The latest Club NME night at London’s KOKO venue (on Nov 9th) featured performances from Brodinski, Gesaffelstein, Club Cheval and Monsieur Monsieur. Click through this gallery to see some photos from the event.
Paris-based techno producer Brodinski recently launched his own ‘Bromance’ label, along with his manager Manu Barron (and also CEO of Savoir Faire and Social Club Paris). The latest Club NME served as a Bromance Records showcase.
“I’ve always loved collaborating with other people, ‘cause I get bored too easily,” Brodinski said about his label. “When working together, my head gets 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 that feeling to the next level”.
Fans watch Brodinski perform a set at Club NME.
French trio Club Cheval also played to a packed KOKO at their sold-out Club NME show.
Club Cheval at Club NME. For more on Club NME, visit NME.COM/clubnme.
Club Cheval play a set at Club NME.
NME‘s photographer snaps a picture during Monsieur Monsieur’s set.
Want to catch more great live acts at Club NME? Visit koko.uk.com for all the latest listings.
This Friday (November 16th), Dexters are headlining Club NME, with support from Young Aviators.
The following week (November 23rd), Eyes On Film and Catfish will be hitting the KOKO stage.