Bromance Records has closed its doors once and for all.
The Paris-based imprint, run by Brodinski and Manu Barron, has shut up shop this week, just months after celebrating the label's fifth anniversary with two back-to-back shows.
"We've been here together for five years, delivered about fifty releases, organized more than 300 parties, festivals and other events," the label wrote via SoundCloud.
"Today, Louis 'Brodinski' Rogé and I (Manu Barron)have decided, alongside the rest of our crew and staff, to put an end to the intense and exciting experience that was Bromance."
Bromance artist Louisahhh!!!! fronted DJ Mag's Women In Dance Music special last February — read it here.
Listen to the label's '5 Year's Of Bromance' mix below.
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