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11 Jun 12
Review: Hitting you with something super fresh with the third EP instalment from man of the moment Brodinski's own Bromance Records. Taking in elements from a wide spectrum of electronic music, including breaks, house, electro, and progressive, Club Cheval kicks it off with the ravey 'Now You Realize' that carries plenty of crazy twists, cheer inducing drops, and some wicked broken beat fills. On the flip the label boss takes to the reigns for the more 4/4 prog roller 'Nobody Rules The Streets'. This is the one to dig out in your house and progressive sets to add a real cool dynamic, just as effective for getting the party started as it will be for throwing a curveball. Stand out from the pack with these two!
20 Aug 12
21 Nov 11
Review: Hot on the heels of his first Fabriclive mix release, French bass titan Brodinski notches up his label's first release with this split single featuring one of 2011's biggest breakthrough techno artists, Gesaffelstein. Similar to his huge releases for Turbo, Gesaffelstein keeps an incredible tightness and power in his beats ,which this time carry an enormous reverbed ghost vocal which is chopped, stuttered, reversed and messed with in about a thousand incredible ways in just over five minutes. Brodinski also plays on a straight-up tech tip too with the smooth yet hugely addictive "Let The Beat Control Your Body", which benefits from some commanding looped vocals from Louisahhh.
24 Sep 12
Review: Brodinski and Manu Barron's stupendously cool Bromance imprint gets even cooler with a rare banger from Jacques Lu Cont. Now found behind the controls for the likes of Madonna, Jacques shows he still harbours the dancefloor brute with the happy-slapping jack attack "In The Night". Loaded with wallet-tight 808 percussion and acid house sensibilities, it's like he never went away. Monsieur Monsieur's "Arym" is equally as effective thanks to its epic build and well weighted drop. Two absolute electro smashers: if you're not feeling the Bromance, you probably don't have a heart.
22 Apr 13
Played by: Eric Sharp
Review: It sounds like Louisahhh enjoys operating at the outer limits of house. "Tap My Wire" is a dark, bassy groove, littered with spacey chords and out there vocals littered throughout the arrangement. It's seductive but also just a little bit chilling and uneasy. There's a similar feeling on "In My Veins". It too features a female vocal, but the mood is almost tortured as the unnamed vocalist comes up with the assertion that "it's just the night under my skin/ it's just the night in my face". Set to a throbbing bass and acidic pulses, it's hard not to feel that the night has indeed invaded her soul.
04 Mar 13
Played by: Diplo, Juno Recommends Progressive House, Aka Tell (A.g.trio), Tocacabana, Wednesday The Rat, Veit B
Review: French electro goes one of two ways - super sexy Daft Punk/Breakbot style. Or all-out teeth-baring Surkin/French Fries style. Panteros666 is definitely in the latter category. And they're not teeth; they're fangs! Whether you're being battered into submission by the tonked-up Picotto-flavoured drama of the twisted "Euroshima", or you're being felt up by the grabby mechanical hands of "Snaredrum Warfare" or you're grabbing the white gloves and glo-sticks from the 1990s treasure chest, this adds a whole new dimension to the reassuringly expansive French electro scene.