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Bromance Records Calls it Quits

After 5 years, the label is closing up shop.

The French label has called it quits after 5 years of production. Bromance Records, crafted by Brodinski and Manu Barron, have announced that the label will cease releasing new work. 

With Brodinski taking on more hip-hop production based work, Gesaffelstein pulling away from his live series, club cheval signing with a major label, and Louisahhh and Maelstrom creating RAAR, this seems to be a relatively logical next step for the artists and the team behind the label. 

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The label was spearheaded by weird and fantastic music, including work from Sam  Tiba, Kaytranada, Brodinski, Gesaffelstein, Suicideyear, and more. Hits such as "Nobody Rules the Streets," Guxxi Vump's sole mixtape, and Canblaster, among others, were released through the label. 

The full statement alludes to a recent occurrence that led to the decision, but also celebrates the five beautiful years that the label shared together. Whatever the reasoning, we're sure to hear more projects from the artists individually soon. 

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