1. Oj Da Juiceman Feat. Shanell - Caviar (00 : 00) 2. Young L - Martian Llap (1 : 57) 3. Nicki Minaj - Getting Paid (3 : 51) 4. 8 Ball & MJG Feat. Young Dro - Bring It Back (4 : 59) 5. Dorrough - Play My Game (6 : 10) 6. Yo Gotti - Women Lie, Men Lie (7 : 22) 7. Yung Joc Feat. Lil Wayne - Drip (8 : 45) 8. Candi Redd - Independent Bitches (Feat. Rasheeda & Kandi) (10 : 13) 9. Spodee - Don’t do it (11 : 46) 10. Deuce Poppi - Do It Again (12 : 46) 11. Big Sean - What u Doin (Bullshittin) (14 : 09) 12. The Dream - Hit it On The Road (16 : 31) 13. Brisco Feat. Lil Wayne - The Wall (17 : 54) 14. New Boyz Feat. Ya Boy - Rockin’ (20 : 31) 15. Lil Boosie Feat. Foxx & Webbie - Wipe Me Down (21 : 42) 16. Nipsey hussle - Here goes nothing (23 : 04) 17. Rich Boy Feat. Polow Da Don - Standing on a Couch(24 : 28) 18. California Swagg District - Teach Me How To Dougie (27 : 18) 19. Lady G - Poppin’ (Super Turnt Up) (29 : 35) 20. New era - Stop playin (31 : 10) 21. Young prince featuring young Sam - Lights, camera, action, jerk (32 : 16) 22. E-40 Feat. Gucci Mane - Whip It Up (33 : 14) 23. Snoop Dogg Feat. Kid Cudi - That Tree (35 : 22) 24. Ray J - Formal Invite (36 : 36) 25. Flip major - Flip (37 : 52) 26. Big Boi - Shutterbugg (38 : 47) 27. 8ball & MJG - Get Low (40 : 02) 28. Ciara Feat. Ludacris - High Price (41 : 37) 29. Shanell Feat. Mike Mean - Work That (43 : 59) 30. Tay Dizm Feat rick Ross - Beam Me Up (46 : 00) 31. Robin Thicke - Cocaine (47 : 53) 32. Omarion - Wet (50 : 00) 33. Ludacris Feat. Shawna & Dru Hill - Rollercoaster (51 : 44)
For Brodinski, music is a job. When he’s not playing out in clubs around the world (“plane, hotel, food, burning cd’s, play, hotel, plane, etc”) the young man from Reims is digging – digging for more tunes, secret weapons, future classics, and new inspirations… According to ‘Brodi’, he has the best job in the world.
“I’m a music junkie”, he states. “If I didn’t have music to listen to, I’d turn out into a real junkie and definitely would get in a lot of trouble!”
Trying to pinpoint the exact moment when Louis Rogé went from an aspiring ……… student posing as a weekend turntable warrior to being full time Brodinski, the freshest thing coming out of France since Pernod-on-the-rocks, is hard for the 23-year old.
“About three years ago I decided to drop everything else and go one year full throttle, just to see how far I could take this passion of mine.”
The world wide web and especially MySpace become his biggest allies, soon Brodinski’s musical prestige spreads like global wildfire. Clinging himself to a broadband connection like a dog to a new bone, the self-confessed ‘internet zombie’ manoeuvres himself into the ears and hearts of future fans and colleagues: “One important turning point came when Pedro Winter (aka Busy P, Ed Banger-head honcho and one-time Daft Punk-manager) gave a cd with two of my tracks to Stephen and David Dewaele from Soulwax/2manydjs. They were impressed, and eventually invited me to the very first edition of SoulwaX-mas in their hometown Ghent. It was a dream come true, I looked up to those guys - 2manydjs were my idols!”
From fan to peer in two easy steps, young Louis – still in his teens – hardly grasps to reality. “They still call me every year to wish me ‘a happy 16th birthday’”, he adds grinningly.
Brodinski’s first proper release comes in 2007 with Bad Runner, on Mental Groove. Support from the likes of Soulwax, Tiga, Erol Alkan, A-Trak, Switch and Laurent Garnier turn the peak time techno bomb into one the sleeper club hits of said year.
Hot on the heels of his debut EP, remix commissions start barraging the new kid on the block. Louis dabbles with selected output from Klaxons, DJ Mehdi, Das Pop, The Shoes, Buraka Som Sistema, Alphabeat and Mixhell, amongst a legion of others.
The momentum starts picking up speed fast now – a second EP, Oblivion on Turbo Recordings, follows suit. “Go Brodi, go!” say the boys from Radioclit. “Dope shit!” proclaim Crookers. “It zaps my brain!”, shouts Kanye’s tour-DJ A-Trak.
In the meantime, Louis secured a residency behind the decks of Social Club, Paris’ most revered night spot, and Bugged Out! commissions a mix for their acclaimed Suck My Deck-series; an excellent showcase of his broad taste and razor sharp technique.
Brodi’s newest endeavour is The Best Of Everything, a two-paged love letter to music delivered in the shape of a free mixtape. On side B, the natural born DJ delivers a hard-hitting techno set, showing of his finesse and seemingly effortless flexibility. On side A, however, we hear him furiously cutting and pasting between hip-hop and old school rap - this collaboration with his good friend DJ Orgasmic shows a different side of the so-called techno prodigy. “I love hip-hop, there’s so much good productions coming out, every day I discover something exciting.”
It’s not the first time Brodinski teams up with a pal. Peanuts Club was a joined effort with Noob on Turbo, with Mumdance he locked grooves for Eurostarr, released on Southern Fried. Together with producer Yuksek he forms The Krays, who’s We’re Ready When You Are (featuring Ebony Bones) was one of the first releases on the newly established Abracada imprint. “I don’t like to work alone”, confesses Louis. “I get bored too easily. 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! After all, this is my job…”