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Bromance reveal Homieland Vol. 1 compilation



Bromance Records has announced the launch of its debut compilation series, Homieland.

“Homieland is an imaginary country with no boundaries,” says the press release, “a playground for BMC artists and friends. A land of free expression, without laws, rules or genres; released from the constraints of EP or album format. A place that brings us together around a common quest for a unique and innovative sound.” 

Roughly translated, this means Bromance are introducing an experimental new series, which through a combination of label regulars and outside artists, aims to push pioneering collaborations. Split across two discs, Homieland Vol. 1 offers 19-tracks of genre-spanning productions. Disc 1, entitled ‘Family’, presents work from the Bromance collective, including label boss Brodinski, Sam Tiba, Panteros666, Louisahhh!!!! and Maelstrom, whilst Disc 2, ‘Friends’, brings in outside artists such as Jimmy Edgar, Distal, Jon Convex and Suicideyear

“I’ve always loved collaborating with other people because I get bored too easily,” explains Brodinski. “When working together, my head is fed all the time, new ideas come flying from all directions. The more projects I’m involved in the better. With Bromance, I’m taking the feeling to the next level.”

Homieland Vol. 1 is set to drop November 24th; check out Guillaume Berg’s album minimix below for a taste of what’s in store.



01. GENER8ION – The New International Sound02. Brodinski ft. SD – Can’t Help Myself03. Louisahhh!!! & Maelstrom – Protection04. Pipes – Punish It05. Canblaster – Afterline06. Sam Tiba feat. Sad Andy – Au Revoir (rap remix)07. Illangelo feat. St. Bartes – In My Head08. Ateph Elidja – 8Trauma09. Panteros666 – Ho Erreur10. Myd – Uberty


01. Sex Schön vs Sam Amant – Psycho Bitch02. Jimmy Edgar – Frequency03. Andre VII – Holy Muerte04. Joefarr – Jetworks05. Para One & Myd – Brooklyn06. Jon Convex – New Scum07. Distal – Go, Bang!08. Richelle – Belee Dat09. Suicideyear – Don’t Worry



Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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