Bromance & Friends At Grand Central For A French Invasion
Only eleven more days until Bromance Records returns for more WMC action, but this time Brodinski and the gang will take the bromancing to Grand Central. Savoir Faire and Lundi dis moi OUI have quite the lineup for us, featuring many of the label favorites, as well as special guests. Hope you’re ready because Miami’s about to get French as fuck.
We’ll be hearing from our favorite lady, Louisahhh!!!, who’s getting ready to release her Traces EP with Maelstrom in just a few days. Her dark techno vibes are bound to have you wrapped around her finger. When that happens, don’t fight it. Instead, just let yourself sink away into the mystery of the one they call Louisahhh!!!.
Leading the way will be label daddy, Brodinski. There’s no denying he’s always two steps ahead of those around him. Don’t be surprised when he slips some of that bass-throbbing hip-hop into his set.
Now, let’s talk about Gesaffelstein vs. The Hacker [swoon]. Gesaffelstein alone is enough to send chills up my spine, but throw in THE Hacker and the result will be nothing short of orgasmic. With Gesaffelstein’s recent debut LP Aleph and The Hacker’s equally as dark demise, these techno gods will bring you to your knees. Their imprint ZONE is always a go-to source for the craziest of techno.
One group that I’m personally on the edge of my seat for is Club Cheval. Comprised of Canblaster, Myd, Panteross666, and Sam Tiba, these guys deliver innovation, a fresh sound, and pure talent. Say hello to the future.
Para One and Surkin (the rarity of them playing in Miami alone is reason enough to see them) will also be in attendance alongside other friends of Bromance, all adding their own flare to the evening’s performances.
And, of course, there is Busy “Motherfuckin’” P. Founder and head honcho of the legendary Ed Banger Records and former manager of Daft Punk (you may have heard of them), Busy P will be, well, quite busy March 24 delivering one highly anticipated set.
What better way to kick off your week than with some Bromance love at Grand Central?
Tickets are still on sale. While you sit there trying to decide whether you should go or not, enjoy some of these convincing tunes.