Brodinski's Bromance Records Calls it Quits after 5 Years
It's been a tough week for music fans, with Boombox Cartel's disappearance on social media, Disclosure's hiatus, and now Brodinski's Bromance Records is calling it quits.
Founded by Louis Brodinski and his manager Manu Barron in 2011, Bromance Records has decided to call it quits after 5 years. Despite having organized 300 parties, putting out 50 releases and hosting a collective of artists including Gesaffelstein, Louisahhh, Monsieur Monsieur, and many more, Barron released a statement yesterday on Facebook detailing the incredible journey that Bromance Records enjoyed.
Part of what made Bromance such a successful story was the time we spent together, either at Savoir Faire during meetings, either in hotel rooms, kitchens, backstage or at the bar of a club, miles away from our home. Today, we all live in different parts of the world, and regarding what we said earlier, you’ll understand that Bromance can not be carried on through FaceTime or Skype.
So we’ll now try to make beautiful things again, to respect the legacy we left and no matter the distance and our new upcoming experiences, be sure we’re still sharing new ideas, remain united and will always be the first ones to give support to our friends’ new projects.
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Luckily, Bromance Records didn't leave without leaving a departing gift. Enjoy this mix celebrating the many happy memories and dance floor bangers from Bromance Records.
Born and bred with the Detroit techno scene, I pledge my allegiance to the underground.