With only four days left until mutually assumed destruction, artists across the board are trying to put out their last few contributions (before it's too late). Cue: French beatmaster and Bromance label head Louis Brodinski, who has stepped up to the plate with Bromance #7, a technopus of Singularity-heralding headbangers. The premiere track, "Dance Like Machines," is a four-minute exploration into transhuman forwardness by way of broken chords and Canblaster-esque wailing. Check out the video premiere here, which features just enough robot strippers to shake your remote control at. As Brodi explains, "this track is the result of many hours spent in strip clubs and Faber Yayo saying that we pretty much dance like machines. I’m in love with those girls who give you pretty much everything by dancing. Everlasting dreams."
Want to know who pulls more ladies, Brodinski or Gesaffelstein? Check out Emerson's Brodinski interview from a few months back.
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