Both tracks carry the weight of being club ready set standards, but which would you play out? I just can’t decide. Have a listen to the full release here before anyone else does and grab the EP on December 10th on Beatport.
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