It’s been a hot minute since Brodinski dropped the ubiquitous ”Bad Runner” in 2007. Since then, the Parisian producer has delivered a slew of work via the likes of Southern Fried, Turbo and Night Slugs, while releasing via his own label Bromance in more recent times. Although his confidence in providing sturdy club tracks never disappoint, it’s Brodinski’s eclectic mixes which captivates the masses. Entitled Late Night Alternative, Brodinski again displays sonic fluency in showcasing palettes for enjoyment outside of the French electro/techno realm. Here, the Bromance label boss clocks in at a 50-minute blend of industrial techno, lo-fi bass, grime and trap – choosing to start the mix with recognizable electronic sounds from Daniel Avery and Kingdom, melding with spacier productions from Skream and Kaytranada, and ending with contemporary bumpers from French Montana and Drake.